• The fear of loss can cost investors big-time. Here’s how

    The fear of loss is a powerful emotion for investors — and, if left unchecked, can cost them big bucks in the long term due to years of forfeiture of investment gains. That fear is a natural product of human evolution. Our brains are hardwired to detect risks — a useful cognitive tool that helped […]

  • Will India fill the “spare parts shortage” for Russian industries?

    v + T – normal size Four informed sources said: Moscow has sent India a list of more than 500 products for possible export, including spare parts for cars, planes and trains. He said: The list of applications is exceptional in terms of the diversity of its fields. The source indicated India’s keenness to promote […]

  • NATO: We will help Ukraine protect its people

    NATO pledged on Tuesday to further step up support for Ukraine, including overhauling the country’s energy infrastructure after a series of Russian missile and drone attacks. A statement issued by the Western military alliance said today during the meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Bucharest: “Allies will help Ukraine repair its energy infrastructure and protect […]

  • Belarus: opponent Maria Kolesnikova hospitalized "in intensive care", according to her relatives

    She is one of the figures of the Belarusian opposition to the regime of President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, who is serving an 11-year prison sentence, was hospitalized on Tuesday (November 29th), her supporters said. “Maria was hospitalized in intensive care in Gomel”in the south-east of the country, wrote in a press release the press […]

  • In France, religious are committed against the mega oil project of TotalEnergies in Africa

    Interfaith action organized by Greenfaith and Extinction Rébellion Spiritualités against the Eacop project of TotalEnergies in Uganda and Tanzania, in front of a service station of the French oil group, in Paris, on November 29, 2022. REMI BARROUX After scientists, street blockers, SUV tire deflators or soup throwers in museums, the front of activists mobilized […]

  • G7 on war against Ukraine: joint hunt for war criminals

    The G7 countries want to coordinate the investigation of war crimes in Ukraine. The search for evidence should not only be carried out there – witnesses should also be questioned in their countries of refuge. By Michael Stempfle, ARD Capital Studio Tetiane Goncharuk says that Ukrainian refugees usually do not report war crimes that they […]

  • Mitsubishi Ralliart is back, and it may bode well for the next Triton

    Mitsubishi’s Ralliart branding is a household name to anyone who loved the ‘90s World Rally Championship, but it’s been largely dormant for a while now. However, the partially stock Mitsubishi Ralliart Triton AXCR just nabbed a debut victory in the 2022 Asia Cross Country Rally. As well as being a good promo tool, it also […]

  • Republican Skepticism of Trump Has Never Been Higher

    This article is part of The D.C. Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. If you look at the top-line numbers in public polling, it would seem impossible to fathom anyone but Donald Trump emerging in 2024 as his Republican Party’s nominee. After all, a robust […]

  • Biden Hosts Congressional Leaders to Discuss His Agenda

    washington — President Joe Biden said Tuesday he hopes lawmakers can work together to fund the government, boost spending for Ukraine and avert a crippling rail strike as he hosted congressional leaders at the White House. But Republicans’ pick to be the next speaker of the House served notice that things are “going to be […]

  • Christianity dwindles to minority religion in England, Wales for first time on record: 'Not a great surprise'

    The number of Christians in England and Wales has dipped below half of the population for the first time in census history, according to government statistics released Tuesday. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that 46.2% of the English and Welsh population, or roughly 27.5 million people, labeled themselves as “Christian” in 2021, according […]

  • The Assembly rejects a new motion of censure LFI, the Social Security draft budget voted in new reading

    Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne during the debate on a motion of censure on the fourth part of the Social Security financing bill (PLFSS) for 2023, at the National Assembly, in Paris, on November 28, 2022. EMMANUEL DUNAND / AFP The National Assembly rejected, Monday, November 28, the new motion of censure La France insoumise (LFI) […]

  • FIFA investigates Germany's violation of "press conference" rules

    FIFA investigates Germany’s violation of “press conference” rules Monday – 5 Jumada Al-Awwal 1444 AH – November 28, 2022 AD German players did not abide by the rules of press conferences (EPA) Doha: «Asharq Al-Awsat The International Federation of Football Associations opened an investigation into the German national team’s violation of the rules for holding […]