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UK technology developer ITM Power has signed an agreement with energy firm Shell to develop the world's largest hydrogen electrolysis plant in Germany.  The energy storage and clean fuel company will build the plant at Rhineland refinery, Germany to provide peak capacity of 10 megawatts. The hydrogen will be used to process...
The price of gold has reached a four month record - reaching US$1,333.10 a troy ounce - as the US dollar dropped The price rose for the third session in a row, with spot gold climbing to US$1,332.52 per troy ounce. "There is a lot of doubt on how long prices...
Stock markets reached a record high on Monday, driven by investor confidence in the global technology sector and reassurance in Spanish markets as concerns over over Catalan secession recede. The MSCI world equity index which tracks shares in 47 countries, rose 0.2 percent to its highest ever level and...
What do internal financial reports and dashboards look like in companies such as Coca-Cola bottlers, Swarovski, Philips, Roche, Bayer, and SAP? This exclusive talk is open to all FP&A/financial managers, CFOs and BI/reporting professionals. Kindly hosted by Microsoft. Microsoft Conference Center, Redmond WA Thursday, October 19, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Limited...
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has partnered with a consortium of tech firms including cryptocurrency developer Ripple to develop a new open-source software called Mojaloop. The software creates a real-time, interoperable payments platform on a national scale to reach the world’s poor with essential financial tools. The World Bank estimates it may...
Cryptocurrency solution provider Ripple is set to welcome leading figures from the world's of finance and technology to its Swell conference in Toronto next week where Ex-fed chairman Ben Bernanke and internet pioneer Sir Tim Berners-Lee headline. The international banking conference will take place in Toronto Oct. 16-18, alongisde rival SWIFT’s...
Employment in the U.S. Labor Market  has remained weak in August but wasn’t weak enough to call into question the underlying strength of the U.S. labor market. August was the seventh straight month that payrolls fell short of the median estimate of economists. 156,000 jobs were added compared to...