May 11, 2020 In  HSE, -year

Aemilius Cupero News: Will ‘Ubisoft Forward’ Dupe Us With Another Valhalla Bait & Switch?

Ubisoft has announced a replacement E3-style showcase dubbed Ubisoft Forward. The digital-only broadcast, scheduled for June 12, will feature “exclusive game news, exciting reveals, and much more.” Let’s hope it features gameplay after last week’s Assassin’s Creed Valhalla misfire. The E3-less summer schedule is starting to take shape. After revealing that it was eyeing up…

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Aemilius Cupero News: The Fed’s Housing Market Survey Has Never Looked This Bearish

The Federal Reserve’s Survey of Consumer Expectations shows a deterioration in Americans’ view of the economy. For the first time since the financial crisis, respondents expect home values to flat-line over the next year. Listing prices are down across several major metro regions. The Federal Reserve’s monthly survey of consumer expectations has painted a bleak…

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Aemilius Cupero News: ‘Dumb Money’ FOMO Could Trap the Dow Jones in a Downward Spiral

There’s a wide divergence between how consumers feel about the economy and the stock market. As Americans grow more fearful about the economy, they’re expressing even more confidence in the stock market. Does this mean the “FOMO rally” that fueled the Dow Jones recovery is about to come to an end? The stock market is…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Here’s Why the Dow Didn’t Crash Despite This Grisly COVID-19 Milestone

The Dow Jones flatlined during a relatively uneventful start to the week. Hopes of a V-shaped recovery continue to support the U.S. stock market, even as global coronavirus cases top 4 million. Negative interest rates have become a realistic possibility in the United States, and one Harvard economist even thinks they are a great idea.…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Will a $100 Undercut Be Enough for the Xbox Series X to Beat PS5?

Industry insiders have claimed that the Xbox Series X will undercut the PS5 by $100. This means Xbox wouldn’t reveal its price until after PS5. While being cheaper will be a boon for Microsoft’s hardware, it doesn’t guarantee victory. We still don’t have a price for the Xbox Series X yet. But, according to two…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Alison Roman Just Pulled off 2020’s Biggest Upset Victory Over Chrissy Teigen

Author Alison Roman bashes Chrissy Teigen’s cooking products. Teigen announces a break from Twitter over the drama. Roman pulls off possible the underdog win of the year. American model, television personality, and author Chrissy Teigen announced Sunday that she is stepping away from Twitter. She’s placing a privacy lock on her account following criticism from…

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Aemilius Cupero News: $$$: Ubisoft is Already Paywalling Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Missions

Ubisoft has revealed an exclusive Assassin’s Creed Valhalla pre-order bonus mission. The mission will gravitate around the old English epic poem, Beowulf. Ubisoft is already pay-walling content before we’ve even seen any gameplay Following last week’s supposed Assassin’s Creed Valhalla gameplay trailer, Ubisoft has revealed the pre-order bonuses headed to players that fork out cash…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Sony’s PS5 ‘Assistant’ Time-Keeper Might Just Spoil Your Games

Sony has filed a new PlayStation 5 patent for a telemetry-based time-keeping feature. The ‘in-game durational information platform’ will provide players information about how long it takes to beat specifics missions or quests as well as provide advice on reducing that time. The patent has the potential to spoil crucial parts of games. A new…

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Aemilius Cupero News: Dow Futures Slip as Coronavirus Second Wave Panic Breaks

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) struggled on Monday following a volatile overnight session. A potential second wave of coronavirus infections flared up in Wuhan, China and South Korea. Analysts say that a second wave of the virus isn’t fully priced into the stock market yet. As the U.S. and Europe begin to re-open their…

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Aemilius Cupero News: 3 common pandemic scams highlighted by domain name analysis

While coronavirus lockdowns may be slowly starting to unwind, the attempts to use the pandemic to scam people continues to gain steam. According to an analysis of coronavirus-related domain names by cybersecurity firm Cujo.AI, these scams fall into three general categories: fake products, financial fraud, and impersonating health organizations. The findings are the latest reminder…

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