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What is DeFi yield generation and how does it earn over 30% p.a.? [Protos webinar]

 STAY INFORMED - Wednesday 2nd December 2020 - "Risk-adjusted DeFi yield generation"

In these days of negative interest rates are you ready for Decentralised Finance ('DeFi')?

Learn how to earn 30% p.a. with DeFi yield generation and avoid volatility risk.

Join DeFi yield generation industry experts, Dr. Philipp Kallerhoff and Tom Kineshanko, in their upcoming webinar:

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COINDESK - Alyssa Hertig - What is DeFi?

 

COINDESK - 18 September 2020: "What is DeFi?"

With the explosive growth of yield farming over the past few months DeFi is now proving to be a major milestone in financial history.  However, with the pace of these developments, we know it's difficult to stay current. Alyssa Hertig has published a DeFi primer on Coindesk titled "What is Defi?"

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CBRE forecast total U.S. multifamily demand will rise by two million units over the next decade.

CBRE Econometric Advisors’ latest long-term outlook for U.S. multifamily rental housing indicates the net gain in occupied units—from 15.4 million in Q2 2020 to 17.4 million in Q2 2030—represents an 11.6% demand increase in the 66 metro markets.

The new demand will bolster multifamily’s dynamic investment environment and create new opportunities for buyers of all types. It will create significant opportunities for developers. Steady increases in demand over the decade will generate revenue for large-to-small multifamily property owners across America.

The outlook assumes tepid market demand into early 2021; a year of recovering demand following that, and steady gains thereafter. The favorable long-term outlook should help owners and operators to weather the current storm, knowing that the sector’s COVID-19 challenges will be relatively short term and more promising conditions should be sustained after that.

Read more here: https://www.cbre.com/investor-hub/

US real estate primed for European property investors

US property was already an attractive opportunity fro European investors, from a performance standpoint, and now it's getting better.  From today's Reuters article:

BENGALURU (Reuters) - 6 Aug 2020 - The dollar’s supremacy of well over two years has turned sharply and the current downward trend will continue into next year on expectations the U.S. economic recovery is flagging, especially compared to Europe, buttressing the euro, a Reuters poll showed.

A surge in coronavirus cases across several U.S. states and some data pointing to an economic recovery losing steam pushed the dollar index .DXY down 4.1% in July, its biggest monthly percentage fall in a decade.

That was reflected in the latest positioning data, which showed speculators increased their bets against the dollar to the highest in nine years and at the same time raised their bets in favor of the euro to the highest on record. 

Read more here:  https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-forex-poll-dollar/u-s-dollar-headed-lower-in-retreat-against-the-euro-reuters-poll-idUSKCN25200W

Bitcoin Capital's actively managed crypto ETP is now live on the SIX Swiss exchange

Congratulations to Ali, Mattia, Marcel, Olga, Duncan and the rest of the team for launching the new Bitcoin Capital cryptocurrency exchange-traded product, or ETP on the Swiss SIX Exchange, one of the world’s largest stock exchanges,

Watch the opening ceremony at the Swiss SIX exchange where Ali Mizani Oskui and Dr. Mattia Rattaggi ring the opening bell

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FiCAS Pioneers the World’s First Actively Managed Cryptocurrency Exchange Traded Product (ETP)

 

  •   Bitcoin Capital Active ETP (BTCA) can now be bought by retail and institutional investors through your bank or broker as easily as buying shares
  •   FiCAS pioneers a discretionary portfolio management of cryptocurrencies, using enhanced risk management, proprietary quantitative models, technical analysis and fundamental research
  •   FiCAS offers access to a unique trading strategy, which outperformed Bitcoin by over 100% during 2015-18 and returned more than 90x in USD-equivalent 

 

Zug/Switzerland, 28 July 2020 – FiCAS AG, a Swiss-based crypto investment management boutique, has successfully registered the Bitcoin Capital Active ETP (BTCA; ISIN CH0548689600) — the world’s first actively managed crypto exchange-traded product, listed at SIX. The discretionary ETP, issued by Bitcoin Capital AG, will be managed by FiCAS AG, which trades the top 15 cryptocurrencies and aims to deliver enhanced returns for clients.  The Bitcoin Capital Active ETP is issued at CHF 100.

FiCAS has received full regulatory approvals in Switzerland for the listing of the Bitcoin Capital Active ETP, which provides the green light for retail and institutional investors to tap the burgeoning asset class in a simple and secure way.

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VoiceBase and ThoughtSpot Partner to Offer the Enterprise Searchable and AI-Driven Voice Analytics

Advanced Voice Analytics Platform Equips Frontline Workers for Success by Joining Forces with an Analytics Platform to Create Instant Insights for All.

San Francisco, CA, July 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- VoiceBase, the leading AI-Powered Voice Analytics company, today announced a strategic partnership with ThoughtSpot, the leading Search & AI-Driven Analytics platform, to revolutionize how enterprises gain faster insights from their voice data through innovative search capabilities.

Voice Analytics has been empowering frontline workers in contact centers and organizations for years, but 86% of businesses report that they need better technology-enabled insights to really gain value from their data. The value of these analytics can be transformational for enterprises. In fact, “By 2025, AI for video, audio, vibration, text, emotion and other content analytics will trigger major innovations and transformations in 75% of Fortune 500 global enterprises” according to Gartner’s Top 10 Trends in Data and Analytics, 2020 report.

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Sir Stelios comments on the latest resignations from the easyJet board

Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, easyJet founder and largest shareholder, has commented on two further resignations from the easyJet board
 
More information always updated on www.easy.com

Commenting on two further resignations from the easyJet board, airline founder and largest shareholder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou said:

“I find the current situation very bizarre. Two more scoundrels running for the hills following the CFO’s resignation just two weeks ago.

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Stelios statement on the easyJet/Airbus scandal 16 April 2019 at 12.12h BST

easyGroup Holdings Limited
16 April 2020
 

Stelios statement on the easyJet /Airbus scandal 16 April 2019 at 12.12h BST 

Commenting on the easyJet 2020 H1 trading update released on the 16 April 2020, the airline’s founder and largest shareholder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou said: 

“I have previously referred those in charge of easyJet as scoundrels. This remains my view. They made a deliberate mistake in affirming the contract between easyJet and Airbus worth at least £4.5 billion whilst easyJet has a grounded fleet of 337 Airbus aircraft. Instead of serving a notice of termination to Airbus to cancel the contract they have deliberately chosen to send at least £2.5bn of our cash to Airbus in the years 2020-22. At least £1.5 billion of our cash (of the £2.5bn) is shown as going to Airbus in the next 9 months whilst the fleet could remain grounded. 

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Update from Stelios on the easyJet/Airbus scandal

easyGroup Holdings Limited
14 April 2020
 

Update from Stelios on the easyJet/Airbus scandal

Stelios sends complaint to the FCA (the regulator of the stock markets) regarding the behaviour of the directors of easyJet.
 

Stelios has hired a hard hitting legal team of Simon Bushell and Ben Jaffey to expose the deficiencies in the easyJet announcement of the 9th of April 2020 about “deferring” 24 aircraft deliveries from Airbus. 

The long argument can be seen in the letter but in short the “new deal with Airbus” must be put to a shareholder vote. 

The scoundrels at easyJet do not have the corporate authority to cut such a deal given the collapsed share price and the monumental size of the Airbus order of c GBP 4.5bn. If the FCA does not force the scoundrels to call a shareholder vote on new deal with Airbus, easyGroup will not hesitate to seek a judicial review. 

In plain English that means going to High Court judge to ask for an injunction to require the regulators to do their job properly.