US Senator Introduces Bill That Prohibits Government From Eliminating Cash When CBDC Is Created

dailyhodl.com U.S. Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma has proposed new legislation to ensure Americans can continue using physical bills and coins. Lankford says he introduced the No Digital Dollar Act amid concerns from residents...

UN Warns Fed to Cool Inflation Hikes to combat inflation

cryptobriefing.com UN agency has urged the U.S. Federal Reserve to slow the pace at which it is raising the federal funds rate. The Fed has been authorizing steep rate hikes throughout 2022 in an effort to combat rampant inflation. The...

Turkey inflation hits new 24-year high of 83% after rate cuts

reuters.com Turkish annual inflation climbs to a new 24-year high of 83.45% in September. The central bank surprised markets by cutting rates twice in the last two months. Despite soaring prices, the central bank was expected to...

Inflation will likely come down to 3%, New York FED President Says

watcher.guru The Central Bank has much more to do in order to bring inflation back down to 3%, the…

Top US regulators say crypto poses financial stability risks

apnews.com WASHINGTON (AP) — Top regulators on Monday recommended a series of new safeguards to ensure that a growing and unregulated cryptocurrency market doesn’t imperil U.S. financial stability.Among seven major...

Egyptian pound weakens the most in four months

arabnews.com Mon, 2022-10-03 23:28 CAIRO: Egypt weakened its currency on Monday by the most in more than four months, with the Egyptian pound falling by more than 0.10 pounds to the dollar, according to Refinitiv data. The...

UN sends urgent warning to Fed as global depression fears take hold

foxbusiness.com The Federal Reserve and other major central banks risk triggering a painful global recession followed by a period of stagnation with such aggressive interest rate increases, a United Nations agency warned Monday. In...

Fed’s Williams sees steep decline in inflation ahead

marketwatch.com Cooling global demand and steady improvements in supply should result in falling rates of inflation for goods. New York Fed President John Williams says inflation will fall to about 3% next year. Inflation, as...

U.S. manufacturing nearly brakes; price pressures abating

reuters.com U.S. manufacturing activity grew at its slowest pace in nearly 2-1/2 years in September. New orders contracted amid aggressive interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve. Institute for Supply Management survey...

Fed's Williams says central bank has more work to do to cool inflation

investing.com By Michael S. Derby NEW YORK - Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said on Monday that while there have been nascent signs of cooling inflation, underlying price pressures remain too high, which...

Turkey inflation hits new 24-year high of 83% after rate cuts

reuters.com Turkish annual inflation climbs to a new 24-year high of 83.45% in September. The central bank surprised markets by cutting rates twice in the last two months. Despite soaring prices, the central bank was expected to...

U.S. manufacturing nearly brakes; price pressures abating

reuters.com U.S. manufacturing activity grew at its slowest pace in nearly 2-1/2 years in September. New orders contracted amid aggressive interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve. Institute for Supply Management survey...

U.S. manufacturing nearly brakes in September as new orders contract

yahoo.com U.S. manufacturing activity grew at its slowest pace in nearly 2-1/2 years in September. New orders contracted amid aggressive interest rate increases from the Federal Reserve. The Institute for Supply Management...

Fed's Williams says central bank has more work to do to cool inflation

reuters.com Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams said on Monday that while there have been nascent signs of cooling inflation, underlying price pressures remain too high, which means the U.S. central bank...

Permanent shifts in inflation could mean more volatile policy

investing.com By Howard Schneider ATLANTA - Changes in global supply chains, demographic shifts, and fractured trade relationships may make inflation in the future more volatile, and force the Federal Reserve and other central...