September 10: EO13848 expiration day
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Friday September 10: EO13848 expiration day: Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election.
On September 10, 2020 EO 13848 was EXTENDED FOR ONE YEAR due to the UNUSUAL AND EXTRAORDINARY THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY.
President Trump signed USA into a state of National Emergency. We will see what happens in a few days now. The emergency is ending.
It will be interesting to see how this develops. If energy payments begin moving outside of the SWIFT system, then the Petrodollar will be severely damaged.
Regardless, it's going to be disruptive and we're going to see additional problems. Very likely we will see further money printing and more stagflation.
The United States' attempts to simultaneously take on both Russia and China is a bad idea. We're forcing the two of them together while Europe is trying to play both sides. This situation will end with China and Russia gaining status.
Russian citizens have also been buying gold. This crisis will hurt their citizens, but this isn't Russia's first rodeo. The fact that Putin has done this either means he's lost his mind or he has a plan and found a window of opportunity.
We could see serious spillover effects on bonds and real yields.
The United States can't afford higher rates, and they can't remove Russia's oil without destroying their own markets.
We could see big changes should Russia use their gold as leverage. Possible scenarios that could occur should gold be revalued.
President Xi Jinping told Gulf Arab leaders on Friday that China would work to buy oil and gas in yuan, a move that would support Beijing's goal to establish its currency internationally and weaken the U.S. dollar's grip on world trade.
China to use Shanghai exchange for yuan energy deals with Gulf nations.
China's President Xi Jinping said in Riyadh on Friday that China and Gulf nations should make full use of the Shanghai Petroleum and National Gas Exchange as a platform to carry out yuan settlement of oil and gas trade.
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.
The bridge test was developed by the Bank for International Settlements.
A central bank digital currency trial focused on cross-border transactions has been completed, BIS said, with Chinese state-owned banks participating as Beijing tries to internationalize its digital yuan.