WORLD

Top 5 billionaires lost $8 billion in a day

The top 5 billionaires on planet earth had an unimpressive showing at the most recent trading session. The top 5 billionaires most recent daily loss stood at $7.754 billion Elon Musk The world’s richest person printed the highest wealth loss for the day as Elon’s wealth dropped by $4.28 billion. His wealth is now estimated to be worth $197 billion. Tesla suffered significant losses at Friday’s trading session, on recent reports revealing its Model 3 is now only the fourth-best selling pure electric vehicle (EV) in Europe. In

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BUSINESS

Oil prices rally high on incoming COVID-19 relief program

Oil prices were all fired up at mid-week trading session in London. Holding on to their previous gains on reports that the incoming Joe Biden administration will offer more quantitative easing programs, boosted hopes for energy demand. What you should know: At press time, Brent oil futures gained 0.68% to trade at $56.28 a barrel adding to yesterday’s 2.1% gain. West Texas Intermediate futures rallied by 0.79% to trade at $53.40 a barrel, building on a 1.2% rise seen at the last trading session. Both major oil benchmarks sta

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POLITICS

Armed Forces Day: Bamgbose gives reasons pigeons embarrassed Buhari, warns of impending doom

The Plateau State University chapter, of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has commenced an indefinite strike action over insecurity, poor infrastructural development and arrears of earned allowances for its members. Dr. Pamson Bentse, chairman of the union in the University, who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Friday, in Jos, said the decision to proceed on strike was reached after its congress meeting, held on Monday at the University’s main campus, in Bokkos. Bentse said the action of the union bo

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