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CBOE Will Reportedly Launch Ethereum Futures Trading By The End Of 2018

CBOE Global Markets president Chris Concannon hinted that Ethereum futures might have been coming back in June when Securities and Exchange Commission said that Ethereum was not a security. At the Winklevoss Brothers' Exchange, they also launched the BTC Futures. Could ETH futures arrive just one year later? The sources indicated that the only thing standing in the way of a rollout is the green light by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC).


Google paid Mastercard to track retail sales

Google paid Mastercard to track retail sales

Google also has deals with several third-party companies that process card transaction data. Google has a secretive deal with Mastercard that lets it track whether the online adverts it shows to people lead to purchases in high street shops.


Trump Signals Intent to Nix Proposed Federal Pay Increase

Trump Signals Intent to Nix Proposed Federal Pay Increase

Last year, Trump approved a 1.4 percent pay raise for federal employees. Trump said he was axing a 2.1 percent across-the-board raise for most workers as well as locality pay increases averaging 25.7 percent and costing $ 25 billion .


Manufacturing upturn lifts India's Q1 GDP growth to 8.2%

Manufacturing upturn lifts India's Q1 GDP growth to 8.2%

ANZ's Mendiratta said: "Going ahead I expect growth to moderate as private investment is unlikely to grow at a faster rate due to stressed assets". "Q1 growth rate is based on the lowest base (5.6) in the last 8 quarters", he tweeted. We are exactly on our plans as far as fiscal management is concerned. Another global agency Fitch had in April, 2018, retained India's sovereign rating at "BBB-' with 'stable" outlook, saying that the country's medium-term growth potential is strong.


Argentina Asks IMF to Speed Up Payments From $50 Billion Line

Argentina Asks IMF to Speed Up Payments From $50 Billion Line

Total debt burden in the country is expected to reach 70% of gross domestic product next year, up from 50% in 2017. Speaking at the opening of the Council of the Americas business chamber in Buenos Aires, Mr Pena put the market volatility down to Argentina's recent history.