Here are the Chinese trends investors are betting money on so far in 2022

Factory in Suqian, Jiangsu Province, China, on May 9, 2022. Publishing in the future | Publishing in the future | Getty Images BEIJING – By the numbers, China’s manufacturing firms got the most investment deals in the first half of the year out of 37 sectors tracked by Qimingpian’s business database. In fact, the number … Read more

Why wealth managers are willing to participate in artificial intelligence to change the industry

Artificial intelligence has the potential to change financial services forever. And now more than ever, advisors appear ready to move at a steady pace with the transformation. Attitudes, opportunities, and barriers to AI in wealth management have been the focus of recently published research from a consulting firm. Accenture. they “Artificial Intelligence in Wealth Management” … Read more

Wealthy customers will help Apple resist the effects of inflation

An employee arranges Apple iPhones as a customer store in an Apple Store. Mike Cigar | Reuters The last time apple Faced with such an inflationary environment, it had been a public company for less than a year and its best-selling product was the Apple II home computer. In May , Annual inflation rate In … Read more

Despite recession fears, companies are not slowing down AI and cloud spending

data center. Eric Isaacson | Digital Vision | Getty Images The chances of a recession are still debated, and inflation appears to be stubbornly high for at least the rest of this year, but when it comes to corporate tech spending, it’s running in full force. A new CNBC Technology Executive Board survey shows that … Read more

Robots push American co-workers to substance abuse, mental health issues

Newswise – Automation is improving the industry, but it’s bad for the mental health of its fellow humans. A University of Pittsburgh study notes that while American workers who work alongside industrial robots are less likely to be physically injured, they are more likely to suffer adverse mental health effects — and even more likely … Read more

US stocks rise as Powell sees a path back to 2% inflation while keeping the labor market strong

US stock indexes rose after a volatile start on Wednesday, leaving Wall Street likely to gain after consecutive losses, as investors turn to central bankers’ comments while fearing high inflation is hurting the world’s largest economy. How are stock indices traded? Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA up 196 points, or 0.6%, at 31,143 points. S&P … Read more

Neon White wouldn’t be “terrible” without robot girl music

screenshot: Angel Matrix neon whitefast laser Something a first-person shooterUnfolding in heaven where angels threaten to blow up your face and experimental musical outfit, Machine Girl hacks your missteps with saturated pulses. With its flashy visuals – turquoise waters, cold-blooded girls with rainbow hair, and buildings molded from pure porcelain – the game inspires you … Read more

The ugly truth about online pharmacies

You are tired of spending a lot of money on prescription drugs, and you are perusing some very professional looking websites of online drugstores. Buildings and promises are tempting. Save money, free shipping, no prescriptions required, no need to visit a doctor. Except, if you don’t know what to look for, it’s very possible to … Read more

It’s still very hot, despite the sporadic layoffs

A “We’re hiring!” A banner is displayed at Starbucks Mario Tama | Getty Images News | Getty Images Last week, Coinbase Senior Product Manager David Hong Wrote On LinkedIn, he said he was up at 4 a.m. to prepare for a meeting when his MacBook suddenly shut down. It was later discovered that he was … Read more

Think carefully before you trade in your old smartphone or tablet – you can make more money “recycling” on resale sites

When it comes to the old personal technology found throughout the home — from smartphones to tablets to game consoles — many people may not realize how much value is left in their devices. Keeping tech out of landfills or just collecting dust in the back of the closet by exploring resale sites that match … Read more