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Cryptocurrency inflows hit all-time high of $4.5b in first quarter
Inflows into cryptocurrency funds and products hit a record $4.5 billion in the first quarter, suggesting increased institutional participation in the once-maligned sector, data from digital currency manager Coinshares showed.
High court rejects Republicans’ bid to overturn Biden’s Pennsylvania win
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected Republicans’ last-gasp bid to reverse Pennsylvania’s certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s victory in the electoral battleground.
High sugar diet may damage gut health: Experts
Added sugar in our everyday diet has long been associated with several health-related issues including obesity and diabetes.
Deforestation in Brazil's Amazon falls for third month, still high
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest fell in September for the third straight month compared to a year ago, government data showed, but destruction remains far higher than before President Jair Bolsonaro took office in 2019.
Colombia sold two-thirds of its gold weeks before a record high
Colombia sold two-thirds of its gold reserves in a single month just as investors seeking havens against global turmoil were about to drive the metal to a record high.
Gold hovers near eight-year high as second coronavirus wave fears mount
Gold prices climbed to its highest level in nearly eight years on Wednesday, as demand for the safe-haven asset was boosted by worries over a surge in coronavirus infections and hopes of more stimulus measures to combat the economic blow.
Gold holds near two-week high on uncertainty over virus impact
Gold prices on Monday held near a two-week high scaled in the previous session as uncertainty prevailed over the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global economy.
High drug prices really hit home for US patients with heart disease
In a study published Monday in the journal Circulation, researchers report that one in eight adults with common heart diseases in the US either skip taking medications, delay filling prescriptions or take lower-than-prescribed doses because of concerns about cost
High iron levels may help lower cholesterol
People with high iron levels are not only protected against anaemia but are also less likely to have high cholesterol, according to a global study.
Poll: India's retail inflation could hit 7-month high in May, but below RBI target
India's retail inflation likely accelerated to a seven-month high in May on rising food prices, but it is expected to remain well below the target of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), giving it room to ease policy further, a Reuters poll found.
Japan's key inflation gauge hits three-year high, offers little respite for BoJ
An inflation gauge closely watched by the Bank of Japan (BoJ) accelerated at its fastest pace in almost three years as some retailers passed on rising costs to households, a positive sign for the central bank as it seeks to stoke consumer prices.
Smoky environment increases risk of high blood pressure
A nonsmoker should leave a smoky room or car until it has been cleared, suggested researchers as secondhand smoke can cause high blood pressure and hypertension.
Panel: High risk of powerful quake in northeastern Japan within 30 years
A government panel said on Tuesday there is a high chance of an earthquake with a magnitude of 7 to 8 occurring within the next 30 years along the Japan Trench lying in the Pacific Ocean off northeastern Japan.
India's unemployment rate hit 45-year high in 2017/18: report
An official survey that has been withheld by the government shows India’s unemployment rate rose to a 45-year high during 2017-2018, the Business Standard newspaper reported on Thursday, delivering a blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi just months before what is expected to be a closely fought general election.
Grimsby named unhealthiest high street in UK by RSPH study
Grimsby, the center of the UK fish-processing industry and which has marketed itself as Europe’s Food Town, now has another, less welcome, appellation.

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