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State of the Union speech delayed to March

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News Date: January 10, 2022

On the 20th January, Biden was scheduled to make his first State of the Union speech.
The speech has been delayed due to the current explosion of infections in the US, causing a breakdown in basic functions and services.
So, Joe Biden will give his first State of the Union address to Congress on March 1, the White House said.
Source: www.cnbc.com

Asian Clearing Union to adopt SWIFT alternative

Within the coming weeks, ACU member states plan to introduce the Iranian-developed system.
During a recent summit in Iran, the members of the Asian Clearing Union (ACU) decided to compete with the SWIFT global payment network by launching a new cross-border financial messaging system in June.
ACU members include the central banks of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, and Iran.
According to reports, the new, unnamed method for banking communication among ACU members was designed by the Central Bank of Iran (CBI).
Along with the top representatives from the ACU member states, the conference also included the governor of the Russian central bank, representatives from Afghanistan, and Belarus.
Last week, applications for membership in the ACU were submitted by Belarus and Mauritius.
Mohammad Reza Farzin, the governor of the CBI, disclosed that the bloc would look to expand its membership and vary the payment methods it accepts in order to support a more comprehensive de-dollarization drive.

HSBC Launched Gold Tokens in Hong Kong

HSBC has introduced a novel opportunity for retail investors in Hong Kong by launching a gold investment option in the form of digital tokens.
Through its online banking service and app, customers can now purchase real gold using these tokens.
This initiative marks the first instance of HSBC utilizing its private distributed ledger for everyday investors, powered by its digital assets platform, Orion.
The platform enables the issuance and storage of digital assets such as bonds. The HSBC Gold Token, created through this platform, represents physical gold bars and can be traded through the bank's single-dealer platform, paving the way for retail products driven by the Orion platform.

Iraq rose in the top of gold reserves

Iraq achieves a major global leap in gold reserves.
Iraq rose 10 ranks among the countries with the most gold in the world, according to the latest report of the World Gold Council, issued today, Sunday.
Iraq has become the fourth largest Arab gold reserve after it was the sixth, surpassing Egypt and Libya, which ranked fifth and sixth, respectively.
Sources: search4dinar

Israel signs security memorandum with Bahrain

Israel and Bahrain signed a historic memorandum on security cooperation.
Abraham Accords still paying dividends More countries should join!
This is Israel's second memorandum with an Arab nation.
Thanks to President Donald Trump for this initiative.
Source: timesofisrael.com

Zero Point Energy Declassification

Trumps revenge will be Declassification of Zero Point Energy! Off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.
The quantum field theory predicts that there exists an energy of the vacuum resulting from the non-zero zero-point energies of the quantum fields that fill our universe.
Imagine if we could collect the energy out of thin air. And I mean it quite literally.You know how you were taught that a vacuum is nothing but empty space? That isnt exactly true, at least in the world of quantum mechanics. If you dive deeper, below the level of molecules, atoms, electrons and protons, and into the world of the tiniest subatomic particles, like quarks, you will see that even the vacuum of space can never be truly empty. It is filled with particles that randomly pop in and out of existence.But the exciting thing about those these fluctuating particles is that they generate energy that we could, hypothetically, put to good use.
Sources: twitter.com, beforeitsnews.com, www.youtube.com

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