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MANILA (Reuters) – The Philippines bank through which $81 million stolen from Bangladesh’s central bank was channeled in February 2016 has accused Dhaka’s monetary authority of covering up its negligence and demanded that it stop making the bank a “scapegoat.” FILE PHOTO: A security guard stands guard outside a branch of Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation
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NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) – Newly launched bitcoin futures on Monday suggested that traders expect the cryptocurrency’s blistering price gains to slow in the coming months. Chicago-based derivatives exchange Cboe Global Markets launched the futures late on Sunday, marking the first time investors could get exposure to the bitcoin market via a large, regulated exchange. The
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SYDNEY (Reuters) – The front-month bitcoin futures contract XBTc1 on the Chicago-based CBOE Futures Exchange surged past $17,000 on Monday, the first day of trading. Virtual currency Bitcoin tokens are seen in this illustration picture, December 8, 2017. Picture taken December 8. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration The January contract opened at $15,460 in New York on Sunday
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MANILA (Reuters) – State-run China Telecom Corp could become the Philippines’ third telecoms player, officials of the Southeast Asian nation said on Sunday, as the government looks to stir up competition in an effort to boost notoriously poor services. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte last month offered China the “privilege” of challenging a longstanding duopoly that
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(Reuters) – Apple Inc Chief Design Officer Jony Ive is returning to day-to-day management of the company’s design teams after handing off managerial duties two years ago to focus on other projects, Apple told Reuters on Friday. FILE PHOTO – Apple CEO Tim Cook (R) plays with an iPhone as Jonathan Ive, Apple’s Chief Design
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MOSCOW (Reuters) – What began as a grassroots online campaign featuring a schoolboy has grown into a mass hashtag protest against Russia’s exclusion from the Winter Olympics – backed by what appear to be fake Twitter accounts and users connected to past pro-Kremlin causes. FILE PHOTO: A 3D-printed Twitter logo displayed in front of Russian
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