The Effect of the Gold Price on The Australian Currency and economy

The price of gold has been on the rise and as it continues to climb a lot of investors have begun to wonder about the impact of the gold price on global currencies. As the price of gold continues to climb, many investors have begun to wonder how the yellow metal’s price movement’s impact is on currencies across the globe especially what how the gold price Australia is affected. There is a lot of talk that has happened around the movement of the gold price the idea of how the…

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Tata Punch: First Drive Review

Defeating cars like the Maruti Swift and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios is not easy. A task attempted by Ford, Mahindra and Chevrolet on many occasions but with little success. To win over these two stalwarts, you need a car with a different approach, one that possesses skill sets that go well beyond what they offer. Tata has tried to do just that by bringing in a mini SUV to knock out the hatchback kings with the Punch. So is the Tata Punch good enough to do just that? Read on to find answers. Looks As…

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Memorandum and Articles of Association Explained

Starting a new company produces a plethora of paperwork. Staying on top of the pile will alleviate the inevitable stresses that come with company formation. Once you’re familiar with that proverbial pile, much of the unwelcome stress will begin to subside and you can focus on getting results! As a business owner, two important terms/documents you’ll come across are the “memorandum and articles of association”. This guide will help you understand how to get a copy of the memorandum and articles of association and outline what both of these documents mean…

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A Different Kind of Math Tutor

Research on how people think results in cognitive tutor programs that help kids do better in math. Findings Algebra class may be less difficult and a bit more fun these days, thanks to research on how human cognition works. Developed over two decades by psychologist John Anderson, the Adaptive Character of Thought (ACT-R) theory is a framework for understanding how we think about and attack problems, including math equations. The theory reflects our understanding o human cognition based on numerous facts derived from psychological experiments. ACT-R suggests that complex cognition…

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How to understand “salable fake goods” and “unsalable quality goods”? An insight from the view of quality responsibility and consumers’ brand loyalty

Abstract A body of theoretical and practical research suggests technology innovation is the driving force for enterprise survival and development and that maintaining business ethics is an important guarantee in sustaining these enterprises developments. Fulfilling the “hard responsibility” of product quality based on technical standards and the “soft responsibility” of product quality based on business ethics is an important principle stimulating the benign interaction and continuous progress of technological innovation and business ethics, and realizing a balanced development of enterprises and society, which could promote positive brand and enterprise image…

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Design Your Instant Articles

This guide offers a deep dive on how to use Instant Articles design features to deliver richer, more engaging experiences for your readers. Learn how to create one or more visual styles and assign them to articles so that your content in Facebook accurately reflects the look and feel of your publication. In each style, you can individually modify 19 customizable design elements, including font selection, colors and layout preferences. Then explore Instant Articles’ ability to add unique dynamic, responsive enhancements to media in any article. Finally, familiarize yourself with…

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Integration Culture of Global Banks and the Transmission of Lending Shocks

We document that a centralization decision-making culture of global banks affects the transmission of shocks from parent banks to their subsidiaries. Using a novel measure of integration culture of multinational banking conglomerates based on the prevalence of a language of power and authority in financial reports, we find that subsidiaries of banks with a relatively more autocratic integration culture cut lending significantly more after solvency shocks to the parent company. Our result is robust to instrumenting integration culture with political and economic factors of the parent bank’s home country. Source:-…

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Robotaxi fleets 10 years away, Lucid CEO says: ‘a mountain to climb’

SAN FRANCISCO — It is likely to take a decade before self-driving taxis will be deployed on roads, the chief executive of electric car startup Lucid Group Inc, Peter Rawlinson, said on Thursday. “I think we’re 10 years out before we see fleets of robotaxis. They ain’t coming anytime soon even with the most advanced sensing systems in the world,” Rawlinson, a former chief engineer at Tesla Inc, said at the Reuters Events Automotive Summit. “There is a mountain to climb — an intellectual mountain to climb in terms of software,” he said, without elaborating. Tesla Inc’s…

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