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Business Briefing: Thursday 21-09-2017 Market News & Forex, FTSE, DOW, Bitcoin & Gold

Business & Commercial Briefing: including Forex movements, Gold and FTSE 100

Commodities Update – The Latest from the Financial Markets FTSE & DOW

Equities and Assets The Markets react to weakened Dollar… 607 more words

UK

Harga Emas Terjungkal Seusai Rapat Bank Sentral AS

Seputarforex.comHarga emas turun sekitar 1 persen setelah rapat kebijakan bank sentral AS (Federal Open Market Committee/FOMC) mengindikasikan akan dilakukannya kenaikan suku bunga ketiga akhir tahun ini. 296 more words

NEWS

The World Is Creeping Toward De-Dollarization, by Ronald-Peter Stöferle

The US is slowly losing a huge economic advantage: having the world’s reserve currency. From Ronald-Peter Stöferle at mises.org:

The issue of when a global reserve currency begins or ends is not an exact science. 385 more words

Debt

Trump’s Speech and Why it was All About the Dollar

There was little to like in Donald Trump’s UN speech yesterday.  A tired rehash of half-truths, omissions and outright lies it ticked all the pro-US boxes, played to the peanut gallery and let everyone know that the new sheriff plays by the same old rules. 1,107 more words

Could bitcoin eventually replace the US$ as the global reserve currency?

Bitcoin’s raging war against conventional currency has been spectacular to watch. Extraordinary price rallies and equally daunting descents, accompanied by public shaming by CEOs like Jamie Dimon, whilst other celebrities are jumping on the bandwagon and fueling the hype. 1,690 more words

Financial Markets

Business Briefing: Wednesday 20-09-2017 Market News & Forex, FTSE, DOW, Bitcoin & Gold

Business & Commercial Briefing: including Forex movements, Gold and FTSE 100

Commodities Update – The Latest from the Financial Markets FTSE & DOW

Equities and Assets The Markets react to weakened Dollar… 606 more words

UK

Money 3.0: Cryptocurrencies

Recently, Jamie Dimon called Bitcoin a ‘fraud’. This coming from the CEO of JP Morgan, the bank that has been fined more than any other, save one, for financial crimes since the Great Recession of 2008. 1,849 more words

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