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Cryptocurrencies: US Regulators Rush To First Major Cryptocurrency Rules

WASHINGTON: After largely standing on the sidelines for years as cryptocurrency has shifted from a digital curiosity to a volatile but widely adopted innovation, federal regulators are rushing to address potential risks for consumers and financial markets. Their concerns only grew as new and established businesses rushed to find ways …

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Fight inflation with these traditional knowledge strategies

Indraneel Karlekar is Head of Research for Principal Real Estate, which manages nearly $ 100 billion. He told Insider he believes investors will continue to use real estate as a hedge against inflation. He also touched on 3 other themes guiding real estate investment decisions. American investors are increasingly concerned …

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Business This Week | The Economist

Sep 25, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. A global shortage of natural gas supplies continued to shake the markets. Prices have skyrocketed in recent weeks, especially in Europe, following a convergence of unfavorable …

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Bitcoin will really drain the swamp

The oft-cited phrase might actually mean something if the motivations behind the policy change. “Same Ditto, but different Ditto” While Trump recently popularized the phrase “drain the swamp,” his execution and his point of view were wrong. Politicians in the United States have been viewed negatively for at least the …

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BUSD: A Case Study For Stablecoin Compliance And Security

Stablecoins have emerged as big players in the crypto market this year, driven by user demand for flexible liquidity in times of fiat money. These currencies are defined as a type of digital currency that can be pegged to or backed by underlying real-world assets. These assets can be anything …

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Asian Stocks, Wall Street Holds Profits After Federal Reserve Statement | Associated press |

Thursday’s Asian share is reported by the Federal Reserve Later this year, we may start easing special measures to support the economy. Shares rose in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Australia and Taiwan, but fell in South Korea and Malaysia. US futures were higher. The market has closed in Tokyo. The US …

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Asset management technology news | Industry task force reports on cyber threat to market infrastructure

An industry task force has released a white paper on Cyber ​​Threat Data Protection and Validation for Financial Market Infrastructure (IMF). The working group, sponsored by the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IPPC-IOSCO) Specialist Group on Cyber ​​Resilience, examines how MFI firms …

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FlexShares Launches New Range of Four Climate-Focused ESG ETFs

On On Tuesday, Northern Trust Asset Management’s FlexShares® exchange-traded funds announced the launch of a new lineup of core climate-focused ESG ETFs. These funds include the FlexShares ESG & Climate US Large Cap Core Index Fund (NYSE: FEUS), the FlexShares ESG & Climate Developed Markets ex-US Core Index Fund (NYSE: …

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6 high-yield energy funds to stay ahead of inflation

Closed end energy-based funds with high returns could help you beat inflation. David McNew / Getty Images Text size Inflation is peaking, at least that’s what government bean counters tell us. But anyone who’s been to the grocery store, gas station, or paid their utility bills might say otherwise. Of …

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Wall Street suffers worst drop since May as global markets collapse

Stocks faded on Monday as investors feared the governments of the world’s two largest economies – China and the United States – could act in ways that undermine the nascent global economic recovery. The sell-off started in Asia and spread to Europe before landing in the United States, where the …

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