June 12, 2021
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Monthly Archives: June 2021

Republicans on Finance Committee call for investigation into massive, illegal IRS data breach

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June 11, 2021 Republicans on the U.S. Senate Finance Committee are calling for an investigation into the apparent massive leak of more than 15 years of taxpayer-protected personal information from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to media ProPublica. In a letter to the Inspector General of the Treasury for Tax Administration (TIGTA), the senators... Read More

Binance app: Details, features, payments in 2021

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dbx 700 digital audio processor

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As ALF would say, “There’s more than one way to cook a cat.” We have been so overwhelmed by Pulse Linear Code Modulation (PCM) recording that we forget that there are other ways to go from analog to digital. One of them is delta modulation. The Greek delta (which in its uppercase, uppercase form... Read More

CFD Trading Australia Market Outlook 2021

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STOCKHOLM, June 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Online CFD Trading in Australia has grown similarly to many other online services in 2020, bringing convenience and accessibility to retail merchants. The number of active traders increased by 20% year on year to 710,000 and the trading volume increased by around 100% in the first... Read More

The Central Bank and Climate Change Mitigation, By Ehireme Uddin

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Unlike advanced economies where central bank mandates are aimed at ensuring price stability, developing economies tend to have a broader mandate, including supporting the government’s economic policy agenda and its development efforts. Thus, they have more latitude to fight against climate change as it directly affects and interferes with their development efforts. As part... Read More