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PM should have followed our advice

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We “cried” as well when news circulated of Tan Sri Muhiyiddin losing the Parliament majority circulated on WhatsApp channels.

Programmers should fear no shame

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When I started my career in Kuala Lumpur in the IT business in the early 2000s, a conversation at a nightclub venue would end quite quickly when it came to discussing either the company I was working for, which was virtually unknown or the next best alternative – the industry I was in (“IT industry”).

Why JP Morgan hates negative interest rates

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Bank stocks are in a bad neighborhood. Over the last several days, the entire sector was sold off, with HSBC being particularly hard hit, falling almost 10%.

While some argue that it was because of the revelation that certain banks were engaged in highly suspicious transfers, which could run afoul of Anti Money Laundering regulations, there is perhaps a better answer.

Disaster!

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Man United was soundly beaten by Crystal Palace at Old Trafford yesterday. This is the second time running that the London misfits have beaten the illustrious, trophy laden, world famous club. The display was so woeful that there it is a case of 2 steps forward, 3 steps back. United fans can write off this season.

Arsenal is TOP of the table. Send help!

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A crazy 2020 has only 3.5 months left, and what better way to signify the upheaval that has taken place in our lives by noting the upheaval in the football cosmos: Arsenal is TOP of the table and if they win their remaining 37 matches, they will be crowned Coronavirus EPL champions.

3 Gorges dam update (Analysis)

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The 3 Gorges Dam is not out of the woods yet. According to 2 weather models, the Yangtze river basin will experience heavy rainfall over the next 10 days. This will but pressure on the 3 Gorges Dam, but after 6 rounds of fighting floods, the dam is not the same dam it was.

#BoycottDisney Open letter to Mr Joshua Wong

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Dear Mr Wong,

We cannot even begin to imagine the sense of grief Hong Kongers must be feeling over what has happened to their beloved city over the past one year. From being the premier Asian Financial Centre, Hong Kong is now under a thick black cloud of oppression brought about by the current administration of the Chinese Communist Party.

However, we truly believe that one day, things will be go back to normal again in Hong Kong. China is currently facing the worst set of natural disasters in living memory, and it is only time before the citizens themselves will question the metaphysical cause behind this.

The Chinese Communist party is not all powerful as it thinks it is. The night is darkest before the dawn.

But Hong Kongers must not give up. As a global coalition, we together must make it clear that supporting China comes with massive risks.

This does not look good

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By now many people may think that all of this mutterings by social media practitioners about the 3 Gorges dam has been just about generating clicks and getting people upset for no reason.

After all, the dam is still standing – so what’s the fuss?

NASDAQ rally could end very badly

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Over the month of August, money managers throughout the world stood with mouth wide open as the tech heavy NASDAQ defied all manners of technical stock price movement and fundamental value concepts to reach record, after record, after record.

Happy Nokia 3310 day

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The Rembau Times wishes all its readers Happy Nokia 3310 day, which fell on 01 st September.