Category: Finance & Economy
Arizona takes a step in eliminating the FedEx’s monopoly on money by introducing competition into the monetary system.
This concrete house became the first house which was constructed, 3-D printed rather, completely on-site by a mobile robot. Previously all printed houses were done in a factory and then transported to location where they get assembled. It took 24 hours …
This interview with David Stockman describes a likely outcome of the much anticipated yuge fiscal stimulus and resulting market reaction.
Eurozone Target 2 imbalances have touched or exceeded the crisis levels hit in 2012 when Greece was on the verge of leaving the Eurozone. What gives?
German 2-year yield just hit an all-time low of -0.95% this week.
Think autonomous vehicles are going to hit the road near you pretty soon? Autonomous ships will hit the sea ports near you even sooner.
Meet Cafe X which just introduced its first robotic cafe in San Francisco.
Utah Bill Would Set Stage For State Gold and Silver Depository, Further Encourage Use of Metals as Money
Following Texas’ footsteps, Utah introduces bill that would build on the state’s Legal Tender Act, creating a foundation for further action to encourage the use of gold and silver as money, and take another step toward breaking the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money.
An online grocer in the UK debutes a fruit-picking robotic arm for its assembly line.
Bloomberg’s Sunset Index, which tracks the number of working age people per retiree, by country, paints a global picture of the demographic onslaught which will put severe strains on government budgets and the younger population.