Computer rate – Hardware Specs http://hardware-specs.net/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 02:50:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hardware-specs.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/cropped-icon-32x32.png Computer rate – Hardware Specs http://hardware-specs.net/ 32 32 SC House agrees to cut $25 million computer from $14 billion budget https://hardware-specs.net/sc-house-agrees-to-cut-25-million-computer-from-14-billion-budget/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 01:58:28 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/sc-house-agrees-to-cut-25-million-computer-from-14-billion-budget/ South Carolina House Ways and Means Chairman Gary Simrill, R-Rock Hill, discusses the governor’s budget vetoes Tuesday, June 28, 2022 in Columbia, South Carolina (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins) Jeffrey Collins PA COLOMBIA, South Carolina South Carolina’s General Assembly on Tuesday overruled many of Gov. Henry McMasters’ budget vetoes, but they accepted the biggest one, pulling $25 […]]]>

South Carolina House Ways and Means Chairman Gary Simrill, R-Rock Hill, discusses the governor's budget vetoes Tuesday, June 28, 2022 in Columbia, South Carolina (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins)

South Carolina House Ways and Means Chairman Gary Simrill, R-Rock Hill, discusses the governor’s budget vetoes Tuesday, June 28, 2022 in Columbia, South Carolina (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins)

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South Carolina’s General Assembly on Tuesday overruled many of Gov. Henry McMasters’ budget vetoes, but they accepted the biggest one, pulling $25 million from the $13.8 billion spending plan to try to bring some relief. great computer at Columbia.

The money was set aside for what proponents called a quantum computing operation and set up a nonprofit to rent out time on the machine to researchers and others.

He needed a one-time budget because the terms of the deal expired at the end of June, supporters said.

But only 28 of the 105 House members voting chose to override the veto, well below the two-thirds needed to overcome McMaster’s veto.

The governor, in his veto message, called the article a dangerous precedent to avoid public procurement laws and the creation of the nonprofit should be done with a separate bill that goes through the legislative process. regular.

McMaster issued 73 vetoes. taking about $53 million from the nearly $14 billion budget slated for July 1.

Twenty-nine of the vetoes had no money attached after legislative budget negotiators could not agree on how much to spend.

Among the others, the General Assembly returned 26 posts worth about $20 million to the budget. They authorized the governor’s decision to remove 17 of the items, including the computer, worth approximately $33 million.

All the money went to articles put up by lawmakers for local concerns. The items donating $7 million for a cultural visitor center in Orangeburg, $500,000 to build a museum to honor the nation’s most winning high school football coach at Summerville High School, and $5 million for a park in Myrtle Beach stayed within budget.

In addition to the computer, $2 million was cut from the budget for a community center in Orangeburg County and $364,000 for improvements to a park in Saluda County.

More than 100 protesters, many calling on South Carolina lawmakers to roll back new abortion restrictions that became law after the US Supreme Court ruling last week, filled the lobby between the House and the Senate, chanting before security instructed them to continue the protest outside.

The state’s $13.8 billion budget for fiscal year 2022-23 provides $1 billion to send hundreds of dollars in rebates to many South Carolina taxpayers. It is also spending $600 million to cut the state’s top tax rate from 7% to 6.5% and combine the other rates to 3%. Lawmakers eventually plan to lower the maximum rate to 6%.

The spending plan also raises the minimum wage for teachers from $36,000 to $40,000, invests another $1 billion in road repairs and expansion, and gives state employees a 3% raise and a bonus of $1,500. The budget also increases a number of state law enforcement salaries and sets aside about $1 billion in case this is the year the economy blows up.

McMaster congratulated lawmakers on most of the budget and thanked them for putting more than 250 of his proposals into the final spending plan.

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Georgia Power proposes a 12% increase in bills, with a jump in 2023 https://hardware-specs.net/georgia-power-proposes-a-12-increase-in-bills-with-a-jump-in-2023/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 01:45:17 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/georgia-power-proposes-a-12-increase-in-bills-with-a-jump-in-2023/ ATLANTA — Georgia Power Co. wants to raise customer bills by 12% over the next three years to pay for system upgrades and higher costs and enable higher profits, the company said Friday in a rate filing with state regulators. The filing kicks off a tariff case before the Georgia Public Service Commission, with the […]]]>

ATLANTA — Georgia Power Co. wants to raise customer bills by 12% over the next three years to pay for system upgrades and higher costs and enable higher profits, the company said Friday in a rate filing with state regulators.

