Off-Line LED Drivers Market Current Trends, Business Opportunities and Industry Outlook 2020 to 2026

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Jul 28, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
Global Off-Line LED Drivers Market Size, Status and Forecast 2026

Global Off-Line LED Drivers Market Research Report 2020 begins with an overview of the Market and offers throughout development. It presents a comprehensive analysis of all the regional and major player segments that give closer insights upon present market conditions and future market opportunities along with drivers, trending segments, consumer behavior, pricing factors, and market performance and estimation. The forecast market information, SWOT analysis, Off-Line LED Drivers market scenario, and feasibility study are the vital aspects analyzed in this report.

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Top Key Players in the Global Off-Line LED Drivers Market are: Texas Instruments, NS, Mcroblock, Maxim, AnalogicTech, Linear, NXP, Infineon, Toshiba, Onsemi

This report segments the global Off-Line LED Drivers market on

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NatWest Adds $2.8 Billion Provision for Pandemic Loan Losses

(Bloomberg) — NatWest Group Plc joined its rivals in painting a grim picture of the coronavirus-stricken U.K. economy, taking a further 2.1 billion-pound ($2.8 billion) charge to cover soured loans and prepare for a severe recession.

Britain’s biggest corporate lender set aside double what analysts expected, and said impairments would be between 3.5 billion pounds and 4.5 billion pounds this year. It’s also bracing for a downturn as steep as 16.9%.

“Our performance in the first half of the year has been significantly impacted by the challenges and uncertainty our economy continues to face as a result of Covid-19,” Alison Rose, boss of the bank formerly known as Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, said on Friday.

Barclays Plc and Lloyds Banking Group Plc took similar charges earlier this week. Together, the three lenders have now set aside more than 10 billion pounds to cover failing loans amid the pandemic.

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Genworth Mortgage Insurance reports $90m first-half loss on big writedown

Genworth Mortgage Insurance has suffered a $90 million loss in the first half after taking a $181.8m pre-tax writedown on the acquisition of new mortgage contracts in the first quarter due to the impacts of COVID-19.

Genworth made an $88.1m profit last year.

The company has also set aside $35.5m in loss reserving, due to the novel coronavirus.

“We responded quickly to the pandemic and have adapted our ways of operating in a manner that prioritises the well-being of our people and supports our lender customers and their borrowers in these challenging times,” Genworth chief executive and managing director Pauline Blight-Johnston said.

Genworth said its delinquency rate increased two basis points to 0.62 per cent during the half-year, with new delinquencies down 9.6 per cent to 4988 as loan repayment deferrals and legal moratoriums slowed customer loss management processes.

Genworth said it had $800m of excess loss reinsurance cover from

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Euro zone economy not yet out of danger from coronavirus: ECB’s Panetta

BERLIN (Reuters) – The danger to the euro zone economy from the coronavirus pandemic is not yet over, European Central Bank board member Fabio Panetta told La Repubblica, adding that he saw no need to make any tweaks to the bank’s massive asset purchase programme.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Mario Draghi receives the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany in Berlin

Mario Draghi receives the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany in Berlin

Tackling the biggest economic collapse in living memory, the ECB is buying debt through a 1.35 trillion euro ($1.58 trillion) Pandemic Emergency Purchase Programme (PEPP) and paying banks to lend out its cash as it tries to protect the bloc’s economy from the coronavirus fallout.


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“It’s too soon to declare victory,” Panetta said in the interview circulated by the ECB on Monday, adding that the euro zone economy was likely to see a bigger contraction in the second quarter than in the first three months

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Banking Software Market 2020 Global Trend, Segmentation and Opportunities Forecast To 2026

“Banking Software Market 2020-2026”

New Study Reports “Banking Software Market 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026” has been Added on WiseGuyReports.

Banking Software Market 2020-2026

New Study Reports “Banking Software Market 2020 Global Market Opportunities, Challenges, Strategies and Forecasts 2026” has been Added on WiseGuyReports.

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This report provides in depth study of “Banking Software Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Banking Software Market report also provides an in-depth survey of key players in the market which is based on the various objectives of an organization such as profiling, the product outline, the quantity of production, required raw material, and the financial health of the organization.

