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Mexico passes bill to regulate cryptocurrencies and fintech firms

The Mexican Senate has approved a bill to regulate the use of fintech in the country as demand rapidly grows. Mexico is becoming a centre of fintech attention, a trend which the government is concerned could threaten financial stability.

Investment firm Schroders unveils new Climate Change Dashboard

Asset management giant, Schroders is warning that the global economy is facing catastrophic risks unless immediate action is taken to mitigate the impacts of global warming.

Mixed messages from investors today

New York - The pessimism of the U.S. investor is evident for the second day this week. Most of it is due to the anticipated Federal Reserve's reaction to economic indicators ignoring the positive aspects of economic improvements.

Op-Ed: Bookmakers can put the banks in their place

The City of London and 'Wall Streets' the world over are one big casino; instead of allowing the banks to gamble with their customers' money then bailing them out with the taxpayers', governments should call in William Hill.

Next Street redefines lending for US businesses

Next Street Financial LLC is a merchant bank. Anyone in business or banking should take a long hard professional look at this operation, and see how it works, why it works, and what can be achieved. This is a working model of what might be.

Op-Ed: Dally Financial Market Commentary- December 2nd

A lot more bids around than offers in US bond markets. Some business done in the industrial sector, financials well bid, although some FRN paper was still around

Op-Ed: Financial Market Comment on Recovery

So much to think about in markets today.. Dubai, Iran and more. Here are a few general thoughts on the financial world today.

Storm Clouds Over Dubai

Dubai’s rapid growth was financed on borrowed money - its time to pay the piper. World Markets are worried about the emirate's six month delay in payments on its debt load.

High Drama in U.S. Financial Markets: Feds Rate Cut to Near 0

The Fed announced that they have dropped interest rates to near 0, which is the lowest level they have ever been. The hope is that this action can stop the bleeding at the banks and mortgage companies and turn the economy around.

Op-Ed: Big US banks looking weak, commercial bond trade said to be near 1929 levels

So what’s new, you may ask? The markets are talking themselves down, and taking people’s investments with them. You can’t help wondering if all this is rational behavior. The big banks are on life support, no more, no less.

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