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Tuomas Malinen Sep 25
A lot of talk about the role of the going forward. I think now would be a good time to recap the market bailout operations during the past few years. So, a thread on the 'stealth socialization' of the financial markets by the central bankers. 1/20
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CrossBorder Capital Sep 25
World QE is starting to accelerate again in latest week to Wed 23rd Sept 39.8% annualised 3m growth
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Pictet Group Sep 25
”Ecological considerations in ’ decision-making process may lead to ultra-low interest rates to facilitate public and private long-term investment. Returns from instruments could suffer as a consequence.“ – ’s
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Central Bank Rates Sep 26
The Central Bank of Colombia cuts Key Rate to 1.75 % (- 0.25)
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Jurrien Timmer Sep 25
With “all in” through zero or negative rates & trillions in (below), the onus is clearly on fiscal policy to keep the policy pedal to the metal.
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Donny 'Don' aka SatoshiDon Sep 24
Digital Dollar $$$ is round the corner folks!! Excerpts from the Bill. Read the full document
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Lodewijk Hof Sep 26
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James Turk Sep 24
With previous support levels broken, the best outcome for and is a V-bottom, like gold formed in March. With debasing the purchasing power of currencies and gov’ts accepting the illusion that is viable, the reasons to buy physical metal remain.
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Donny 'Don' aka SatoshiDon Sep 26
24 Hours away from the close of the public sale..I have a gut feeling this is gonna be HUGE.With using them for & the only with between !! 🤯...The partnerships with real world behemoths like etc✊
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Alessandro Magnoli Bocchi Sep 24
Change is needed. In the absence of bold decisions, rising inequality will foster populism and nationalism, putting democracy at risk.
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GLOBSEC Sep 25
Peter Kažimír, Governor of the National Bank of , will be part of a distinguished panel at GLOBSEC Tatra Summit 9-10 October 2020, discussing monetary policy strategy post-pandemic.
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Central Bank Rates Sep 23
The Bank of Thailand maintains Policy Rate at 0.50 % (Last Change: May 20, 2020)   
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SETL Sep 22
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FXStreet News Sep 24
Fed's Barkin: Fed has freedom to act if financial stability risks arise By
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Central Bank Rates Sep 26
The next Monetary Meeting of the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago will be held on Dec 30
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Central Bank Rates Sep 26
The Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago maintains Repo Rate at 3.50 % (Last Change: Mar 17, 2020) ...
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Samir Saran Sep 25
and in after I write with the brilliant ⁦⁩ for ⁦⁩ -Investors for green futures? -: room to manoeuvre? - & - setting ideology free agenda?
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Rich Exotic Sep 18
Uncle Jerome just woke up
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FXStreet News Sep 22
ECB's balance sheet tops €6.5 trillion for the first time on record By
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National Bank of Moldova Sep 22
The NBM Governor's meeting with the US Ambassador
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