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News Date: January 19, 2024

A group of House Republicans, led by Scott Perry have introduced the Defund Davos Act, seeking to halt federal funding to the World Economic Forum (WEF).
With the U.S. having spent tens of millions on the WEF over the years, GOP lawmakers argue for redirecting funds to domestic priorities.
The legislation underscores concerns about taxpayer money supporting an international forum that may not align with American interests.
The move is sparking debates in Congress over fiscal responsibility and the country's role in global initiatives.

Rupee-Riyal trade, UPI payment system

India, Saudi Arabia discuss Rupee-Riyal trade, UPI payment system.
India and Saudi Arabia have discussed the possibility of starting a rupee-riyal trade as part of efforts to boost economic ties between the nations, the Indian government said in a statement on Monday.
Sources: indiatimes

Precious Metals as Money Moving Forward

Sound Money Bills Moving Forward Rapidly in Many States.
First, as to repealing precious metals sales taxes, bills in Mississippi and Kentucky are moving forward quickly.
Other full sales tax repeal bills are pending in Maine, Wisconsin, and Vermont - while Minnesota and Alaska are considering an expansion of their existing sales tax exemptions.
Efforts are underway in Iowa, South Carolina, Kansas, and Missouri to remove the state income taxes on the sale of gold and silver.
Meanwhile, several states are considering bills that prompt the establishment of a gold reserve.
(moneymetals.com)

Trump predicts a market crash in the next 12 months

Former President Donald Trump anticipated a US economic crash and expressed a hope that it would happen within a year, prior to a potential second term in office, if he were to win the November election.
'When there's a crash, I hope it's going to be during this next 12 months because I don't want to be Herbert Hoover. The one president - I just don't want to be Herbert Hoover,' Trump stated in an interview Monday on Lindell TV.
In 1929, during Herbert Hoover's first year as president, the US stock market crashed, triggering the start of the Great Depression, leading to widespread economic hardship and unemployment across the nation.

Quantum computers will revolutionize financial services

Quantum computers leverage certain principles of physics that allow them to process information more effectively than the computers currently being used.
Businesses within the financial industry will benefit from this technology as quantum computers decrease risks, enhance customer services, and increase investment opportunities.
This innovation will transform the industry within the next years. Leaders and stakeholders in this field should act now, partnering externally and investing internally to make the most of quantum computers.
Source: bangkokbankinnohub.com

Central banks chiefs out

With Angela Merkel on her way out as Chancellor, her former chief economic advisor, Jens Weidmann, announced plans to step down at the end of the year as head of Germany's Bundesbank after a decade at the helm of the national central bank.
Dallas Fed President Kaplan and Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren To Retire After Ethics Issue.
Former Iranian Central Bank Chief Handed 10-Year Prison Sentence.
Slovakia's central bank chief and European Central Bank governing council member Peter Kazimir has been charged with corruption.
Philippine central bank Governor Benjamin Diokno said he is with "team transitory" and that it is more prudent for the country to delay monetary tightening.
The Turkish lira hit a record low overnight after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ordered a new round of dismissals at the country's central bank.
So, central bank are starting to worry. They were wrong about inflation because they were wrong about supply chains, and they were perhaps wrong about labor markets, which they had just taken years to learn had no serious bargaining power.
To be continued... Stay Tuned!.
Sources: www.cnbc.com ,gesara.news

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