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Talk of central bank settlement system transformation is neglecting the astounding impact the last transformation had on system liquidity.
No one seemed to question whether the interests of banks were really aligned with those of start-ups
Building diamond empires; What we can learn from another historical centre of innovation; Can UBI lead to despotism? plus much more...
David Levy on what if we’re not investing too little, but too much in a?“bubble or nothing” economy that doesn’t generate enough income??
ICE introduces deliverable futures, and crypto crashes.?
And why ultimately everything’s conflicted in our highly specialised and esoteric financial market.
Boeing managing processes; Why we love to call everything a bubble; What’s going on in Germany’s economy? plus, much, much more...
And how it came to impact repo rates.
The NY Fed is responding to a major repo rate spike, which some analysts are blaming on a structural shortage of bank reserves but weirdly enough not on the oil price.
They are ill-equipped to deal with retail customers and the compliance checks involved
A 20 per cent move may be a regular occurrence in crypto markets, but in commodity markets it’s exceptional and potentially indicative of a point of no return.?
The grandmaster diet; smoking to kick vaping; AOC on WeWeork; plus much, much more...
Stablecoins are dollarisation by proxy.?
... the dying liquidity they offer ain’t ever going to be much of a living for crypto outlaws.?
Senior executives at the financial standard setting body stand accused of influencing a market manipulation case under pressure from one of their member banks.
That time Musk illuminated the dusk on a movie set at Universal Studios and implied he did it with functional integrated solar roof tiles....
Bethany Mclean takes on Elon; Robotaxis might be a red herring; Tesla’s Project Titan; plus much, much more...
Released by the Obamas’ production company, this documentary gives remarkable insight into a new Chinese-owned factory in Ohio
It’s called the Fed’s foreign RRP facility. And it feeds on curve inversion.
This time an in-house dispute between management and engineer factions about the future of DLT development at R3.
History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.?
Enthusiasts forget that employers have used salary tokens to tie up labour
When microloans go wrong; what exactly is WeWork?; a new Satoshi claimant; plus much more...
The ride-sharing company posts a staggering loss, misses on revenue and becomes cash-burning performance art.
Critics of Italy’s mini-BOT identify the threat in the wrong place