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  1. Re: Financial flows: moves, changes and significant events

    The gold repatriation trend continues, now with a new spin that the UK can’t be trusted to hold the gold.

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    Also relevant here for the first part of the interview.


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    The following article is about the programme of debt monetisation and its effects on the economy.


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    Another country’s central bank - this time Poland - is repatriating gold reserves:


    From: https://www.rt.com/business/474325-poland-repatriates-gold-london/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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    This is an interesting article in that it covers a change in both sentiment and policy about the importance of gold holdings for central banks.

    Admittedly, it is written by a gold proponent but -...
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    This is more for reference than an update. These are papers from a recent conference on how central banks can address and incorporate blockchain technologies.


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    The growth of Fintech continues. Google wants to be a bank. So they aim to control both information and money (which in some ways is a kind of information).


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    This video is of a discussion held at the Institute of International Finance (IFF) annual meeting in Washington D.C. in October 2019.

    The participants are Tim Adams, President and Chief Executive...
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    The UK’s Financial Times tweeted:

    “Benoît Cœuré will head a new unit of the Bank for International Settlements charged with finding public alternatives to private digital currencies such as...
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    Central bank of Tunisia launches blockchain based digital currency. The currency was developed by a Russian company, Universa (https://universablockchain.com/):


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    Italian court finds some bankers guilty:

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    The article:

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    The ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded their outlook on some Indian institutions. I do think ratings agencies are political so this may not be entirely about financial and economic prospects. It...
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    The digital payments sector continues to expand. China expects to play this game too:
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    And some parties in Germany seem to be flying a “weather balloon” to test response to the idea of a centralised European deposit insurance scheme:


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    Hungary’s central bank seems to signalling an exit of the eurozone:

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    I do not have access to the Financial Time article but here is a comment on that article:


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    One view of the different banks involved in the bullion market:

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    China planning to be the first state to issue sovereign digital currency:

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    An alternative to SWIFT emerges:


    From: https://www.rt.com/business/472016-russia-india-china-swift/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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    This is a rather stark graph showing rising levels of debt.

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    President Xi of China made some interesting statements about Blockchain and digital currency on Thursday (24 October 2019) at the 18th collective study of the Political Bureau of the Central...
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