The filing kicks off a tariff case before the Georgia Public Service Commission, with the five commissioners likely to vote on the plan in December and new tariffs taking effect in January. Changes are likely before any vote.

A residential customer who uses 1,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month pays Georgia Power an average of $128 per month now, chief financial officer Aaron Abramovitz said Friday. According to the plan, this would increase by $14.32 in 2023, reaching a total of $16.29 over the three-year period.

But those aren’t the only price increases Georgia Power’s 2.3 million customers could face next year. The Public Service Commission has already approved the company’s plans to raise rates by $3.78 a month as soon as the first of two new nuclear units being built at the Vogtle plant come online.

The company will also file next year to recoup the cost of the coal and natural gas it uses to power its power plants, and Georgia Power President and CEO Chris Womack acknowledged on Friday that the company will file. probably in February 2023 to increase the bills to be paid. more for fuel, but pledged to work with the stewards to “mitigate and minimize the impact on our customers”.

All of this could result in bills increasing by more than 15% for customers in 2023 alone.

“Too many Georgians are already struggling to pay their electric bills,” said Liz Coyle, executive director of consumer advocacy group Georgia Watch. “This new rate hike would significantly increase the household budget.”

As has been traditional with regulated monopoly utilities, Georgia Power shareholders of the Atlanta-based Southern Co. would be protected from risk and guaranteed a profit. Georgia Power would receive an additional $2.8 billion over three years, compared to a cumulative increase of $1.77 billion in the current three-year rate plan.

The company says it needs more money to continue making improvements to the transmission and distribution network, retire old coal-fired plants, acquire power from new sources and upgrade systems computers for customers. He wants nearly $100 million more every year just to cover the inflation of what he has to buy and spend.

“It is this balance that recognizes that we must continue to invest in our system, to the reliability and resiliency we need to operate the system and for a state that develops in customers who have increasing expectations” , Womack said.

About $750 million over three years would go to shutting down coal-fired power plants and buying power from natural gas, solar and other plants. Of this amount, about half would be used to repay the book value of closed factories. The moves are key parts of the company’s long-term production plan which commissioners are expected to approve next month. Parts of the rate case are intended to pay for this integrated resource plan.

The company would raise $400 million over three years to cover or excavate ash ponds at coal-fired power plants. Environmentalists want all the ashes excavated and reburied in lined landfills, which could cost even more.

The company also says it needs more money because it used tax benefits from a previous federal tax cut that kept rates at $220 million a year. Georgia Power is also looking to raise its return on equity target, a figure that is helping to boost the company’s earnings, from 10.5% to 11%. The utility argues that it should earn a higher rate of return because of what other utilities are doing and the current state of financial markets. This would cost customers an additional $94 million per year.

Some costs would decrease. Georgia Power says it needs to collect less to pay for storm damage because it has now paid recovery costs from previous storms and less to pay for operations and maintenance because it shuts down older power plants.

The proposal is strongly anticipated, with only small increases sought in 2024 and 2025. Company officials said that would actually mean lower rate increases overall, because if they postpone some of the total demand in later years, rates would have to climb even higher to collect the same amount of money in less time.

“What we’re trying to present here, what we’re asking for, is the lowest cost option for customers, knowing that’s just the beginning of that process,” Abramovitz said.

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Computer chip subsidy bill faces key moment in Congress https://hardware-specs.net/computer-chip-subsidy-bill-faces-key-moment-in-congress/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 18:04:26 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/computer-chip-subsidy-bill-faces-key-moment-in-congress/ Placeholder while loading article actions When the Senate passed a rare bipartisan measure last summer to spend $52 billion to subsidize US computer chip manufacturing and research, it seemed like an easy legislative priority for both parties. Chips were so scarce that car factories closed for weeks, threatening jobs and driving up prices. New cars […]]]>
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When the Senate passed a rare bipartisan measure last summer to spend $52 billion to subsidize US computer chip manufacturing and research, it seemed like an easy legislative priority for both parties.

Chips were so scarce that car factories closed for weeks, threatening jobs and driving up prices. New cars have become so scarce that the price of used cars has skyrocketed, often exceeding what they cost when new. Makers of seemingly everything from products as diverse as smartphones to dog wash booths have complained that they can’t get the chips they need. The White House called several emergency meetings, and Republicans and Democrats quickly rallied.

