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Saudi Arabia Targets Net Zero Emissions by 2060

Top oil exporting nation Saudi Arabia aims to reach net zero emissions of greenhouse gases, mostly emitted by burning fossil fuels, by 2060. Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, alongside his energy minister, also mentioned that the Arabic nation is stressing the importance of tackling climate change, while continuing to focus on oil market stability.


The Group of Seven wealthy countries (G7) agreed on several principles focused on governing cross-border data use and digital trade, setting a middle ground between strictly regulated data protection regimes prominent in Europe and more relaxed approaches used in the United States.

China’s cabinet presented measures to achieve its aim of reaching peak carbon emissions by 2030, and carbon neutrality by 2060, 10 years after that of the United States. However, the Asian nation stressed that food and energy security must be taken account of while achieving such goals.


The U.S. dollar declines after the Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell stated that the American central bank must begin reducing asset purchases soon, but should not hike interest rates yet. The dollar index, compared to a basket of major currencies, dropped 0.18% to 93.588.


Gold prices witnessed another increase on Friday, driven by a weaker dollar greenback amid the statement of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell which indicated that the U.S. central bank should initiate less asset purchases, without raising interest rates yet. The safe haven futures jumped 0.42% higher to value at $1,792 per ounce.


Crude oil prices recorded the ninth straight winning week as investors shifted their attention towards the three-year low U.S. crude oil inventories, despite decreasing prices for coal and natural gas. Brent oil futures remain unchanged on Friday at $84.64 a barrel, while WTI oil recorded an impressive 1.79% escalation to $83.98 per barrel.


USA: S&P500 -0.11%, Dow Jones Industrial Average +0.21%, Nasdaq Composite -0.87%

Europe: FTSE 100 +0.20%, DAX +0.46%, CAC 40 +0.71%

Asia: Nikkei 225 +0.34%, Hang Seng +0.42%, CSI 300 +0.64%, Nifty 50 -0.35%


شركة أبل ستصنع آيفون 14 في الهند

أعلنت شركة أبل (Apple) يوم الاثنين أنها ستصنع آيفون 14 في الهند، حيث قام عملاق التكنولوجيا بتحويل بعض تصنيعه بعيدًا عن الصين المهيمنة.

في حدث في وقت سابق من هذا الشهر كشف قطب التكنولوجيا عن أحدث آيفون 14، مع التركيز على تحسينات السلامة على الميزات التقنية الجديدة والمثيرة - باستثناء ساعة جديدة مصممة مع مراعاة المغامرة.

قالت شركة آبل (NASDAQ: AAPL) في بيان: "تقدم تشكيلة آيفون 14 الجديدة تقنيات جديدة رائدة وقدرات أمان مهمة. نحن متحمسون لتصنيع آيفون 14 في الهند".

إنستا كارت تقلل من الموظفين والتوظيف قبل الاكتتاب العام

قام تطبيق توصيل البقالة إنستا كارت (Instacart) بتقليل الموظفين، مما أدى إلى إبطاء التوظيف وخفض النفقات الأخرى بينما تتجه نحو الإكتتاب العام وفقًا لما أوردته ذا إنفورميشن (The Information) يوم السبت.

كشفت إنستا كارت في مايو أنها قدمت سرًا إلى لجنة الأوراق المالية والبورصات الأمريكية للاكتتاب العام بعد وقت قصير من خفض تقييمها بنسبة %40 إلى أقل بقليل من 24 مليار دولار بسبب عدم استقرار السوق بشكل عام.

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