Day: October 5, 2020

Tesla (TSLA) bear raises price target after record quarter to $75

By Joey Klender Posted on October 5, 2020 Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) bear Ryan Brinkman of J.P. Morgan is a long-time bear of the electric automaker. However, Tesla has recently released a few positive notes that convinced Brinkman to raise his price target by $10 from $65 to $75. The new outlook sits 83% below TSLA’s …

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Doctors still evasive on Trump’s health as he leaves hospital

Enlarge / A car with US President Trump drives past supporters in a motorcade outside of Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on October 4, 2020. Getty | Alex Edelman After being hospitalized several days for a coronavirus infection and receiving two experimental treatments, supplemental oxygen, and a steroid drug used only for the …

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Blockchain Bites: Ethereum’s Economy, Estonia’s CBDC Research, Coinbase’s Severances

CoinDesk is preparing for invest: ethereum economy with a special series of newsletters focused on Ethereum’s past, present and future. Every day until the event, the team behind Blockchain Bites will dive into an aspect of Ethereum that excites or confuses them. The Top Shelf news you subscribed to is down below.  Now a few words from CoinDesk’s Managing Director of …

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Instagram starts labeling ‘state-controlled media’ accounts and posts

Wachiwit via Getty Images Over the last week, Instagram has started labeling state-backed media, following through on a policy the company’s parent Facebook announced last October and started implementing on its own social media network this past June.  The labels were first spotted by journalist Casey Michel. Users in the US will see them appear …

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Lagging Bitcoin futures premium shows BitMEX is losing investor trust

For BitMEX, 2020 has been quite a rough year and from the look of things it’s only set to get worse.  The popular derivatives exchange is no longer as relevant and impactful on crypto market price action as it was 2 years ago, but a significant short-term price correlation among top exchanges has been proven …

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Tenet: That ending explained and all your questions answered – CNET

Tenet is out now in the US and UK. Don’t forget your mask. Warner Bros. So you’ve watched Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s new sci-fi-spy film. Your mind has been suitably blown by the visually stunning action, cool wardrobe and the plot that rewinds backwards and forward through time. Tenet has made $150 million at the box …

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Slack has been having performance issues today

You’re not imagining it: Slack has been acting up all day. Per an official statement: “Users are experiencing degraded performance across devices and may be unable to connect.” The outage seems to be affecting all services across the platform. The problems have been happening since 10AM ET, and Slack has been sharing updates over on …

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United Nations To Conduct Annual ‘Global Youth Takeover’ Event Live In VR

Attendees will hear from global influencers before catching a live performance by Pitbull. VR Education’s virtual education and training platform ENGAGE has been selected by the United Nations to host the organizations annual ‘Global Youth Takeover’ later this month, marking the first time the youth-focused event has been conducted in VR. On October 24th, attendees …

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Are Central Bank Coins the End of Financial Privacy?

As the European Union gets more serious about a digital euro, most central bank digital currencies intend to remove the anonymity of cash. Our main discussion: central bank coins and financial privacy. The EU recently released a new research paper on a possible digital euro. Like many other official central bank reports, it assumes there …

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