But a year later, funding has still not been enacted. It took the House until February to accept the grants. Since then, the process of merging the House and Senate bills has been bogged down due to disputes over pieces of the legislation unrelated to the chips, including provisions on climate and trade with China. A myriad of other issues, including military aid to Ukraine and inflation in gasoline prices, have also distracted lawmakers.

Supporters of chip funding say they are now racing to save it before Congress recesses for its August recess, after which election season will likely stifle prospects for any major new legislative packages.

Used car market in chaos as prices soar

House and Senate leaders met on Tuesday to try to hammer out a deal. They failed to reach agreement on what to include in the final bill, but agreed they needed to act quickly to stop chipmakers from bypassing the United States and investing there. stranger, according to a person familiar with the talks, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive negotiations.

“We have expressed our belief that there is no reason why we should not pass this bill through Congress in July,” said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) and House Speaker. Senate Majority Charles E. Schumer (DN.Y.) in a statement. statement afterwards. “Democrats have already made accommodations in the name of reaching a deal, which we are optimistic can happen soon.” The Republican leadership did not immediately provide comment.

The issues that triggered the legislation in the first place are still pressing. A global shortage of computer chips continues to stall manufacturing in the United States and other industrialized nations, driving up prices for automobiles and other electronics.

Limited chip supply will continue to constrain auto manufacturing through 2024 amid pent-up demand for vehicles and the growing popularity of electric cars, which require more chips per vehicle, consulting firm AlixPartners said Wednesday.

House Democrats are eager to pass the legislation because many members, including the most vulnerable representing swing districts, believe it would help them make the case that the party is fighting inflation and blockchain issues. supplies that motivate her.

US government subsidies were never going to provide a quick fix for the global chip shortage. Building a chip factory takes years. Yet as chips, also known as semiconductors, become an essential part of so much modern technology, many tech companies and lawmakers have argued that ensuring greater domestic production is a matter of economic security. and national.

“Anything that has an on/off switch is based on a semiconductor chip,” Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.), a leading grant supporter, said in an interview. “As we see now with shortages of these chips holding back the automotive industry, by not having a secure domestic supply chain, this problem will only get worse as we move to more and more connected devices.”

The fundamental reason for the shortage is that too few companies are willing to invest the $10 billion or more needed to build a semiconductor factory. Countries around the world have provided grants to these chipmakers, hoping to incentivize them to locate new facilities within their borders.

Some of those programs could leave the United States behind, Warner said. “A year ago, the Europeans didn’t have a semiconductor incentive program in place,” but Germany is rolling out subsidies for an Intel manufacturing site, he said. he declares.

“When the German bureaucracy goes faster than the American legislative process, it’s not a good sign,” Warner said.

Intel announced plans in March to invest $20 billion in two chip factories in Ohio, pledging to begin construction this year and finish by the end of 2025. Other major chipmakers including TSMC , Samsung and GlobalFoundries, have also announced plans to expand in the US, although some have said the speed of their investments will depend on subsidy adoption.

“The CHIPS Act makes the US semiconductor industry more globally competitive. For GlobalFoundries, the adoption of CHIPS funding would affect the rate and pace at which we invest in expanding our manufacturing capacity in the United States,” said Steven Grasso, managing director of global government affairs for GlobalFoundries, in an e-mail. -mail, referring to the company’s expansion plans. a site in Malta, NY, where initial authorization is pending.

In the Senate and House, the funding is part of broader bills aimed at bolstering U.S. economic competitiveness amid growing competition from China and other countries. Lawmakers say there is strong support in both houses for semiconductor grants and for increased spending for the National Science Foundation and other research efforts, but the deal broke down on d other policies.

In a letter to Senate and House leaders last week, the chief executives of more than 100 tech companies, including Microsoft, IBM and Google’s parent company Alphabet, urged Congress to pass the legislation, calling semi-funding drivers and other manufacturing and research measures “vital to our whole economy”. .”

“The rest of the world is not waiting for the United States to act. Our global competitors are investing in their industry, their workers, and their economies, and it is imperative that Congress act to improve the competitiveness of the United States,” they wrote in the letter, which the Semiconductor Industry Association organized.

Manufacturers have less than five days of computer chip supply, Commerce Department says

Congressional aides said it’s likely the final bill will look more like Senate legislation, as it passed with bipartisan support, while the House bill only had one. only Republican supporter, Representative Adam Kinzinger (Illinois).

