BlackRock announced a new private Bitcoin [BTC] trust for institutional investors, you know things are getting serious. Because with this new service, some of the firm’s biggest clients will now be able to gain direct exposure to the largest and most well-known cryptocurrency.
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US inflation for July has officially cooled to 8.5%. That’s a decent reprieve from the 41-year high figure of 9.1% in June. For investors, this is a good sign that ‘peak inflation’ may really be behind us.
With roughly a US$1 billion market cap, and a fairly niche investment banking business model, AMTD wasn’t exactly turning heads. By all accounts, it seemed just like any other newly listed small-cap stock.
Earlier this week, my colleague Kiryll Prakapenka put together a fantastic article on ‘Buy now, pay later’ companies. Or BNPL stocks, as most people know them.
Overnight the US GDP data was released, and the result was damning. A 0.9% decline for the second quarter in a row has tipped the US economy into a technical recession.