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ISO 20022 implementation for Fedwire Funds Service

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News Date: October 26, 2021

The FederalReserve Board of Governors is seeking industry feedback by December 11 on a revised plan to implement ISO 20022 message format for the Fedwire Funds Service.
Recently, the Federal Reserve Banks announced the message specifications for the FedNow Service. While both the Fedwire Funds Service and the FedNow Service plan to use ISO 20022 messages, the implementations of the ISO 20022 standard for these services are separate initiatives.
Sources: www.frbservices.org, gesara.news

National coin shortage

US is experiencing a national coin shortage in several states as an excuse to COVID-19 pandemic.
Also, The Federal Reserve ordered 34 major US banks to suspend share buybacks in the third quarter and limit dividend payments to shareholders.
Source:twitter.com

Gold is real money, store of value, alternative to cash

Schiff: Because I think they are also underestimating just how much inflation global central banks are going to create - in particular the Federal Reserve - and how much value the US dollar is going to lose against other fiat currencies, but in particular against real money, which is gold.
I don't even look at gold bullion as an investment. I look at it as a store of value - as an alternative to cash.
I think gold is going to make a much bigger rise against these fiat currencies. But as an investment, I think investors should be at gold mining stocks. Fed is not winning a long-term game. They continue to print money, devalue the currency, and continue to essentially run the American currency into the ground.
Peter responded saying that just because blockchain technology has value doesn't mean bitcoin itself does.
Sources:www.zerohedge.com

New financial order supported by South Africa

South Africa's president has endorsed China's proposal for a new global financial order.
Ramaphosa acknowledged that there had been huge developments in the geopolitical scene in response to a News24 inquiry on Saturday regarding China's desire for a new financial order.

An Asian Bretton Woods is suggested

An Asian Bretton Woods may be on the way.
Sergei Glazyev, a senior Russian economist and Minister in charge of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EAEU), was leading a committee planning a new trade currency for the Eurasian Economic Union.
At the same time, the new trade settlement currency was to be available to any other nation in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation and the expanding BRICS membership.
Logic suggests that a gold-backed currency will be the outcome of Glazyev's EAEU committee's trade currency deliberations after all, because of a subsequent announcement from Moscow concerning a new Russian bullion market.
Source: goldmoney.com

SpaceX launched another 49 Starlink satellites

It's been a busy January! No better way to start the New Year.
SpaceX launched another batch of 49 Starlink satellites to orbit aboard a flight-proven Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center (KSC).
This was the third mission for SpaceX in 2022, as the company had already launched the Starlink Group 4-5 and Transporter-3 missions this month.
In addition, this mission marked a quick turnaround for LC-39A, as Starlink Group 4-5 also launched from the same pad on January 6.
Source: SpaceForceDoD

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