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French Central Bank Completes CBDC Pilot on Private Blockchain

France’s central bank announced on Tuesday that it has successfully completed a pilot transaction with a central bank digital currency (CBDC) last month that has captured the full settlement cycle.Banque de France collaborated with London-based SETL, a settlement and payments infrastructure provider, to receive the necessary distributed ledger technology (DLT) and also the infrastructure for the issuance and redemption of the digital currency. SETL’s IZNES team was responsible for...

Economist Slams ECB Chief Lagarde’s Bitcoin Remarks as Dangerous for Cryptocurrency Regulation

Responding to European Central Bank (ECB) President Christine Lagarde’s recent remarks about bitcoin, the chief economist at investment firm Tressis said what Lagarde implied was “outrageous” and “dangerous” for cryptocurrency regulation. Economist Says Governments Would Be Happy to Implement Strict Crypto Regulations Daniel Lacalle, fund manager and chief economist at Tressis Gestion, commented on Christine Lagarde’s recent remarks about bitcoin and crypto regulation in an interview with NTD...

The ECB Has Quietly Launched Yield Curve Control… Just Don’t Call It Yield Curve Control

When the BOJ - that experiment guinea pig among "developed" central banks which now holds a record 133% of Japan's GDP on its balance sheet and which simply can't stop intervening or Japan's economy will implode in an instant - launched Yield Curve Control in late 2016, most market participants knew that it was just a matter of time before this particular experiment came to every other "developed"...

Hit by pandemic, eurozone sees ghost of the debt crisis

BRUSSELS - European governments fear the Covid-19 pandemic will punish the most fragile economies the hardest, widening gaps between EU member states and reviving memories of the eurozone debt crisis. Much has changed in the European economy since the crisis a decade ago, but recent data shows that the countries that suffered the most back then are still the most vulnerable today. Eurozone finance ministers, meeting by videoconference,...

Key Events This Week: Risk Sentiment Needs A Catalyst

“This is a remarkable achievement for the world’s second largest economy, considering that other major economies are still battling with extended lockdowns and are facing the threat of a double-dip recession.”Following such a headline, only benchmark indices in China and Hong Kong are climbing, while the rest of Asia is in the red. The Hang Seng index is making further strides in breaking out of its multi-year downtrend,...

Dark Days Are Far From Over: Five Questions For The ECB

LONDON: The European Central Bank will this week face more questions about an increasingly challenging outlook only a month after it unleashed fresh stimulus to bolster the euro zone economy.Policymakers boosted emergency bond buys by 500 billion euros ($607 bln) in December. But resurgent COVID-19 cases, new restrictions on activity in countries including Germany and France and the slow roll-out of vaccines has cast doubt over the pace...

Bitcoin: Imagining A Central Bank Buy In

A photoshopped image of a staff member of China Citic Bank in Hangzhou holding Chinese currency ... [+] notes emblazoned with the Bitcoin symbol on them. (Art by Kenneth Rapoza) Costfoto/Barcroft Media via Getty Images Bitcoin has become a mainstream Wall Street investment now. It’s on every investor’s radar. So like any other investment, you have to wonder: what can the government do to screw it up, or...

Netflix, Goldman Sachs, Intel, Bank of America, and Other Stocks to Watch

U.S. stock and bond markets will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. Earning season ramps up when investors return on Tuesday, starting with Bank of America, Goldman Sachs Group, Halliburton, and Netflix. On Wednesday, Morgan Stanley, Procter & Gamble, United Airlines Holdings, and UnitedHealth Group all report. Intel, IBM, and Union Pacific go on Thursday, followed by Kansas City Southern and Schlumberger on Friday....

Euro Forecast: EUR/USD Week Ahead Outlook Poor, ECB Meeting in Focus

Fundamental Euro Forecast: NeutralAfter the recent falls in EUR/USD there are plenty of reasons to still be bearish, including weak German economic growth, another political crisis in Italy and a slow vaccine rollout in the EU.Moreover, little is expected from the coming week’s ECB meeting, with all the central bank’s key settings likely to remain unchanged.However, it is also possible that all the bad news has been priced...

New Bitcoin Billionaires | Bitcoin Banks Coming

Billionaire with bitcoin getty BITCOIN’S 40,000 MPH SPEED BUMP If you didn’t check the price of bitcoin this week, you would be forgiven for thinking that nothing happened of consequence. However, it had a very volatile couple of days. After staying above $40,000 for much of January 10, by the next morning bitcoin was threatening to fall below $30,000. Additionally, this sudden fall led to double-digit drops in many altcoins,...

The Dow Dropped Exxon Mobil in August. But as Oil Prices Rise, So Does Its Stock.

Illustration by Elias Stein The day before the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped Exxon Mobil in August, the stock was trading under $40 and investors were betting that it would have to cut its dividend. One analyst even suggested that it merge with Chevron and change its name. But Exxon hasn’t faded into obscurity. Instead, the stock has started gaining new fans. In just the past week, three...

Bitcoin slides back below $35,000 as volatile trading week comes to a close

Reuters Bitcoin slid on Friday as investors took profits from the volatile trading week.The cryptocurrency fell as much as 11%, to $34,409.04, at intraday lows.The slide closes out bitcoin's second most volatile week in the last three years. Choppy trading saw the token climb as high as $41,440 and fall as low as $30,324.The week also saw more voices dismiss the cryptocurrency as a dangerous market bubble.Billionaire investor...
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