House Democrats had to make concessions along the way on the trade and climate provisions they included in their bill, the person familiar with Tuesday’s congressional leaders’ meeting said.

The expansion of the House bill Trade Adjustment Assistance Programwhich provides relief to workers who lose their jobs due to offshoring and other adverse effects of foreign trade, is a particular failure for Republicans, according to congressional aides.

Another provision sparking debate would require the federal government to screen and sometimes ban certain U.S. investments in China. The measure, proposed by the senses. Robert P. Casey Jr. (D-Pa.) and John Cornyn (R-Tex.), has some bipartisan support in both chambers but nonetheless “was one of the most contentious issues to reach an agreement” , said Stephen Ezell, vice president of global innovation policy at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

Todd Tucker, director of industrial and trade policy at the Roosevelt Institute think tank, said the House bill included important provisions aimed at protecting U.S. supply chains from external shocks, such as the pandemic, which has caused widespread shortages of medical products.

Among other measures, the bill would establish an Office of Manufacturing Security and Resilience in the Commerce Department with $500 million in appropriations, tasked with tracking the availability of goods and services in real time and promoting manufacturing. criticism in the United States and in allied countries, Tucker said.

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Size, Cost Structures, Growth Rate – San Juan Independent https://hardware-specs.net/size-cost-structures-growth-rate-san-juan-independent/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 20:47:47 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/size-cost-structures-growth-rate-san-juan-independent/ The Global computer-aided design software The market report offers an overview of the industry including definitions, applications, classifications and chain structure. The report provides a comprehensive assessment of the market studied, including key trends, historical data, current market scenario, opportunities, growth drivers, potential roadmap, and market players’ strategies. The report further includes regional analysis to […]]]>

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Pakistan’s weekly inflation rate rises 3.38pc after fuel price hike https://hardware-specs.net/pakistans-weekly-inflation-rate-rises-3-38pc-after-fuel-price-hike/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 04:24:14 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/pakistans-weekly-inflation-rate-rises-3-38pc-after-fuel-price-hike/ Due to the increase in oil prices, the rate of inflation as measured by Sensitive Price Index (SPI) in Pakistan increased by 3.38% from the previous week. The data was released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). The increase in weekly inflation is the highest since the change in the base year to measure […]]]>

Due to the increase in oil prices, the rate of inflation as measured by Sensitive Price Index (SPI) in Pakistan increased by 3.38% from the previous week.

The data was released by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS). The increase in weekly inflation is the highest since the change in the base year to measure the SPI, Dawn reported. Pakistan’s former finance minister Shaukat Tarin blamed the Imran Khan-led Pakistani government’s Tahreek-i-Insaf deal with the IMF for the price hike.

“Despite increasing petrol/diesel prices by Rs84/115 per litre, electricity/electricity prices by 50pc, you have not been able to satisfy the IMF. latest economic survey released by your government validates our strong economic performance, so stop blaming us and improve your government’s performance,” he tweeted.

In another tweet, he posted a graph of the basic monthly budget of a family of four which has risen to nearly 13,000 rupees since March 31, 2022, Dawn reported.

“The increase in petrol/diesel/electricity prices so far has had an impact on households. I don’t know how they are going to deal with this tsunami of inflation and coming.

“I worry how a poor man in Pakistan will survive in this situation,” he added.

Tarin predicted that annual inflation would be in the range of 25% to 30%.

Notably, petrol and diesel prices were increased by Rs84 and Rs115 per litre, respectively, while electricity tariffs were increased by 50%.

During the week under review, the year-over-year increase in the SPI was 27.82%.

After the country’s finance minister, Miftah Ismail, announced an increase in fuel prices on Wednesday, saying the decision was to reduce the budget deficit and restart support for loans from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), rallies of protest and dharnas were organized in some areas. Sindh, unhappy with rising fuel prices.

Protesters said a rise in the price of petrol would only lead to higher inflation, making life for the lower strata more miserable. Protesters also threatened to escalate the unrest if steps were not taken to control the runaway inflation, Pakistani vernacular media reported.

Prices for high-speed diesel (HSD), gasoline, kerosene and light diesel (LDO) have increased by 83%, 56%, 73% and 68.4% respectively since May 26.

On Wednesday, Ismail announced that the ex-depot price of high-speed diesel (HSD) has been set at PKR 263.31 per litre, jumping 83% since May 26 from PKR 144.15 per litre.

