After deciding to sell his oil in Yuan, President Maduro continues his offensive against the U. S. currency to the benefit of China and Russia.
South Korea's financial regulator on Friday said it will ban raising money through virtual currencies The move follows similar restrictions in China on initial coin offerings
Venezuela has put its threat into effect by publishing the price of its oil in Yuan and no longer in US dollars. This is the business of China, which continues to expand its influence.
The bailout of Italy’s fourth-largest bank implied a large loss for the country’s taxpayers.
According to the latest Gobankingrates survey, more than 50% of Americans have less than USD 1000 savings.
The sections against Russia have an expensive cost for the European Union, especially in the energy and agricultural sector.
While Spain is facing a political crisis with Catalonia's desire for independence, economically nothing has been solved. New bank failures are emerging.
The Chinese authorities would consider tightening up or even shutting down some crypto-currencies exchange platforms.
Portugal’s government debt went up in June to 132.4% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), from 130.5% in the first quarter of the year and the 130.3% seen at the end of 2016, the Bank of Portugal said on Tuesday.