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Business Standard India
Barclays sensors to see which bankers are at their desksManagers were peppered with queries when investment bank staff in London discov
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
Managers were peppered with queries when investment bank staff in London discovered black boxes stuck to the underside of their desks in recent months, according to several Barclays employees who asked not to be identified speaking about their... Read more
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Mashable
Barclays put in sensors to see which bankers are at their desksImage: Shutterstock / LightField Studios Barclays has installed devices that t
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Image: Shutterstock / LightField Studios Barclays has installed devices that track how often bankers are at their desks. Managers were peppered with queries when investment bank staff in London discovered black boxes stuck to the underside of their... Read more
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The Star
Thursday, August 17for halting interest rate hikes until it was clear the trend was transitory, ac
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
for halting interest rate hikes until it was clear the trend was transitory, according to the minutes of the US central bank's last policy meeting. The readout of the July 25-26 meeting also indicated the Fed was poised to begin reducing its... Read more
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Zero Hedge
LBMA London Gold Vault holdings - How Low Can You Go?is how much of the 7449 tonnes of gold stored in London as of the end of March
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 days ago
is how much of the 7449 tonnes of gold stored in London as of the end of March 2017 is owned or controlled by bullion banks. Or more specifically, what is the total level of LBMA bullion bank unallocated gold liabilities in the London market... Read more
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Business Standard India
China bets big on artificial intelligenceof national security.” “The positive economic ripples could be pretty substant
Business Standard India / Posted 28 days ago
of national security.” “The positive economic ripples could be pretty substantial,” said Kevin Lau, a senior economist at Standard Chartered Bank in Hong Kong. “The simple fact that China is embracing AI and having explicit targets for its... Read more

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