La participación de la moneda estadounidense en las reservas mundiales no ha dejado de disminuir desde hace años. ¿Tomará el euro, yuan o bitcoin su lugar en el centro de las finanzas mundiales?
Two top-tier investors are clashing over the potential of innovative "growth stocks." But what they're really talking about is the Fed.
The dollar's share of global reserves has declined steadily for years. Will the euro, yuan, or bitcoin take its place at the center of global finance?
The greenback's share of world reserves is dropping steadily. The euro, yuan and bitcoin are all in the running to pick up the slack.
Analysts said the market doesn't have much of an appetite now for bitcoin above $46,000 or for a massive selloff.
A year-over-year gain of 5.4% may reflect an economy that’s still suffering from supply shortages while keeping up with increasing demand.
Even while pressure mounts to taper its asset purchases, the central bank will continue its accommodative quantitative easing.
The Federal Reserve chief signaled the U.S. central bank isn’t likely to dial back monetary stimulus anytime soon.
Financial markets from stocks to bonds to cryptocurrencies have been fixated on inflation readings as the economy reheats.
The Consumer Price Index has given Americans a falsely comforting perception of reality. When even this metric jumps 5%, we’d better hope it’s a glitch.
Bitcoin is under pressure as Fed taper concerns linger, although some expect crypto to remain resilient.
The U.S. central bank also increased estimates of coming inflation to 3% from the 2.2% projection in March, largely due to transitory factors.
Jones said he likes bitcoin and sees it as a great way to protect wealth over the long run.