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Scrap the penny? How about the $100 bill? There’s a new argument that calls for doing away with the c-note and other high-value banknotes because they facilitate crime, corruption, and terrorism. 231 more words
The euro zone needs to press ahead with structural reforms and closer integration, including a euro zone finance ministry, to deliver sustainable growth, the heads of the French and German central banks wrote in a German newspaper on Monday. 268 more words
As published in the FC.
This week regulators in the UK granted scientists the permission to genetically modify human embryos. Even though implanting the engineered embryos into a woman remains illegal, the world might be ready to meet the first generation of designer babies sooner than later. 1,026 more words
FRANKFURT—The European Central Bank is ready to boost its stimulus in March if needed, but central bank action shouldn’t be seen as a “magic wand” to solve problems in the eurozone’s economy, a member of the ECB’s Governing Council said. 483 more words