World’s Largest Banks Losing Stock Value During Weeks Marked by Pandemic

The spreading coronavirus infection is taking a toll on the global economy and traditional financial institutions are already hurting. The world’s largest banks have...

10 Loan Providers Taking Crypto as Collateral, If You Think the Time Is Right...

If you are not ready to part with decentralized money, at a time when prices are relatively low, but need some fiat cash to...

Gold and Bitcoin Markets Tested, While Central Banks Try to Quell Stock Market Rout

Central banks worldwide have been bracing for the worst, as the global economy has shuddered over the last seven days. On March 11, the...

Bitcoin Remains Steady Amid Weaker Volume

Bitcoin remains steady, with its 24-hour price in the $8,600-$8,800 range.

Here’s Why Interest Rates on Cryptocurrencies Could Be a Game-Changer

The growth in crypto lending platforms is giving birth to a new type of valuation metric: interest rates.

Swiss Savers View Cryptocurrencies as Option, Now That Bank Accounts Don’t Save Them From...

Cryptocurrencies are gradually becoming a viable alternative for savers in Switzerland, according to a new poll. The Alpine nation’s crypto-friendly business climate and increasing...

China Stocks Plummet Despite 1.2 Trillion Yuan Injection to Mitigate Effects of Epidemic

China’s stock market plunged Monday under selling pressure accumulated during a prolonged holiday. Investors have been worried by the coronavirus outbreak that’s already taken...

ECB Keeps Subzero Interest Rates and Open-Ended QE Worth €20B a Month But Launches...

The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched an extensive review that will examine a wide range of its policies by the end of this...

Low Interest Rates Provide Precarious Protection Against Crisis, World Bank Warns

The latest global debt wave is the largest in the past five decades, the World Bank has acknowledged in a new report. The international...

The Country With Europe’s Highest Interest Rate Has Cut It 5 Times This Year

Around half of European countries, over 20, now have 0% interest rates and a few are already in negative territory. Ukraine, which has the...

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