YUSD Stablecoin (YUSD) traded 0.6% lower against the U.S. dollar during the 1-day period ending at 0:00 AM Eastern on November 29th. In the last seven days, YUSD Stablecoin has traded down 0.4% against the U.S. dollar. One YUSD Stablecoin token can currently be purchased for $1.00 or 0.00005937 BTC on major exchanges. YUSD Stablecoin has a total market cap of $218.89 million and approximately $200.39 worth of YUSD Stablecoin was traded on exchanges in the last 24 hours.
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Reserve Bank Governor Philip Lowe has apologised to Australians for giving them unclear guidance that led to hundreds of thousands taking out big mortgages in the expectation that interest rates would stay low until 2024.
Think long and hard about what you ‘re going to do with the frame. It took a draw of thinking to make certain that my human body chop was going to work. In the end, it worked out OK.
mental picture 1 shows the frame of reference before chopping ( it ‘s top down on the bench )
The skeleton was chopped to that the bottom bracket shell was towards the front of the bicycle. We ‘ll be stretching the ensnare.
picture 2 shows the frame after the chop ! There ‘s no going back nowadays ! I decided I wanted to keep the match top tubes as they ‘re such a great have, so I cut them as near to the rear hub as possible.
SHENZHEN — Growing up in a Chinese village, Julian Zhu only saw his father a few times a year when he returned for holidays from his exhausting job in a textile mill in southern Guangdong province.
For his father’s generation, factory work was a lifeline out of rural poverty. For Mr. Zhu, and millions of other younger Chinese, the low pay, long hours of drudgery and the risk of injuries are no longer sacrifices worth making.
(Bloomberg) — For investors looking for a dip-buying opportunity in the global chip industry, Berkshire Hathaway Inc. may have a recommendation: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
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Warren Buffett’s conglomerate picked up a $5 billion stake in the firm in the recent quarter amid a rout that wiped out over $250 billion from the stock. It hasn’t commented publicly on the deal but market watchers attribute the purchase to TSMC’s cheap valuations, technology leadership and solid fundamentals.
Pursuing a degree in nursing can mean accruing a significant amount of debt, whether it’s student loans, credit cards, or otherwise. Choosing which debts to pay first and how quickly to pay them off, while staying within a budget, can require some strategy and planning. To help, here are four ways nurses can prioritize paying off their debts and take control of their finances.
Refinance student loans
The spectacular collapse of Deliveroo in Australia this week may have been a shock for customers and drivers, but the writing was on the wall for the company – which had already quit Germany and Spain, associate professor at the University of Sydney Business School, Angela Knox, said.
“Australia has a much smaller population than other countries where Deliveroo has withdrawn, so I’m not surprised that … they’ve made that decision,” Dr Knox said.
Despite market turbulence that ate into retirement account balances and left workers feeling worse about their finances, the majority of retirement savers kept their contributions steady and Generation Z savers actually hiked their contribution rates, new data from Fidelity Investments showed.
Although average account balances have decreased, the data suggested retirement savers continued to focus on the long-term: total 401(k) savings rates held strong, the number of IRAs at Fidelity continued to increase, and the percentage of employees with 401(k) loans remained low for a sixth consecutive quarter, the firm found.
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