"The Bank of England was the first major central bank to blink in this global game of chicken..."
Let's discuss an alleged flight to Bitcoin claim and what it means.
Since Fed Chair Powell unleashed his short-and-sweet uber-hawkish comments in late August at Jackson Hole, market expectations for The Fed's terminal rate (cycle high before pause or cuts resume) has surged hawkishly (adding 100bps of hikes).
Gold and silver dumped and pumped this week - after a week of consolidation - against a background of a rising dollar on the foreign exchanges.
Central bank to spend £5bn a day for 13 days over 'material risk to UK financial stability' and threat to pensions
... "Material Risk" To Financial Stability
...Into A Complete Bond Market Collapse, Pension Fund Wipe Out
The monetary authorities of four jurisdictions in Asia have carried out tests with international settlements using state-issued digital currencies.
Reserve Bank of Australia is researching the potential benefits of launching a central bank digital currency.
China's economy may be at the point of no return, and it's got everything to do with the three "Ds". Two of these I've spoken about before in some detail, but the third almost nobody knows about.
In this first instalment of a new series, Iain Davis and Whitney Webb explore how the UN's "sustainable development" policies, the SDGs, do not promote "sustainability" as most conceive of it and instead utilise the same debt imperialism lo
ANALYSIS: Europe to become "ECONOMIC WASTELAND" as industry dies, banks fail and food production plunges
Banking and financial firms in London are closely studying and updating contingency electricity supply plans to protect themselves and their customers in case power outages hit the UK this winter.
"We're in a period of global gloom, with pessimism blanketing different countries for different reasons."
It's the economics of energy production that make petrostates more trigger-happy, Emma Ashford argues in Oil, the State, and War.
The dollar index is at 20-year highs. This has led to talk of the dollar getting "too strong," even as some worry that a "post-dollar" world could be on the horizon.
"It's possible to have more than one reserve currency."
Just as last week ended, with a relentless meltup in the exponentially rising US dollar, coupled with a collapse in cable, the yen, yuan, euro and so on, not to mention stocks and bonds, so the new week begins only this time the moves are even faster