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Deutsche Bank will not do business in the future with U.S. President Donald Trump or his companies in the wake of his supporters’ assault on the U.S. Capitol, the New York Times reported.

Deutsche Bank is Trump’s biggest lender, with about $340 million in loans outstanding to the Trump Organization, the President’s umbrella group that is currently overseen by his two sons, according to Trump’s disclosures with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics dated July 31 last year, plus banking sources.

The move, reported by the NYT and citing a person familiar with the bank’s thinking, comes as Signature Bank – where Trump’s ethics disclosures show he has checking and money-market accounts – called for him to step down.

“The resignation of the president … is in the best interests of our nation and the American people,” Signature Bank said on its website.

A spokesman for Deutsche Bank declined to comment on Tuesday on the NYT report.
The Trump Organization did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment outside normal business hours, and the White House press office did not answer the phone.

Christiana Riley, the head of Deutsche Bank’s U.S. operations, condemned the Jan. 6 violence in Washington in a post on LinkedIn last week.

“We are proud of our Constitution and stand by those who seek to uphold it to ensure that the will of the people is upheld and a peaceful transition of power takes place,” she wrote.

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Today Azerbaijan starts vaccination against coronavirus

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Azerbaijan starts vaccination against COVID-19 infection today.

Report informs that vaccination will be voluntary and state-funded.

The country has received 4 million doses of Chinese-made Sinovac vaccine for 2 million people.

The vaccine will be given to a person in two doses. The interval between doses is 21 days.

At the initial stage, only public hospitals will carry out a vaccination process.

The vaccine will be stored in storage facilities under the "cold chain" conditions.

In the first stage in Azerbaijan, people at high risk will be vaccinated. The high-risk populations covered by COVID-19 vaccination are:

Stage 1 – Health workers; Persons over 65 years of age;

Staff involved in anti-epidemic measures by law enforcement agencies;

Stage 2 – Medically high-risk group (those with chronic diseases of the respiratory system, hemodialysis, diabetes, obesity);

– Persons aged 50 years and older who have at least one chronic disease;

-Employees working in the education and social sector, ASAN Service and DOST centers, permanent residents of social enterprises, persons working in the public transport sector, telecommunications operators and providers, and employees, who are in direct contact with the population in the postal and the banking sector; –

People in high-risk jobs (working in areas vital to society – national and regional security, justice, finance, etc.).

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CBA currency exchange rates (18.01.2021)

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According to the official exchange rates of the Central Bank of Azerbaijan for today, the USD remained unchanged at AZN 1.7000, EUR decreased by 0.66% to AZN 2.0516, and RUB fell by 0.43% to AZN 0.0231.

Currency

Exchange rates

1 USD (US dollar)

1.7000

1 EUR (Euro)

2.0516

1 RUB (Russian ruble)

0.0231

1 AUD (Australian dollar)

1.3063

1 ARS (Argentinean peso)

0.0198

1 BYN (Belarusian ruble)

0.6660

1 BRL (Brazilian real)

0.3208

1 UAE dirham

0.4628

1 ZAR (South African rand)

0.1115

100 KRW (South Korean won)

0.1537

1 CZK (Czech koruna)

0.0784

100 CLP (Chilean peso)

0.2317

1 CNY (Chinese yuan)

0.2620

1 DKK (Danish krone)

0.2758

1 GEL (Georgian lari)

0.5161

1 HKD (Hong Kong dollar)

0.2193

1 INR (Indian rupee)

0.0232

1 GBP (British pound)

2.3056

100 IDR (Indonesian rupiah)

0.0121

100 IRR (Iranian rial)

0.0040

1 SEK (Swedish krona)

0.2022

1 CHF (Swiss franc)

1.9060

1 ILS (Israeli shekel)

0.5206

1 CAD (Canadian dollar)

1.3303

1 KWD (Kuwaiti dinar)

5.6075

1 KZT (Kazakhstani tenge)

0.0040

1 KGS (Kyrgyzstani som)

0.0204

100 LBP (Lebanese pound)

0.1122

1 MYR (Malaysian ringgit)

0.4199

1 MXN (Mexican peso)

0.0856

1 MDL (Moldovan leu)

0.0983

1 EGP (Egyptian pound)

0.1085

1 NOK (Norwegian krone)

0.1981

100 ‎UZS (Uzbekistani som)

0.0163

1 PLN (Polish złoty)

0.4522

1 SGD (Singapore dollar)

1.2754

1 SAR (Saudi Arabian riyal)

0.4532

1 SDR (IMF)

2.4487

1 TRY (Turkish lira)

0.2276

1 TWD (Taiwan dollar)

0.0607

1 TJS (Tajikistani somoni)

0.1506

1TMT (New Turkmenistan Manat)

0.4857

1 UAH (Ukrainian hryvnia)

0.0604

100 JPY (Japanese yen)

1.6386

1 ‎NZD (New Zealand dollar)

1.2108

Gold (1 ounce)

3107.8295

Silver (1 ounce)

42.2195

Platinum (1 ounce)

1840.5220

Palladium (1 ounce)

4057.1350

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Global Covid cases exceed 95 mln

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The number of coronavirus cases confirmed all over the world has surpassed 95 million, while the global COVID-19 death toll stands at over two million, according to the latest data from the Johns Hopkins University's Coronavirus Resource Center.

As of 06:45 Moscow time on Monday (03:45 GMT), there are 95,003,533 confirmed coronavirus cases in the world. The global death toll from COVID-19 stands at 2,029,938. The number of recovered individuals stands at 52,269,644.

The United States, India, and Brazil remain the top three countries in terms of the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases. Russia comes fourth.
The US has registered 23,928,643 COVID-19 cases and has the largest COVID-19 death toll of all the countries in the world (397,500).

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