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News Date: August 29, 2020

A revaluation is a calculated upward adjustment to a country's official exchange rate relative to a chosen baseline.
The baseline can include wage rates, the price of gold, or a foreign currency.
Currency revaluation can be triggered by changes in the interest rates between various countries and large-scale events that affect the overall profitability, or competitiveness, of an economy.
Sources:www.investopedia.com/

BRICS Common Currency report

The planned BRICS cross-border currency is an important step in challenging the dominance of the U.S. dollar, according to Zhou Yu, director of international finance Research at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, revealed a recent report from China's Global Times.
Zhou states that the recent moves to support local currency settlement have given the BRICS countries a competitive advantage in reducing the dominance of the dollar in international trade.
Iran, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Egypt are among the potential countries to join and adopt the BRICS currency in 2023.

Challenging The G7

BRICS plus nations in the Global South could represent a sea change in the West's global institutions.
The West has traditionally dominated global groupings of leaders, most notably the G8, which included Russia until 2014 and is now the G7.
That is an inter-governmental political forum consisting of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, with the European Union is a 'non-enumerated member'.
Russia is ready to develop a global reserve currency together with China and other members of the BRICS group of nations.
It could be based on a basket of currencies from the organization's members.
One possibility is that the BRICS basket currency could attract the reserves not just of the group's members, but also countries already in their range of influence.
These include nations in South Asia and the Middle East.
Sources: silkroadbriefing.com

Donald Trump nationalized the Federal Reserve?

Fed and Treasury to Merge?
The federal government is nationalizing large swaths of the financial markets. The Fed is providing the money to do it. BlackRock will be doing the trades. This scheme essentially merges the Fed and Treasury into one organization. So, meet your new Fed chairman, Donald J. Trump.
Source:finance.yahoo.com

The appeal of safe haven assets to increase

Escalating tensions in Israel often lead to investors seeking refuge in safe-haven assets.
This is because they closely monitor Middle East events for potential geopolitical risks that could impact financial markets.
These safe haven assets, like gold and government bonds, are considered low-risk and can provide a buffer against market volatility during uncertain times.
Institutional investors, such as hedge funds and central banks, also tend to diversify into these assets for risk management.
The impact goes beyond asset allocation, affecting market sentiment and volatility as investors react to developments in the region.
This underscores the interconnectedness of geopolitics and financial markets, prompting investors to adjust their strategies accordingly.

RippleNet Listed as Direct Alternative to SWIFT

RippleNet Listed as Direct Alternative to SWIFT by Arab Monetary Fund Group.
Arab Regional Fintech Group report, "Central Bank Digital Currencies: A Practical Guide for Arab Central Banks."
Mentions Ripple as an alternative system in two places.
The paper also specifically named Ripple XRP as a unique cryptocurrency insofar as it was one of the first "designed primarily for payments," in contrast to most crypto assets which were labeled as "speculative" stores of value.
Including a direct link to Ripple's "Future of CBDC" report, the advisory paper clearly sees Ripple as having a serious role to play in the future blockchain-based, global financial infrastructure.
Source: www.amf.org.ae

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