National coin shortage
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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.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's emphasis on switching to national currencies in bilateral trade during his discussions with Russian President Vladimir Putin signifies a notable shift in Turkey's economic and geopolitical strategy.
Erdogan: Switching to national currencies in bilateral trade is important.
The development of a natural gas hub within Turkey dovetails with this shift in economic strategy.
Putin also stated that Russia will soon deliver free grain to Africa.
World Economic Forum hints at global cyber pandemic this summer to facilitate great reset.
Cyber Polygon - 9 July 2021: The international capacity building initiative aimed at raising the global cyber resilience and the expansion of intersectoral cooperation against cyberthreats.
Sources: cyberpolygon.com, www.naturalnews.com, www.dailymail.co.uk
As part of efforts to stabilize the local currency, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) is preparing to launch a digital currency backed by gold that will be accepted as legal tender for transactions in the nation.
The RBZ will take the first steps toward using the nation's gold reserves to anchor the Zimbabwe dollar with the introduction of the digital gold tokens, a kind of electronic money backed by gold stored at the RBZ.
The Federal Reserve Board on Monday announced that the Federal Reserve Banks will adopt the ISO 20022 message format for the Fedwire Funds Service.
The change will allow for enhanced efficiency of both domestic and cross-border payments, and a richer set of payment data that may help banks and other entities comply with sanctions and anti-money laundering requirements.
Ivan Nechayev, deputy director of the information and press department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said at a briefing on Thursday, August 11, that the establishment of criteria for the accession of new BRICS members is already underway.
Iran and Argentina applied to join the BRICS, and later it became known that Turkey, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, and Algeria would also like to become part of the alliance.
In addition, Cuba's ambassador expressed the need for economic cooperation with the BRICS.