2) London, Europe’s leading European technology center in resolving capital crisis: London-based technology companies have fired Kovid over the past 12 months to attract বিনিয়োগ 12.5 billion in investment: more than France and Germany combined.
3) Hitachi Richard Branson has given millions of ours to the Hyperloop rival: Hitachi will invest a few million pounds as a rival to Sir Richard Branson’s Hyperloop, which will travel at a speed of 76060 miles per hour.
4) Companies turn virtual yoga and attitudes into combat mental health: The epidemic is creating a mental health crisis among long-time isolated workers: this is how employers are reacting.
5) Uber has stopped developing driverless cars because technology has stopped selling: Uber has scrapped plans to build its own driverless car and sold the technology to developers in the United States after repeated crashes.
What happened overnight
Asian stocks came under pressure on Tuesday as investors struggled to balance balancing concerns over further economic stimulus and vaccine concerns over the acute Covid-19 infection.
A As the mixed Asian Open similarly closed at the top of the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite record following the mixed Wall Street session, investors are leaning towards shares of mega-cap growth, while the other two major U.S. indices have declined.
Outside of Japan, the broader MSCI index of Asia-Pacific shares fell 0.25 pc. Australia’s S&P / ASX rose 0.23 pcs in 2002 as gold miners rallied on strong bullet prices, although overnight declines in oil prices boosted gains due to losses in fuel stocks.
Japan’s Nikkei has reduced its losses from early trade by 225, down 0.2 pcs, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said. Revealing tr trillion yen ($ 06 billion) signaled his determination to get the country out of the coronavirus crisis-induced recession.
Chinese blue-chips fell 0.2 pcs to Hong Kong’s Hang Seng 0.62 pcs.
Corporate: Eighth (Interim results); Ferguson (Business statement)
Economy: BRC Retail Sales Monitor (UK); Q3 GDP final lesson (Eurozone); ZWU survey (Germany); Non-agricultural productivity (US)