The 6 Most Important Basic Elements of Procedural Fairness

Procedural Fairness is the cornerstone for resolving disputes, allocating resources and building a just society. Procedural fairness ensures that individuals are treated impartially, respectfully and transparently throughout the procedural framework. This form of fairness is about the procedures a decision-maker uses, rather than the actual outcome that is reached in the end. Depending on the … Read more

Who can benefit from Practice Management in a Law Firm?

Law firm management is the comprehensive approach that law firms take to streamline their operations, increase efficiency and improve client service. It involves the use of specialized software and tools to manage various aspects of a law firm, such as case management, time tracking, billing, document management and communications. Although practice management systems are primarily … Read more

USD/JPY rate forecast: More trouble to come for the Japanese yen?

USD/JPY ANALYSIS Will Fed Chair Powell continue his hawkish rhetoric? US economic data on hold as global slowdown worries mount. 145.00 in sight for USD/JPY bulls? GENERAL BACKGROUND OF THE JAPANESE YEN The Japanese yen had a tough time last week and is heading into the week weaker overall due to aggressive comments by Fed … Read more

Gold price flattens as US Dollar steadies and GBP flips ahead of BoE

Gold, XAU/USD, US Dollar, GC1, Bond Yields, BoE, PBOC, Fed, AUD – focused topics Gold prices softened in the face of rising government bond yields PBOC tilted policy and now BoE moves into focus after UK CPI data The US dollar could be the key for XAU/USD in this eventful week The gold price struggled … Read more

Poor start to the week; Chinese shares weighed down: Asia Day Ahead

The major US indices started the shortened trading week in the red (DJIA -0.72%; S&P 500 -0.47%; Nasdaq -0.16%), although the significant narrowing of losses at lunchtime, especially for the Nasdaq, may still reflect some strength among buyers. The energy sector (-2.3%) weighed most heavily on the market’s performance overnight, reflecting a drop in oil … Read more

Asia Day Ahead: FED Chair Takes the stage with Breakneck Comments

Federal Reserve (Fed) Chair Jerome Powell took the stage yesterday with a series of hawkish comments and while Fed funds futures did not register much change in terms of interest rate expectations, US equities seem to take his words more seriously (DJIA -0.30%; S&P 500 -0.52%; Nasdaq -1.21%). The Fed Chair maintained his stance that … Read more

Increasing institutional interest is a “Positive” sign for crypto: SEBA Bank Managing Director

As more institutions not only express interest in cryptocurrencies but actually invest in Web3 projects, getting into cryptocurrencies is becoming a matter of “when” rather than “if”, according to an executive at SEBA Bank, a company specializing in cryptocurrencies. Speaking at the World Token Summit was Nasha Afshar, a chartered financial analyst who works as … Read more

Weekly Markets: S&P 500, Gold, US Dollar, Powell, BOE, Japan Inflation, RBA Minutes

Global equity markets rose to a 14-month high, while the US dollar fell to a one-month low on hopes that US interest rates have peaked and further stimulus measures are expected from China. The MSCI All Country World Index rose 0.6%, the S&P 500 Index rose 2.6% and the Nasdaq 100 Index rose 3.8%. Germany’s … Read more

Walgreens and Theranos finalized a Settlement with consumers who took incorrect Tests

Walgreens has reached a tentative settlement with consumers who took faulty Theranos blood tests, according to a court document filed Monday. The proposed settlement agreement will be filed in about three weeks, according to the court document. The details of the agreement are not known. In 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Walgreens and … Read more

The Largest Strike ever in the US against a Single Employer could be imminent.

UPS workers represented by the Teamsters voted overwhelmingly on Friday in favor of a nationwide strike that could have far-reaching consequences for workers and the economy. The union said on Friday that 97% of workers are in favour of walking off the job if they do not reach a satisfactory agreement with the mail-order giant … Read more