Just over a month after China shut down its crypto exchanges, Russia might be following suit. The Central Bank of Russia has said it plans to take down the bitcoin exchange websites. The news did what it does best, bringing about price volatility.
Kim Jong Un’s interests in bitcoin are probably similar to most punters — its price and popularity has gone through the roof. But what Kim hopes to use bitcoin for is much more troublesome.
US politics is not looking like it’s going to be a beacon of calm over the rest of the Trump presidency. And the massive US debt ceiling problem is not going away. Such volatility usually triggers more investment into safe haven assets. To my mind Gold could be the big winner in the short term.
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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to turn the clock back to 1971. That’s when President Nixon declared a ‘war on drugs’, including cannabis.
There’s no denying the dark corners of the internet are host to some horrific stuff. But before you lay the blame on the internet, take a look at history.
In 10 years since Howard left office, Australia has seen five new Prime Ministers. Well technically four, because Kev came back in 2013.
Jeremy Corbyn could pull off Britain’s ‘Bradbury moment’. As big a shock to the establishment as Brexit. And by tomorrow we’ll know for sure.
I didn’t pay much attention to the Australian budget a couple of weeks ago. We had our Doomers’ Ball on that night. I was speaking at the event......
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