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The July 4th full buck moon and penumbral eclipse

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News Date: July 1, 2020

Independence Day 2020 will end with a full moon and lunar eclipse.
The Full Moon of July traditionally is known as the Full Buck Moon because it coincides with the time of year when male white-tailed deer are in full-on antler growth.
Everything to know about the July 4th buck moon and penumbral eclipse.
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Basel III endgame strikes the Federal Reserve

U.S. Federal Reserve officials, led by Fed Vice Chair Michael Barr, are exploring changes to the 'Basel III endgame' overhaul for bank capital regulations.
This includes reconsidering operational risk calculations and potential offsets for mortgage servicing.
It marks a significant shift as the Fed acknowledges concerns from the banking industry about the policy's impact on lending.
Here is Michael Barr's statement:
'We want to make sure that the rule supports a vibrant economy that supports low - and moderate-income communities, that gets the calibration right upon things like mortgages.
So the public comment that we're getting on this is really critical for us getting it right. We take it very, very seriously.
That program was really designed in that emergency situation. It was designed for that emergency to say, we want to make sure that banks and creditors of banks and depositors banks understand that banks have the liquidity they need.'

Central banks gold reserves switch

The central banks are increasingly concerned about inflation, and the major ones start giving out signals that they won't let inflation run too hot, even if it means slower growth.
In commodities, the upside potential in gold is more than just a safe haven hedge, as the rising geopolitical tensions and the latest sanctions imposed on the Russian central bank will bring the central banks around the world to reconsider their FX holdings, and start shifting towards a nationless gold.
Source: youtube.com

BRICS planning SWIFT competitor

The BRICS nations, have announced plans to establish their own money-transferring network, aiming to challenge the SWIFT international payment system.
Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov revealed this ambitious strategy in an interview with TASS news agency.
This initiative is geared toward enabling seamless cross-border transactions among BRICS member countries, reducing costs and risks associated with external financial intermediaries.
It also seeks to promote the use of BRICS currencies in international trade, potentially diminishing the dominance of the US dollar.
The BRICS network aims to rival SWIFT's capabilities by developing advanced payment infrastructure and cybersecurity measures.
While benefiting BRICS nations, it could also enhance competition and efficiency in the global financial system, benefiting businesses and individuals worldwide.
This move signifies the BRICS nations' determination to reduce reliance on Western financial systems and assert more influence in global finance.

Xi Jinping to Visit Saudi Arabia before the end of the year

China's Xi Jinping to Visit Saudi Arabia Amid Global Reshuffling.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping is planning to visit Saudi Arabia before the end of the year, according to people familiar with preparations for the trip, as Beijing and Riyadh seek to deepen ties and advance a vision of a multipolar world where the U.S. no longer dominates the global order.
Sources: wsj

The World toward a multi-currency system

Nations like Russia and China are now leading the charge from a one-currency world to a multi-currency world of import payments.
Russia, for example, can take its energy profits and Rubles to purchase the currencies of friendly countries like China, India, and Turkey to rebuild its reserves outside of the USD.
The old world is slowly but surely turning irreversibly away from a USD-dominated currency system toward a multi-currency and multi-FX pricing model.
Source: goldswitzerland.com

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