Petrol prices have risen from PKR 209.86 per liter to PKR 233.79, increasing by 56% from PKR 149.86 per liter before May 27.

The price of kerosene was set at PKR 211.43 per litre, jumping 73% since May 26 from PKR 118.31 per litre.

In addition, the ex-depot price of light diesel was set at PKR 207.4 per litre, up 68.5% from PKR 125.56 per liter in May.

Ever since the Shehbaz Sharif government came to power in Pakistan, daily necessities are becoming expensive and out of reach for the common man due to recent hikes in petrol prices and fuel tariffs. electricity, local media said. The Russian-Ukrainian war has also fueled inflation globally, leaving the Pakistani people in dire straits.

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Credit Suisse warns of ‘new world order’ in markets https://hardware-specs.net/credit-suisse-warns-of-new-world-order-in-markets/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 14:17:49 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/credit-suisse-warns-of-new-world-order-in-markets/ gHello. There are some early signs of how inflation is hitting retailers after Tesco warned the cost of living crisis was forcing customers to cut spending. Ken Murphy, chief executive of Tesco, warned the company was seeing ‘some early indications of changing customer behavior due to the inflationary environment’ amid ‘unprecedented’ increases in the cost […]]]>

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There are some early signs of how inflation is hitting retailers after Tesco warned the cost of living crisis was forcing customers to cut spending.

Ken Murphy, chief executive of Tesco, warned the company was seeing ‘some early indications of changing customer behavior due to the inflationary environment’ amid ‘unprecedented’ increases in the cost of living.

It came as the supermarket chain missed expectations for the first quarter as UK sales fell 1.5% from a strong trade lockdown last year.

Overall sales rose 2% to £13.6bn, which Tesco said was 9.9% ahead of pre-pandemic levels in 2019.

5 things to start your day

1) The Swiss franc “better than gold” to beat inflation Currency identified as new safe haven after surprise rate hike in Switzerland

2) World’s largest hedge fund with 6.9 billion euros bets against Europe Santander and ING caught in mega-shorts as euro zone faces recession

3) Gatwick forces airlines to cancel 4,000 summer flights The airport imposes daily limits which are expected to affect 800,000 holidaymakers over the next few months

4) Crypto meltdown sparks feeding frenzy for unemployed tech talent Companies are scrambling to take advantage of the current crypto winter in hopes that rookies will return to banking

5) Elon Musk tells Twitter staff to expect job cuts in first direct address Tesla chief aims to grow social media platform to 1 billion users

What happened overnight

Tokyo stocks opened sharply lower on Friday after a rout on Wall Street as more central banks raised interest rates in a bid to rein in runaway inflation, fueling recession fears.

The benchmark Nikkei 225 fell 2.6pc, while the broader Topix index slid 2.4pc.

Hong Kong shares opened with further losses on Friday morning. The Hang Seng index fell 0.7pc.

The Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.4pc, while the Shenzhen Composite Index on China’s second-largest stock exchange fell 0.8pc.

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  • Company : Halford (annual results); Tesco (commercial statement)
  • Economy: Inflation (EU)industrial production (WE)
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trough ASX; Consumer confidence plummets; Rex revamps services; Dow, S&P 500 down, Nasdaq rebounds; bonds jump; $A below US69¢; Ampol seeks $150m underdebt; Retail sales in China ahead https://hardware-specs.net/trough-asx-consumer-confidence-plummets-rex-revamps-services-dow-s-bonds-jump-a-below-us69%c2%a2-ampol-seeks-150m-underdebt-retail-sales-in-china-ahead/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 06:21:00 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/trough-asx-consumer-confidence-plummets-rex-revamps-services-dow-s-bonds-jump-a-below-us69%c2%a2-ampol-seeks-150m-underdebt-retail-sales-in-china-ahead/ Chinese stocks hit a three-month high, extending a recent outperformance against their global peers, as the country’s growth-oriented policy draws investors looking for a reprieve from a slump in the market. global market. The benchmark CSI 300 index jumped 2.3% on Wednesday, taking its gains in June to more than 5% amid a global sea […]]]>

Chinese stocks hit a three-month high, extending a recent outperformance against their global peers, as the country’s growth-oriented policy draws investors looking for a reprieve from a slump in the market. global market.

The benchmark CSI 300 index jumped 2.3% on Wednesday, taking its gains in June to more than 5% amid a global sea of ​​red. Them&The P 500 index plunged earlier in a bear market, as did a key MSCI Inc index of global stocks, with traders expecting a 75 basis point rate hike by the Federal Reserve later in the day.

