Data and Technology Leaders will Share How They Are Leveraging Data and Domo to Solve Today’s Complex Business Challenges
Domo (Nasdaq: DOMO), provider of the Domo Business Cloud, today announced that two customers – Citrus Ad and DHL – will be hosting separate sessions at the Forrester Data Strategy & Insights Virtual Trade Show to share how they are leveraging data and Domo to solve today’s complex business challenges. The event is being held from October 13 – 15 and Domo is a premium sponsor.
“Domo empowers organizations of all sizes to unlock the value of their business data. Join our customer sessions led by data and technology leaders at Citrus Ad and DHL, as they share how Domo has empowered them to help their organizations be more agile, and create a data-driven culture through well-governed, self-service BI and analytics,” said John Mellor, chief strategy officer, Domo.
Shares are mixed in Asia after China reported its exports jumped nearly 10% in dollar terms in September as its economy recovered from the coronavirus pandemic
By ELAINE KURTENBACH AP Business Writer
October 13, 2020, 6:37 AM
• 4 min read
Shares were mixed in Asia on Tuesday, as investors were encouraged by strong growth in China’s trade in September.
An overnight rally on Wall Street, driven mainly by technology companies such as Apple and Amazon, faded amid worries over U.S. economic stimulus and a resurgence of coronavirus caseloads in many countries.
But the release of stronger trade data in Beijing helped Tokyo recover from early losses. Shanghai declined. Hong Kong’s market was closed for a typhoon.
China’s exports rose 9.9% from a year earlier to $239.8 billion in September, while imports gained 13.2% to $202.8 billion. Tuesday’s customs data showed
The politics of stimulus, trade deficits, big government and big tech and more.
Callme crazy, but I’m not convinced that the latest round of talks on a new stimulus package are going as well as they might be.
President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi questioned each other’s mental faculties, showcasing increasing partisan tensions as Election Day looms.
“The president is, shall we say, in an altered state right now, so I don’t know how to answer for his behavior.,” Pelosi said in an interview on Bloomberg Television Thursday.
The Democratic leader also called Trump’s changing positions this week on whether to let his administration conduct talks on fiscal stimulus “strange.” Trump pulled his team from negotiations Tuesday, prompting Pelosi to suggest to colleagues that day that Trump’s thinking might have been affected by the steroids he’s taken to battle his Covid-19,
This meant that screen real estate for many if not all market participants has decreased and has driven them to seek new solutions in the current market conditions. These institutions have had to adapt and electronify processes across the board to adjust to new market and work environments. The standard gradual evolutionary adoption of automation has been replaced by a revolutionary adoption. It’s clear that the benefits of automation are now being recognized by a greater number of market participants.
In general, automation works well if other conditions, such as dealer responsiveness and minimum slippage in the market remain constant, as the automated trading rules were configured during normal market conditions. After COVID-19, however, they have clearly changed. As a result, firms that have not been adjusting the parameters of their rules engine to these new conditions have seen trade ratios decrease.
From a trading perspective, real estate on screens
The US Commerce Department has added China’s largest chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC), to its entity list, after it determined there an “unacceptable risk” that equipment SMIC received could be used for military purposes,Reuters reported.
The move blocks US computer chip companies from exporting technology to SMIC without an export license. SMIC is the latest major Chinese firm to be put on the entity list; the Trump administration added phone manufacturer Huawei to the list in 2019.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Commerce Department wrote in a letter to the computer chip industry on Friday that exporting products to SMIC would “pose an unacceptable risk of diversion to a military end use in the People’s Republic of China.”
In April, the administration tightened export rules on shipping goods to China. It claims it’s seeking to keep US companies from selling products that could be used