Drivers and Constraints

The fundamental dynamics that are explored in the report hold substantial influence over the Banking Software market. The report further studies on the value, volume trends,

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US STOCKS-Wall St adds to gains after Fed vows more support to U.S. economy

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* Fed leaves rates unchanged, promised more support

* Starbucks sees business ‘steadily recovering’, shares up

* Boeing falls after bigger-than-expected loss

* Advanced Micro Devices surges after revenue forecast raise

* Indexes up: Dow 0.4%, S&P 1.02%, Nasdaq 1.2% (New throughout, updates prices, market activity and comments to late afternoon; new byline, adds NEW YORK dateline)

By Sinéad Carew

New York, July 29 (Reuters) – U.S. stocks added to gains on Wednesday after the U.S. Federal Reserve repeated a pledge to use its “full range of tools” to support the economy for as long as it takes to recover from fallout of the pandemic.

At the end of its two-day policy meeting the Fed said it maintained its interest rate target range until it is confident the economy has weathered

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True Link taps $35M for financial services tailored for elderly, disabled and recovering consumers

A lot of tech is built on the premise of services that can target the widest or most lucrative pools of users (and they’re a blockbuster when they can do both). But that leaves out a number of consumers, who fall into the margins for all kinds of reasons, be they physical, age, financial or other circumstances. Today, a startup building financial services specifically aimed at three typically marginalised markets — elderly, disabled people and those who are recovering from addiction — is announcing some funding on the back of strong growth of its business, and plans to do more.

True Link Financial, which provides financial services — specifically, today in the form of prepaid Visa cards and investment management — aimed at the three demographics, is announcing that it has closed a Series B of $35 million, led by Khosla Ventures with strong participation from Centana Growth Partners, an

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Japan’s ‘Everything App’ Is a Big Opportunity for Fashion Brands | Global Currents, BoF Professional

TOKYO, Japan —  Japanese consumers are known for their dedication to brands with subtle distinction and avant-garde values. In recent years, however, a somewhat unexpected name has been quietly moving up in the rankings of the best brands of Japan.

Line, the tech company behind the mobile app of the same name, has become a ubiquitous brand in its own right – so much so that users regularly fall asleep with the app’s video chats still open.  It is such a constant companion for many in this market that Vogue Japan now waits until 10pm to send daily push messages to its followers.

When you ask locals why this brand with an unremarkable green logo is popular, the response reveals something important about Japanese shoppers’ new priorities. Is it cool? Not really. Is it convenient? Very.

“Line is the most used app in Japan — more than Instagram, Facebook and

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Rep. David Schweikert made a fake loan. Do voters care about ethics?


Opinion: A phony loan? Using campaign funds to pay a babysitter? It’s not a good look for Rep. David Schweikert. But is it enough for voters in Scottsdale to dump him and send a Democrat to Congress?

After a two-year investigation, the House has socked Rep. David Schweikert with a $50,000 fine and a reprimand for violating 11 ethics rules.

“Representative Schweikert did not act in a manner that reflected creditably on the House,” according to the House Ethics report released Thursday, which laid out a surprisingly sizable amount of misconduct over a seven-year period.

Of course, the words “credible” and Congress don’t exactly go hand in hand. Still, this thing’s going to leave a mark.

The good news for Schweikert: Unlike a certain Arizona congressman who was asking

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Ex-insurance agent stole from clients, sentenced to 9 years in prison


Gregory Oliver (Photo: Provided/Clermont County Sheriff’s Office)

A former insurance agent from Milford was sentenced to nine years in prison Monday after officials said he stole over $1.1 million from clients, many of whom were over the age of 65. 

Gregory Oliver, 61, was also ordered to pay more than $990,000 in restitution to his victims, according to a release from the Ohio Department of Insurance.

According to the release, Oliver obtained an Ohio insurance license in 1989 and opened Oliver Financial Services Corporation. He met with insurance companies to sell life insurance and annuity products.

A criminal investigation later revealed that Oliver intentionally withheld, misappropriated or converted more than $1.1 million from at least 17 clients between 2011 and 2018. Many of those clients were over the age of 65, the release states.

Officials said Oliver deposited client insurance premiums into his business account, withdrew funds from client

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