Ripple seeing ‘good progress’ in SEC case over XRP, outcome expected next year

The SEC alleges Ripple and its executives sold $1.3 billion worth of XRP in an unregistered securities offering. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=802 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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‘Vaccinated, recovered or dead’: Germany gives stark winter warning to its people

Germany’s health minister issued a stark warning to the country’s public on Monday and outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel called for tougher restrictions.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=799 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Morgan Stanley says Europe is at record lows versus the U.S. — and names the stocks to cash in

The analysts have named a raft of stocks set to outperform next year. Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Asia-Pacific stocks mixed as tech shares drop after Biden renominates Powell as Fed chair

U.S. President Joe Biden announced Monday that he will renominate Jerome Powell for a second term as Federal Reserve chair.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=789 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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El Salvador plans to create a ‘Bitcoin City’ and raise $1 billion via a ‘Bitcoin Bond’

El Salvador plans to construct a “Bitcoin City” near a volcano that will be funded by the cryptocurrency.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=786 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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China sets stage for easier monetary policy as central bank deletes language from new report

China’s central bank deleted several phrases in a quarterly report on monetary policy, a move that economists said signals a shift toward more stimulus.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=783

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China’s President Xi tells Southeast Asian leaders Beijing would not ‘bully’ smaller countries

Chinese President Xi Jinping told leaders of the 10-country ASEAN at a summit that Beijing would not coerce its smaller neighbors, Chinese state media reported. Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Australia to allow more visa-holders to return as country faces skills shortage

Eligible visa holders include skilled workers, students, refugees as well as working holidaymakers. Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=777 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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China fines tech companies including Alibaba, Baidu and JD.com for failing to report 43 old deals

Enterprises involved in the cases would be fined 500,000 yuan ($78,000) each, it said, the maximum under China’s 2008 Anti-Monopoly Law.Did you miss our previous article… https://www.newwestinstitute.com/?p=774 Willie Laurencewww.newwestinstitute.com

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Indian farmers in no mood to forgive despite Modi’s U-turn on reforms

Thousands of agricultural workers have protested outside the capital New Delhi and beyond for more than a year to pile pressure on Modi and the BJP.Did you miss our previous

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