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cryptoswi

Who we are?

CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED (CSWI) has emerged from the holding company Lion Rock Group Limited. The central office of LionRockGroup Limited is based in Hong Kong. Since 2011, CRYPTO SOFTWARE INCORPORATED has been operating as an independent company specializing in software and crypto security issues. Since its inception, CSWI has worked closely with the largest British financial institutions, trading platforms in the UK, the USA, and in the countries of the Asia-Pacific region, with scientific and educational centers of these countries and with companies specializing in international trade security.
Who we are?

Packages

Standard
$20 min
$399 max
15 days
1.10 %
Business
$400 min
$2999 max
25 days
1.20 %
Premium
$3000 min
$19999 max
35 days
1.33 %
VIP
$20000 min
$100000 max
60 days
1.70 %

News

China Reportedly Planning to Abandon ChemChina-Sinochem Merger
31.10.2019

10.31.2019 China is planning to ditch a megamerger between state-owned giants ChemChina and Sinochem (SS:600500), the Financial Times reported citing two unnamed sources. The decision came amid increasing worries to bring the two groups’ management teams together. China is also concerned of how the U.S.

StockBeat: PSA, Fiat Surge on Merger Talks; Renault Cold-Shouldered
30.10.2019

10.30.2019 Confirmation of merger talks between Peugeot parent PSA Group (PA:PEUP) and Fiat Chrysler (MI:FCHA) sent both stocks skyrocketing on Wednesday, while Renault's (PA:RENA) made fresh losses on fears that it stands most to lose from any such combination. By 5:15 AM ET (0900 GMT), FCA shares were up 8.6% in Milan, mirroring their rise in after-hours trading in New York on Tuesday.

Hong Kong Bank Profits Seen Falling 67% in JPMorgan's Worst Case
29.10.2019

10.29.2019 Months of protests, a worsening economy and a plunge in property prices could translate into severe pain for Hong Kong’s banks, and threatens to end the city’s status as a “safe haven” for customers’ savings, according to JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) & Co. A stress test performed by the U.S. bank projected that local lenders including Hang Seng Bank Co. and Bank of East Asia Ltd. could see earnings slump 24% to 45% next year and 39% to 67% in 2021.