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Australia’s richest person spotted at Trump’s launch

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Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, spotted at Donald Trump’s exclusive campaign launch

As Trump launched his 2024 presidential campaign, Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, was in attendance at the exclusive event.

Rinehart was outed in a social media post by Eric Trump, seen wearing her signature pearl necklace.

Australia’s richest person was sitting behind Eric and his wife, Lara, as seen in a selfie posted to Instagram by the former U.S. president’s third son.

Rinehart is estimated to be worth $32.4 billion. But despite her wealth, she won’t be allowed to donate to Trump’s campaign.

U.S. laws prevent foreign nationals from making any kind of contribution or donation in connection with any of the nation’s elections.

Regardless, Rinehart has previously praised Trump and has a close association with conservative politics.

In Florida, from his infamous Mar-a-Lago estate, Trump declared his presidential bid, met with echoed chants of his name.

He believes America is a failing nation, and is suffering a decline under current U.S. President Joe Biden.

He said inflation has never been higher and people are hurting under the Democratic party’s rule.

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A British digital currency “later this decade”

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The Bank of England and Britain’s finance ministry think the UK is likely to need to create a central bank digital currency later this decade.

“On the basis of our work to date, the Bank of England and HM Treasury judge that it is likely a digital pound will be needed in the future,” the Telegraph quoted BoE Governor Andrew Bailey and finance minister Jeremy Hunt as saying in the joint report.

“It is too early to commit to build the infrastructure for one, but we are convinced that further preparatory work is justified,” the Telegraph quoted the report saying.

The BoE declined to comment on the Telegraph article, but said a joint consultation on CBDC issues would be published shortly.

A government source said the report would be published next week.

BoE Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe is due to give a speech on Tuesday to update the finance industry on the BoE’s CBDC work.

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Disney’s Drama

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What’s going on at Disney and why is the world’s largest entertainment company in trouble?

 
Dreams are a wish your heart makes, or at Disney, dreams are having a tough time of coming true.

After decades of turning children’s dreams into fantasies, the mouse-house is facing a crisis of leadership.

This Ticker Original looks at how the Walt Disney Company got here, and what happens next. #disney #bob iger

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The Tech Market Crash

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Since the Global Financial Crisis, tech companies have been riding high and making billions, so what happened?

 
It’s been a shocking year for tech companies. Riding high off the back of the pandemic, reality suddenly hit.

Across Silicon Valley, and spreading to Wall Street, the once darlings of the Nasdaq were suddenly hit hard.

So what happened, and where to from here?

This Ticker Original investigates. #snapchat #apple #tech stocks #nasdaq

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