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The Fed should be careful what it wishes for

The Fed should be careful what it wishes for

Major central banks’ fixation on inflation betrays a guilty conscience for serially falling short of their targets

Goal-setting, happiness and success

Goal-setting, happiness and success

In our busy world, we often get so caught up in the motions of life that time gets away from us before we even realise.

Sodium: How low can we go?

Sodium: How low can we go?

As with much of this science of nutrition, experts don’t always agree on what’s best for us. Not that they don’t have good information. Sometimes we have lots of valid data.

Crypto hawks and doves

Crypto hawks and doves

A few days ago, President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela announced that his government had launched a new state-sponsored cryptocurrency called the petro.

Put worry in time slots to control stress

Put worry in time slots to control stress

Are you walking around in a daze about worry you can’t fix? You might worry morning, noon and night.

Weakened Merkel has her work cut out to make coalition last

Weakened Merkel has her work cut out to make coalition last

Germany’s Social Democrats (SPD) have bought Chancellor Angela Merkel time with their vote to join her conservatives in another coalition, but she risks losing her long grip on power if she fails to balance the awkward allies’ conflicting demands.

Big-nose selfies pose a big public health issue

Big-nose selfies pose a big public health issue

In an age where a considerable portion of the global population is addicted to taking and sharing selfies on social media, researchers say that many such individuals are erroneously inspired to go under the knife to make their nose smaller.

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Cartoon corner

Where there is no white lies ...

Closing global economy’s new digital divide

Closing global economy’s new digital divide

From cloud computing to artificial intelligence, technology is beginning to revolutionise how the world economy functions. But while these shifts are enriching many in the advanced economies, the developing world is at risk of being left behind.

Ultra-fast 5G beckons: Qatar set to be among the first beneficiaries

Ultra-fast 5G beckons: Qatar set to be among the first beneficiaries

The world is gearing up for 5G, the next generation wireless technology that promises to go beyond phones and link up everything from vehicles to household devices, or anything else with an Internet connection at far greater speeds.

Transfer of shares to third party

Transfer of shares to third party

Question: Is there a legal restriction for transfer of shares to any third party in a trading and contracting company? What procedure one should follow in this regard?

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