Bets that China’s policy support will help revive the COVID-hit economy were boosted on Wednesday by better-than-expected May data on industrial production and retail sales. After being hammered through weeks of shutdowns in key cities, Chinese stocks showed extraordinary resilience in the latest global selloff, also helped by Beijing’s reminder of a crackdown on the key tech sector.

The gains came even as the People’s Bank of China kept its key rate unchanged. The central bank’s one-year medium-term lending facility rate was left at 2.85%. Some analysts surveyed were expecting a cut of 5 or 10 basis points.

Consumer prices in China rose just 2.1% in May from a year earlier, a fraction of the pace in the United States at 8.6%. This gives Chinese authorities room to further ease monetary and fiscal policy settings if necessary.

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Lloyds gives all staff £1,000 bonus as inflation bites https://hardware-specs.net/lloyds-gives-all-staff-1000-bonus-as-inflation-bites/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 14:22:13 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/lloyds-gives-all-staff-1000-bonus-as-inflation-bites/ ghello. We are starting the week with more dire economic data as the UK economy recorded a bigger than expected decline in April. GDP fell by 0.3 pc over the month. That beat economists’ forecasts and followed a 0.1pc decline in March. The figures reflect the impact of the 54% rise in energy prices in […]]]>

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We are starting the week with more dire economic data as the UK economy recorded a bigger than expected decline in April.

GDP fell by 0.3 pc over the month. That beat economists’ forecasts and followed a 0.1pc decline in March.

The figures reflect the impact of the 54% rise in energy prices in April, which exacerbated the cost of living crisis for British households as inflation soars.

All eyes will be on the Bank of England, which will announce its interest rate decision this week as it grapples with soaring prices and a slowing economy.

5 things to start your day

1) Ad boycott undermines GB News and free speech, says boss – Angelos Frangopoulos says advertising snub is ‘dangerous for public debate’

2) British staff try to boost productivity – working a four-day week Allegations of elitism and logistical problems hang over companies testing fewer hours

3) Work-from-home revolution leaves shopping streets ‘permanently scarred’ – Attendance is expected to remain 10% lower than it was before the pandemic

4) The serial entrepreneur who took a wrong turn in the used car boom – Alex Chesterman, founder of Zoopla and LoveFilm, fights to stop Cazoo’s slide

5) Wall Street giants resist EU bid to siphon off city jobs – US finance chiefs to voice concern over Brussels’ push to move bankers out of London

What happened overnight

Markets fell in Asia on Monday and the dollar rallied amid a global rout fueled by a print of better-than-expected US inflation that intensified bets on a more aggressive campaign of interest rate hikes of the Federal Reserve.

Asia followed suit, with Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, Taipei and Wellington down more than 2%, while Shanghai, Singapore, Manila and Jakarta fared almost as badly.

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  • Company : Molten Ventures, Sirius Real Estate (annual results)
  • Economy: GDP, industrial production, manufacturing production, trade balance (UK)
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ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 Release Date, Price and Specifications Information https://hardware-specs.net/asus-rog-zephyrus-m16-release-date-price-and-specifications-information/ Sat, 11 Jun 2022 14:37:16 +0000 https://hardware-specs.net/asus-rog-zephyrus-m16-release-date-price-and-specifications-information/ Last update: June 11, 2022 The ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 release date has arrived, and now you can buy this 16-inch but thin ASUS gaming laptop with different loads of different specs. This Intel 1440p gaming laptop is one of the most anticipated models of 2022 from a company at the top of its game. […]]]>

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 release date

The first one ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 were released at the end of April 2022, although it took about a month for the different spec versions to become available in different parts of the world. Either way, you can now buy one at most major retailers.

Price ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16

  • The The ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 price for the mid-high end model is around $2,149.99 which comes with Intel Core i9-12900H, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Ti 8GB (120W), 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD and a 165Hz 1440p display.
  • The The ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15 price for the highest-end model is around $3,149.99 which comes with Intel Core i9-12900H, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti (120W), 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD and a 165Hz 1440p display.

ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 Specifications

The ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 2022 release comes with various improvements over the 2021 release. The inclusion of a MUX switch is welcome, for that extra performance boost it gives, and ASUS has included webcams in all of them. its gaming laptops this year (about time!). Graphics card options range from the RTX 3050 Ti to the RTX 3080 Ti, although the higher-tier GPUs aren’t the most powerful in terms of TGP, compared to the XMG Neo 15 E22.

