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Quantum computing finance shining in the Wall Street

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News Date: December 19, 2020

The quantum computing is the latest shiny new thing of Wall Street. A fundamentally new kind of computing will shake up finance - the question is when...
Simple algorithms could be in use within 18 months, with credit-scoring a plausible early application.
For many problems, a quantum computer with thousands of stable qubits is provably far faster than any non-quantum machine that could ever be built.
Sources: www.multiversecomputing.com, www.economist.com

Judy Shelton is Right About the Gold Standard

Economist Peter Schiff expected that gold will resume its role in the global monetary system, that is, the countries of the world will return to the gold standard, and this is not strange in light of the economic crisis the world is witnessing.
It is simply false to claim that the gold standard was a source of perpetual economic chaos, and that we are better off today without it. All things considered, the gold standard is "superior in some respects and no worse in others." Rather than a "barbarous relic," as John Maynard Keynes famously called it, the gold standard is an instrument for economic harmony and civilized commercial relations.
Source:www.saudi24news.com, www.aier.org

President Trump RV hints at Rose Garden news conference

RV stands for both ReValuation(Global Currency Reset) or Recreational Vehicle.
Donald Trump made a strange remark in a Rose Garden news conference on Friday revealing he wants to drive around town in an RV, back to New York, with the First Lady.
Source:youtube.com

Supreme Court could hit the tax system

The Supreme Court's decision to hear a pivotal tax case has profound implications for the future of the U.S. tax system.
At stake is the constitutionality of a proposed wealth tax, which could address economic disparities or dismantle key aspects of the existing tax framework.
A favorable ruling may promote social equity, while an adverse outcome could preserve individual economic freedom.
The case underscores the delicate balance between economic growth and fairness, making it a crucial moment in the nation's fiscal history with far-reaching implications.
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision by June 2024.

US House Passes Anti-CBDC Bill

The US House of Representatives passed the CBDC Anti-Surveillance State Act, which aims to ban the Federal Reserve from creating a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC).
The bill, passed with a vote of 216 to 192, saw support from 213 Republicans.
It prevents any pilot programs for a CBDC before they are proposed and restricts the Federal Reserve and the Department of Treasury from issuing a CBDC without Congressional approval.
Additionally, the bill ensures that the Fed cannot issue a retail digital currency that could be used for citizen surveillance.
Majority Whip Emmer emphasized that the bill is a response to the current administration's lack of clarity and guidance on digital assets, arguing that an improperly managed CBDC could significantly impact American lives.

Turkey, warehouse and bridge for metals trade to Russia

Turkey offers a warehouse and bridge for metals trade to Russia.
Turkish metals sector to serve as 'warehouse and bridge,' the head of an industry group said, citing increased interest from Russian companies and also from EU companies seeking to sell to Russia via Turkey.
This comes after 5 of Turkey's banks adopted Russia's payment system and the country said it would look to ditch the dollar for Russian energy.
Sources: reuters.com

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