2020-09-24 09:58:51| The Economic Times
Golds slump this week is forcing investors to ask whether the haven asset is taking a breather or facing an even sharper decline.Unprecedented global stimulus, negative real rates and a weakening dollar pushed bullion to a record high above $2,075 an ounce in early August. While some banks, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Bank of America Corp., forecast even higher prices, a resurgent dollar has seen gold give up some of its gains. Is this merely a temporary setback for the precious metal? Here are five charts that provide hints as to where gold goes next: (By Eddie Spence)
2020-09-24 09:00:26| Fast Company
Two Harvard Business School professors declare that the U.S. is losing the battle against the pandemic but describe how effective leadership could still win the war. On June 6, 1944, the United States and its allies launched the largest amphibious assault in world history. This was the result of an enormous logistical enterprise, involving millions of people and years of planning, organization, equipment production, recruiting and training, and mobilizing resources both for the invasion and its immediate follow-up. Much of the effort was voluntary. Massive as D-Day was, it was coordinated and organized, and unified within and across the participating allied countries. It was also the decisive factor in defeating Nazi Germany and its allies.Read Full Story
2020-09-24 08:31:03| Telegraph Business
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2020-09-23 22:19:51| digg
Using neural networks, YouTube channel Neural Networks and Deep Learning bumped up the frame rate of this video of a M65 Atomic Cannon artillery test from 24FPS to 48FPS.