You only get one 16:10 1600p 165Hz screen option (we would have liked to see a 240Hz variant), although the 4ms average gray-to-gray response time is excellent, completely eliminating the ghosting at this refresh rate. The color gamut hits the 100% sRGB mark well and also handles 99% DCI-P3, meaning you can potentially use it as a creative laptop for color-based workflows as well as gaming on it. Contrast could be better, but it does get nice and bright at around 480 nits of peak brightness.

Interestingly, despite being equipped with a powerful 12th Gen Intel laptop processor, the Zephyrus M16 seems to slightly underperform the AMD Ryzen 6000 series-powered ASUS ROG Zephyrus G15, if one is to believe the first benchmark tests. Typically you’d expect the opposite to be true (which is one of the reasons you can get the equivalent G15 model for a bit cheaper), but as it is, despite the improvements at M16, there is no real reason to choose it. the G15 (which also has better battery life and 240Hz display options) for gaming only unless you really want the larger 16-inch display and Thunderbolt 4 support. The best reproduction colors and the best brightness can rock it though if you’re looking for a creative workstation and gaming machine.

Despite its 16-inch screen, the ASUS ROG Zephyrus M16 2022 iteration is incredibly light and the fans aren’t too loud compared to the competition, even when playing on the higher performance modes.

  • CPU: Intel Core i9-12900H
  • Chart: NVIDIA GeForce RTX RTX 3050 Ti (100W) / 3060 6GB (120W) / RTX 3070 Ti 8GB (120W) / RTX 3080 Ti 8GB (120W)
  • RAM: 16GB/32GB DDR5 4800MHz (supports up to 48GB if upgraded)
  • Storage: 1TB to 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Display: 16″ 2560 x 1600 IPS 165Hz
  • Ports: 1x 3.5mm combo audio jack, 1x HDMI 2.0b, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, 1x RJ45 LAN port, 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C supports DisplayPort/power delivery, 1x Thunderbolt 4
  • Lester: 2.00kg / 4.41lbs
  • Dimensions: 35.5 x 24.3 x 1.99cm / 13.98″ x 9.57″ x 0.78″

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The MSI Vector GP66 release date has come and gone and this high-performance, yet relatively affordable, gaming laptop is now available to buy from online retailers. For more information on the different specification options, as well as pricing and where you can purchase this machine, read below.

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MSI Vector GP66 release date

The MSI Vector GP66 release date was back late January 2022, although it took about a month for the different spec versions to become available in different parts of the world. Either way, you can now buy one at most major retailers.

MSI Vector GP66 Price

The The price of the MSI Vector GP66 ranges between approximately $2,000-$2,500 depending on variant, although you might be able to find the odd deal for a bit cheaper. Below are some examples of different laptop models specified by different retailers and the prices at which they are quoted.

MSI Vector GP66 Specifications

The MSI Vector GP series is the more affordable version of the premium MSI Raider GE series, which sacrifices battery life (you’ll get about 4 hours max of general use), I/O ports S, RGB lighting, and a lower quality webcam and microphone, though still passable by gaming laptop standards. Along those same lines, the keyboard and trackpad are decent, but not the best.

However, what you get if you decide to go for the RTX 3070 Ti or higher, is a very powerful gaming laptop with a 12th Gen Intel processor, which can deliver blistering FPS in any AAA title. want to throw, plus a great 360Hz 1080p display option for hardcore competitive gamers who want to get the most out of their game when playing an online shooter.

  • CPU: Intel Core i7-12700H / i9-12900H
  • Chart: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 6GB / RTX 3070 Ti 8GB (150W) / RTX 3080
  • RAM: 16GB/32GB/64GB DDR4 RAM
  • Storage: 1-2TB SSD
  • Display: 15.6″ IPS 1080p 360Hz / IPS 1080p 240Hz / IPS 1440p 165HZ
  • Ports: 1x Type-C (USB3.2 Gen2/DP), 2x Type-A USB3.2 Gen2, 1x RJ45, 1x SD Express, 1x (8K@60Hz/4K@120Hz) HDMI, 1x 3.5mm combo jack
  • Lester: 5.19 pounds
  • Dimensions: 14.09″ x 10.51″ x 0.92″

Where to buy the MSI Vector GP66

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