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News Date: December 11, 2021

The use of quantum computing, communication, and control could profoundly tip the scales in this next chapter of the space race.
Quantum encryption presents the most enticing hope of a massive security advantage with regard to satellites in space, allowing for the highest level of security possible.
The use of quantum encryption would theoretically prevent hackers from cracking codes and other forms of espionage, military or otherwise. Quantum computing could allow for an exponential military advantage in space.
Satellites equipped with quantum capabilities would enable offensive tactics like surveillance and reconnaissance to be done with greater speed, accuracy, and security than ever before.
Source: projectqsydney.com

Putin, Xi To Sign a 'New Era' Declaration

Kremlin: Putin, Xi To Sign Declaration On 'New Era' Ties.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese leader President Xi Jinping will sign an agreement ushering in a 'new era' of ties during talks in Moscow next week, a Kremlin official said Friday.

Biden cited Republicans: Trump is still President

Biden at the 10-year anniversary of the Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial:
It's something like 20 percent of the Re- or half the Republicans - the registered Republicans: I am not your President; Donald Trump is still your President. As we Catholics say, "Oh, my God."
Sources: twitter.com ,www.dailymail.co.uk

Basel IV Regulations Impact for Banking Industry

Basel IV Rules Will Arrive and Complicate Bank Lives Even Further.
New Banking Rules Will Tighten Credit Standards, according to Morgan Stanley.
According to Morgan Stanley analysts, the Fed will issue new bank capital regulations between late May and early July, which will be followed by a comment period and a final rule that will be implemented gradually between 2025 and 27.
For their US Large-Cap Banks coverage, they anticipate that the implementation of this Basel IV, often known as the 'Basel III Endgame,' will result in increased risk-weighted assets (RWAs) and capital requirements, with a focus on Global Systemically Important Banks (GSIBs).
The name 'Basel' comes from the city of Basel in Switzerland, where the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision was established in 1974.
The committee is made up of representatives from central banks and regulatory authorities from around the world, and its primary goal is to promote international financial stability by developing and promoting supervisory standards and guidelines for the banking industry.

Zimbabwe is engaged to clear IFI debt

Zimbabwe is engaging with the World Bank and International Monetary Fund on how to clear its debts with international financial institutions, finance minister Mthuli Ncube said at an IMF press conference on Saturday.
Sources: reuters

BRICS Considers a global Stablecoin

BRICS nations are considering a stablecoin for international trade settlements.
Sergei Ryabkov, Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister, hails this move as groundbreaking.
He also states that BRICS is also exploring a platform for digital payments.
Ryabkov: "BRICS is moving forward, creating an important precedent."
Russia has also hinted at issuing a gold-backed stablecoin.
With member nations amassing gold reserves, the idea gains traction.

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