There is no doubt that cryptos are dividing the financial community. But, while the debate goes on, money is slowly making its way onto the space.
We didn’t really get over the 2008 financial crisis. Instead, central banks around the world decreased interest rates and pumped in a lot of money to keep the economy going. This has fuelled the recovery.
Much like Google with Google Home and Amazon with Alexa, Facebook is looking to get into your house. They’re looking to do this through Portal.
October is bad for markets. At least that’s according to the so-called October Effect theory. Apparently, investors get nervous this time of the year, so markets are more prone to declines.
US stocks are in a rout .Yet among all the red, there are still some green shoots. I am talking about cannabis stocks.
Investors are seeing troubled waters ahead. They may be blaming the bond market for the latest drops, but the real fear here is inflation.
Madrid and Barcelona — Spain’s two main cities — are major rivals. Much like Sydney and Melbourne, they are in constant competition. But there is one thing these two cities agree on: they both want…
With investor activity retreating, increasing rates and people struggling to get finance we could see even more falls in property prices…
While cryptos are in the eyes of the regulators, cannabis is seeing a wave of legalisation. It has mostly been on medicinal marijuana.
While there were thirteen candidates on the race last Sunday, the main fight was between two: Jair Bolsonaro and Fernando Haddad…right wing against left wing.
What IOTA showed in their proof of concept was how choosing car insurance could be radically different to how it is today.
Cryptos have been dubbed the currency of criminals. Many out there still think they are only used for hacking…money laundering…drugs…you name it.
The property market is getting hit by a triple whammy: lowering property prices, tightening credit and increasing rates. Can property prices fall 50%? The short answer is yes.
Italy’s high debt and increasing borrowing costs could very well mean that Italy asks for a rescue from the European Troika (the International Monetary Fund, the EU and the European Central Bank), same as Greece…