The last week observed a few ups and downs in diverse global industries. JSB Market Research’s new ThrowbackThursday series a new weekly update for its readers. Now, get a closer view of the market every week!
Subsea 7 gives a push to its new oil and gas projects
Subsea 7 plans to continue its Engineering Conversion Program. The company invests in skilled engineers for building new careers in subsea oil and gas industry. The new project installation engineers will be given the responsibility for the delivery and execution of its upcoming ventures.
California powers FCV with 40 new hydrogen fuel stations
Forty new Hydrogen Fuelling stations in California encourage fuel cell viability with its active presence. Fuel Cell Vehicles owners driving from San Diego to Lake Tahoe now will not lose out of hydrogen fuel as the new stations get them covered. It has encouraged other regions in the states to push forward hydrogen fuel stations sooner than later.
Finance industries face most Cyber trouble
Recent cybersecurity research reports found that there’s more threat of cybersecurity in the financial industries. For finance institutes, brokerage firms and other banking organizations, SQL injection attacks, Ransomware, and cross-site scripting are said to be the highest expected threats.
US Trade War to affect medical device technologies market
The medical devices market feels the heat on an international level due to the US trade war with China. Though the latest innovations in the technologies of medical devices such as 3D biopsies, improved CMR surgical has big promises, the trade war hampers its global growth.
Saudi Arabia emerges as the largest outbound travel market
As per the recent Saudi Arabia outbound travel and tourism report, the residents of Saudi Arabia are the biggest spenders when it comes to traveling abroad. For Saudis, UAE, Bahrain, and Jordan are the top destinations for traveling.
– Written by Gauri Ludbe