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Grammy-nominated artist Akon is planning to build a futuristic city in Senegal and base its entire economy around a new cryptocurrency named after himself.
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A long debate over the future of the crypto-currency has finally resulted in a new version of Bitcoin.
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2010 Reprint of 1944 First Edition. In World Commodities and World Currency, Graham offers a global analysis of the systems that could reduce dangerous cycles of price instability in order to achieve stability in a postwar economy. Graham, in an astonishing display of foresight, shows how commodity reserves should play an important part in any economic policy. Throughout the book, Graham maintains that stabilization of commodities offers a comparatively simple technique by which the world could achieve the fourfold objective of foreign-exchange stability, reasonable price stability, protective stockpiles, and — most importantly — a balanced expansion of the world’s output and consumption of useful goods. Readers today will discover that this landmark book has timely interest. In the aftermath of the Asian currencies collapse, and in the face of the organization of the European Common Union and the merging of European banks into a European Central Bank with one common currency, Graham’s warnings about the dangers of a floating currency and his trenchant corrective prescriptions bear even greater relevance than ever.
LONDON — The plummeting euro and the pumped-up dollar have made for one strong cocktail of pleasure — and pain — for businesses and consumers on both sides of the Atlantic.
The new currency normal has left European companies rejoicing about cheaper exports, fatter bottom lines and the potential to expand in the U.S. market, even as their anxieties grow about global pricing, the gray market and sourcing.
American firms, used to operating with a weak currency, are now feeling the sting of falling sales and expensive exports while U.S. tourists, who suffered for years with a feeble currency, are preparing to press their plastic into action on the Continent and in the U.K., where the pound has lost substantial ground against the dollar.
Back in January, Morgan Stanley predicted the euro would reach parity with the dollar by 2016, but earlier this month Goldman Sachs went even further and said parity could now happen as early as September.
The last time the euro and the dollar were matched in value was more than a decade ago, in late 2002.
Goldman’s latest three-month forecast for the euro is $ 1.02, and its 12-month projection is 95 cents. By the end of 2017, the bank expects the