Latest news updates: US job openings fall for first time this year while hiring slows
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Latest news updates: US job openings fall for first time this year while hiring slows

The return to varsities and places of work boosted UK social spending in September, in keeping with card transaction information that present the strongest indicators of normalisation of client habits for the reason that begin of the pandemic. Spending on leisure rose 28 per cent final month in contrast with the identical interval in 2019, …

Blockchain.com launches cryptocurrency exchange in North Dakota
Cryptocurrency exchanges

Blockchain.com launches cryptocurrency exchange in North Dakota

Created in 2011, Blockchain.com announced Thursday, Oct. 6, that it has opened its custodial and brokerage product availability to the Peace Garden State, aiming to bring cryptocurrency access and employment to the Midwest. In recent weeks, Blockchain.com launched in Florida, Oklahoma and Iowa in addition to roll-outs in Alaska, Delaware, Illinois, Oregon, New Hampshire and…

What’s going on with Binance? The low-down on the drama-ridden crypto exchange
Cryptocurrency exchanges

What’s going on with Binance? The low-down on the drama-ridden crypto exchange

Thanks to a wave of disgruntled customers and enthusiastic regulators, Binance has been garnering all the wrong types of attention over the past 24 months. Bloomberg reported in March that the firm was under investigation by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission, with the regulator seeking to determine whether cryptocurrency derivatives were bought and sold by US citizens on the Binance platform. This was followed by another report in May that the US Justice Department and IRS were also investigating the Group.

Judge: House entitled to some of Trump’s financial records
USA finance

Judge: House entitled to some of Trump’s financial records

WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats who have spent years investigating Donald Trump are entitled to some of the former president’s financial records, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. The ruling from U.S. District Judge Amit Mehta in Washington empowering Congress to have the records is the latest development in years-long legal and political skirmishes over access […]