A UBS survey of senior executives across the UK and Europe found more leaders want to get staff back in the office full-time.
A UBS survey of UK and European senior leaders found a rising proportion want to get staff back to the office full-time.
AdThanks to the rising popularity of EV's, the demand for Lithium is skyrocketing. Analysts agree that in 2021 Lithium Stocks will have significant.....AFP NewsPresident Vladimir Putin's United Russia party will hold its congress Saturday ahead of September parliamentary elections that come amid a sweeping crackdown on the beleaguered opposition.
28 minutes agoThe U.N calls for halt of weapons to MyanmarThe United Nations called for a halt of weapons to Myanmar on Friday.U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the military to respect November election results and to release political detainees, including leader Aung San Suu Kyi.The military has called the election a fraud, despite international observers saying the ballot was fair.Four months since the military seized power in a coup on February 1, the U.N General Assembly adopted a resolution - after watering down an initial draft with stronger language calling for an arms embargo.Nine Southeast Asian countries called for the language to be removed.Instead they agreed on calling on member states to quote "prevent the flow of arms into Myanmar."Myanmar's U.N Ambassador Kyaw Moe Tun said the decision was long overdue:"We are so disappointed that it took almost three months to adopt this watered down resolution even though it does not include many important points, to save lives of the people in Myanmar."The U.N. special envoy on Myanmar also warned that "the opportunity to reverse the military takeover is narrowing" and the risk of a large-scale civil war.The junta's forces have killed more than 860 people since the coup, according to the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners.
32 minutes agoIran's sole moderate presidential candidate congratulates Raisi for his victory - state mediaDUBAI (Reuters) -Iran's moderate presidential candidate congratulated his hardline rival hardline judge Ebrahim Raisi for winning the election, Iranian state media reported on Saturday, as the interior ministry said counting of the votes continued. Millions of Iranians voted on Friday in a contest that has been expected to hand the presidency to Raisi, a hardline judge who is subject to U.S. sanctions for alleged human rights abuses, including overseeing the executions of thousands of political prisoners in 1988. "I hope your administration, under the leadership of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, will make the Islamic Republic proud, improve livelihood and ensure the nation's well-being and welfare," said former central bank chief Abdolnasser Hemmati in a letter, media said. headtopics.comRead more: Yahoo Singapore »
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More people view crypto assets as acceptable investment, says UK watchdogMore people see crypto assets as a mainstream investment rather than a 'gamble' as ownership of bitcoin and similar crypto currencies has risen to 2.3 millon adults in Britain this year, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday. But people increasingly see crypto assets as a potential investment, even though the level of understanding of the sector is declining, the FCA said in its fourth study into crypto assets ownership. The number of UK adults owning crypto assets has risen quickly from 1.9 million in 2020, the FCA said, adding that the number of people who view them as a gamble fell to 38% from 47% over the same period.
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