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The World Gold Council's John Reade looks at the three underlying reasons gold has shed almost -6% in July alone
16th Jul 22, 1:35pm
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The World Gold Council's John Reade looks at the three underlying reasons gold has shed almost -6% in July alone
The central banks' bank puts the boot into the beleaguered cryptocurrency industry and talks up the role of central banks in the future of the monetary system
22nd Jun 22, 5:00am
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The central banks' bank puts the boot into the beleaguered cryptocurrency industry and talks up the role of central banks in the future of the monetary system
FMA survey shows 1-in-10 Kiwis holding crypto assets, while direct share investment is now more popular than term deposits
16th Jun 22, 5:00am
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FMA survey shows 1-in-10 Kiwis holding crypto assets, while direct share investment is now more popular than term deposits
Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
6th Jun 22, 9:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on copper's turn to shine, victims of a not so stable stablecoin, outing crypto scams, getting grain out of Ukraine & why the global food shock could last years
RBNZ's Ian Woolford says a central bank digital currency could bolster competition and innovation in the bank-dominated NZ financial system
5th Jun 22, 5:24pm
RBNZ's Ian Woolford says a central bank digital currency could bolster competition and innovation in the bank-dominated NZ financial system
As it eyes a central bank digital currency, the Reserve Bank acknowledges launching one would at least in part be a defensive play
5th Jun 22, 6:00am
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As it eyes a central bank digital currency, the Reserve Bank acknowledges launching one would at least in part be a defensive play
More investors bought gold than cryptos in 2021. We are in another sharp retreating phase for cryptos just as inflation jumps. Louise Street says gold is doing its job as a safe-haven, and exhibiting its inflation hedging qualities
28th May 22, 10:46am
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More investors bought gold than cryptos in 2021. We are in another sharp retreating phase for cryptos just as inflation jumps. Louise Street says gold is doing its job as a safe-haven, and exhibiting its inflation hedging qualities
Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
14th May 22, 9:10am
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Gareth Vaughan on crypto contagion, improving supply chain resilience, mortgage interest rate caps, catching Covid again & again, and a house on stilts falling into the ocean
As cryptocurrencies take hold, NZ must address the climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
31st Mar 22, 7:47am
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As cryptocurrencies take hold, NZ must address the climate impacts of their colossal energy demand
Gareth Vaughan on bitcoin strengthening the state, rhino bonds, an oligarch's tour of London, circular economy investments & leave Clarke Gayford alone
26th Mar 22, 9:15am
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Gareth Vaughan on bitcoin strengthening the state, rhino bonds, an oligarch's tour of London, circular economy investments & leave Clarke Gayford alone
No timeframe for select committee report to parliament following 2021 cryptocurrency inquiry with eyes on first US whole-of-government strategy
21st Mar 22, 4:11pm
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No timeframe for select committee report to parliament following 2021 cryptocurrency inquiry with eyes on first US whole-of-government strategy
Crypto-asset markets could threaten global financial stability, international regulatory body the Financial Stability Board says
17th Feb 22, 1:43pm
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Crypto-asset markets could threaten global financial stability, international regulatory body the Financial Stability Board says
As the RBNZ mulls developing a central bank digital currency, the NZ Bankers' Association queries what public policy problem one would address
15th Feb 22, 1:30pm
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As the RBNZ mulls developing a central bank digital currency, the NZ Bankers' Association queries what public policy problem one would address
Willem Buiter thinks the risks associated with intrinsically worthless digital assets have grown too large to ignore
9th Feb 22, 9:45am
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Willem Buiter thinks the risks associated with intrinsically worthless digital assets have grown too large to ignore
Cryptocurrency gets its own category for the first time in the FMA's anti-money laundering & countering the financing of terrorism risk assessment - jumps straight to high risk
7th Dec 21, 2:23pm
by Toby Allen
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Cryptocurrency gets its own category for the first time in the FMA's anti-money laundering & countering the financing of terrorism risk assessment - jumps straight to high risk
McKinsey's annual global banking review questions whether there's 'a bright and smooth future' ahead for banks and their shareholders
7th Dec 21, 8:45am
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McKinsey's annual global banking review questions whether there's 'a bright and smooth future' ahead for banks and their shareholders
A wider range of Australians are dipping into cryptocurrencies and that is drawing in even their largest corporates
2nd Dec 21, 12:27pm
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A wider range of Australians are dipping into cryptocurrencies and that is drawing in even their largest corporates
Gareth Vaughan on champagne time in container shipping, how a banking crisis helped the Nazis, Ireland's tax haven, cryptocurrency and puppies, plus the paradox of our own ignorance
28th Nov 21, 6:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on champagne time in container shipping, how a banking crisis helped the Nazis, Ireland's tax haven, cryptocurrency and puppies, plus the paradox of our own ignorance
ANZ NZ chairman John Key says retail and central banks should use cryptocurrencies to improve the payments system in the face of competition from giant tech companies
7th Nov 21, 6:00am
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ANZ NZ chairman John Key says retail and central banks should use cryptocurrencies to improve the payments system in the face of competition from giant tech companies
ASB 'monitoring developments' as its Aussie parent starts offering the options of buying, selling and holding cryptocurrencies via its app
4th Nov 21, 10:18am
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ASB 'monitoring developments' as its Aussie parent starts offering the options of buying, selling and holding cryptocurrencies via its app
David Hargreaves suggests a coherent global strategy is needed to deal with the systemic threat the cryptocurrency behemoth Bitcoin is now posing
21st Oct 21, 11:44am
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David Hargreaves suggests a coherent global strategy is needed to deal with the systemic threat the cryptocurrency behemoth Bitcoin is now posing
Aleh Tsyvinski welcomes moves to regulate the cryptocurrency market as essential to the creation of a credible asset class
9th Oct 21, 4:16pm
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Aleh Tsyvinski welcomes moves to regulate the cryptocurrency market as essential to the creation of a credible asset class
Gareth Vaughan on tackling the US debt ceiling with a platinum coin, Shamubeel's path from pandemic to endemic, Crypto Daddy & more
28th Sep 21, 10:08am
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Gareth Vaughan on tackling the US debt ceiling with a platinum coin, Shamubeel's path from pandemic to endemic, Crypto Daddy & more
Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
26th Sep 21, 10:10am
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Te Wiki o te Tāke; assessing trust in the tax system. Parliament’s enquiry into cryptocurrencies and the ATO launches a crackdown on disguised undeclared foreign income
Gareth Vaughan on NFTs, Covid-19 making supply chain management sexy, cloth masks v Delta, Aussie state v state & how Covid shook the world's economy
8th Sep 21, 10:08am
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Gareth Vaughan on NFTs, Covid-19 making supply chain management sexy, cloth masks v Delta, Aussie state v state & how Covid shook the world's economy