Red Friday Mediaworld is back: discounts from Black Friday on many products!

Red Friday Mediaworld is back: discounts from Black Friday on many products!

Red Friday Mediaworld is back

If you are looking for a new tech device or home appliance at a really discounted price, we advise you not to miss the Red Friday offers available from Mediaworld. In the adherent section you can really find everything, from tech devices of all kinds up to washing machines and refrigerators down by up to 40%! To facilitate your searches, the store has created very useful sub-categories including Computer, TV, Smartphone and much more.

Among the various proposals, the offer not to be missed is the one active on the Apple MacBook 13 ”Air with 256 GB of memory. Only for a short time, you can take it home at a cost of € 899.00 instead of € 1,159.00. Therefore, as this is a top of the range item at a very discounted price, we invite you to complete your purchase before the price rises again!

The 13 "MacBook Air is ideal if you are looking for a premium quality PC that perfectly combines portability and power at an affordable price. Thanks to the c hip Apple M1 and its GPU, both faster and more responsive than previous components, the performance of this laptop is more than extraordinary. In addition, the presence of 8-core CPU, efficiency core and performance core guarantees you an unprecedented pace, while managing to consume a tenth of the energy. And it is also thanks to the CPU that this MacBook Air can also better support your photo and video editing work.

Not least, the M1 chip and macOS Monterey work together to make the entire system smoother and more responsive than the previous generation, ensuring super-fast, jerk-free navigation of any kind. The 13.3 "Retina display is a further point in favor of your purchase: thanks to the resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels, the images reach an unparalleled level of detail with vivid and sharp colors. It even manages to show you 25% more hue than the sRGB color spectrum.

We would like to clarify that the 13 ″ MacBook Air is ideal if you usually work on your PC non-stop, since the device automatically adjusts the white balance and brightness of the screen thanks to True Tone technology. The latter is designed to never tire your eyes, regardless of the light conditions around you or the more or less prolonged use you make of the laptop. At the moment, you can take it home at a cost of only € 899.00 instead of € 1,159.00.

Read also: Steam brooms | The best of 2022 The product we talked about is just a taste of all the items that you can find on sale during this period, so we strongly advise you not to miss the offers and take an in-depth look at the page Mediaworld dedicated.

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U.S. stocks open lower, edging back into the red for the week

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are opening lower on Wall Street Friday, putting indexes back into the red for the week. Big technology companies and Tesla were among the biggest losers in the early going. Treasury yields were higher after the government reported stronger-than-expected hiring last month, keeping the Federal Reserve on track for a series of extra-large interest rate hikes aimed at bringing inflation under control and slowing down the economy. The S&P 500 fell 1.1% and the tech-heavy Nasdaq was down 1.9%. The Dow fell 0.7%. The yield on the 10-year Treasury, which helps set interest rates on mortgages, rose to 2.96%.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP’s earlier story follows below.

NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street pointed lower ahead of the opening bell Friday after the U.S. government’s monthly jobs report highlighted a healthy job market despite concerns that the economy would weaken as the Federal Reserve raises interest rates to fight inflation.

Futures for the Dow industrials slipped 0.6% while futures for the S&P 500 fell 0.8%.

Major U.S. benchmarks are up slightly this week heading into Friday’s open, aiming for a second straight week of gains after a seven-week losing streak.

U.S. employers added a healthy 390,000 jobs in May, well ahead of economists’ forecast of 325,000 but short of the 400,000-plus level that the economy has produced each the past 12 months. The unemployment rate was unchanged at a low 3.6%, the Labor Department said Friday.

That robust environment has developed despite inflation hovering near a four-decade high and worries about higher borrowing rates and a potential recession. Yet employers remain generally optimistic. Consumers have kept up their spending despite their intensifying concerns about higher prices.

Trading has been choppy in recent days as investors remain worried about inflation and the interest rate increases the U.S. Federal Reserve is using to fight it. Wall Street is concerned that Fed interest rate hikes could slow economic growth too much and potentially send the economy into a recession.

Meanwhile high inflation is eating into corporate profits, while the war in Ukraine and COVID-19 restrictions in China have also weighed on markets.

European shares teetered between gains and losses at midday, with France’s CAC 40 and Germany’s DAX both adding less than 0.1%. Trading was closed in Britain for a national holiday.

Markets were also closed in China for the Dragon Boat Festival, a national holiday. Benchmarks in the rest of Asia edged higher, cheered by a rally overnight on Wall Street.

Japan and the U.S. signed a revision on the “beef safeguard” mechanism under the U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement, which will help American beef producers meet Japan’s growing demand for high-quality beef. The deal will reduce the chances Japan’s safeguard duties would be imposed on U.S. beef, both sides said. That happened in early 2021.

“Together, the United States and Japan are demonstrating our commitment to working together on shared priorities to achieve concrete, economically meaningful results for our people,” said U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai.

Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 jumped 1.3% to finish at 27,761.57. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 added 0.9% to 7,238.80, while South Korea’s Kospi gained 0.4% to 2,670.65.

Bond yields were relatively stable. The yield on the 10-year Treasury, which helps set interest rates on mortgages and other loans, was back up to 2.93% after a slight dip.

In energy trading, benchmark U.S. crude rose 54 cents to $117.41 a barrel. Brent crude, the international standard, gained 61 cents to $118.22 a barrel.

An OPEC meeting Thursday where oil-producing nations decided to boost some output failed to steady energy prices significantly.

“To say the OPEC meeting outcome disappointed expectations would be an understatement,” said Stephen Innes, managing partner at SPI Asset Management.

In currency trading, the U.S. dollar edged up to 130.17 Japanese yen from 129.87 yen. The euro cost $1.0737, down from $1.0752.

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