For almost nine years, Uber has drawn attention and business with its neoteric solutions and rule-breaking style. Along the way, it’s also drawn plenty of public criticism.
For example, Uber has gained an international spotlight for using special kinds of software to gouge riders and track them after drop-off, to spy on and manipulate competitors, and to circumvent authorities. Regulators have questioned whether it’s a public nuisance, or clogging our streets, or has mishandled breaches of user data, or failed to protect and perform sufficient background checks on its drivers, a (proportionately tiny) number of whom later committed rape or murder.
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A panel of fund managers have given their tips on where to find pockets of value in the market — and what assets investors should avoid.
The cryptocurrency bitcoin soon popped up in the discussion.
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There’s a great debate on Wall Street regarding the stock market’s valuation right now. The market has soared since the historic 2009 low. Additionally, this is now the longest period in history we have not had a 5% decline in the S&P 500. That is leading many people to question whether or not the market is overvalued as we make our way into 2018.
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Market watchers should invest in bitcoin now that prices are down, says BK Capital Management founder Brian Kelly.
“Now, when everyone is saying … it’s over, that’s it, bitcoin is dead, for the 175th time. Now’s the time you start looking at it, on the buy side,” Kelly, portfolio manager of the BKCM Digital Asset Fund, told CNBC on “Fast Money” Tuesday.
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Since 2013, Moldova has experienced a decline in net inflow of foreign investment. What are the reasons? How many enterprises with foreign capital are working on the territory of our country today, and who are the main foreign investors?
Official data of the National Bank of Moldova shows that in January-September 2016, the net inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Moldovan economy decreased by 41.3% compared to the same period in 2015 to $ 112.33 million.
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