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The Gold Standard Restoration Act in the House

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News Date: December 3, 2022

Rep. Alex Mooney addressed the House on the Gold Standard Restoration Act:
'My bill would return the U.S. to the gold standard, protect against Washington's irresponsible spending habits and the creation of money out of thin air.
Prices would be shaped by economics rather than the instincts of bureaucrats.
No longer would our economy be at the mercy of the Federal Reserve and reckless Washington spenders', Alex Mooney said.
Sources: twitter.com

China will forgive 23 loans for 17 African nations

China has pledged to forgive 23 interest-free loans for 17 African countries and will also provide food assistance to the struggling nations, China's foreign minister Wang Yi said at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation.
Mr. Wang also announced to increase imports from Africa, support the greater development of Africa's agricultural and manufacturing sectors, and expand cooperation in emerging industries.
Sources: news.com.au

Judy Shelton for Fed board, return to the gold standard

Senate banking panel to resume considering Judy Shelton for Fed board.
The nomination of Shelton appeared in jeopardy earlier this year as Republicans and Democrats on the banking panel expressed concerns over her views on the independence of the Fed from the White House, as well as her advocacy in the past for returning the United States to the gold standard.
Source: www.washingtonpost.com

US Debt Relief: Creditor Law Group Wipes Out $1B+

Creditor Law Group has made a significant impact by nullifying over $1 billion in debt for households across the US, providing relief amidst record-high levels of household debt.
As the popularity of debt relief options such as debt invalidation grows, the complex process offers relief by challenging the validity of debt.
Optimal results are achieved by working with specialized lawyers in this field.
"One common method to invalidate debt is to challenge the validity of the related documentation.
During reviews of the relevant paperwork, we have often found that important information is either missing or incomplete.
Sometimes, a creditor may lack the proper documentation to prove that the debt is valid.
In certain cases, debt invalidation can be based on violations of consumer protection laws, as when a creditor engages in unfair or deceptive practices.
Typical violations include harassment by debt collectors, misrepresentation of the amount owed, or unauthorized charges."
Creditor Law Group explains.

Gold is the Real Safe Haven Asset

Gold is finally outperforming the way one would imagine. It's not always about the absolute performance as it is about the relative performance.
As Bitcoin surged from March 2020 through 2021, the market was convinced that Bitcoin was the "new" digital gold, the new store of value asset.
As Bitcoin surged to new highs at each passing day, this became a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Gold was seen as the stepchild, given no attention whatsoever as traders chased the greed and FOMO 100%+ returns in crypto assets.
Year to date, Gold is now up 6% vs. Bitcoin down 25%.
Source: thestreet.com

G-24 calls for debt relief for developing countries

The G-24, a group of 28 member countries including China, is strongly advocating for sustainable debt relief measures for low-income nations due to their concerns over escalating, unsustainable public debt burdens.
They conveyed this message during the 2023 Annual Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund on October 10.
The G-24's core mission is to coordinate and amplify the voices of developing countries on monetary and development issues, underscoring their commitment to global economic stability and the well-being of vulnerable nations.

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