Month: March 2021

High levels of excitement continue to surround all things NFT-related as nonfungible art, collectibles and new business models built on the nascent sector attract a diverse array of investors.  In addition to the development of lucrative secondary markets for NFT listings and sales, crypto projects that are focused on NFTs, DeFi and cross-chain interoperability have
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The New Civil Liberties Alliance has objected to FinCEN’s proposed crypto wallet rule, calling it “unlawful.” In addition, the group says that the U.S. Treasury’s “planned ‘crackdown’ on cryptocurrency holders’ private wallets is an unconstitutional power grab.” FinCEN’s Proposed Crypto Wallet Rule Is Unlawful, Says NCLA The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA), a nonpartisan, nonprofit
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Municipal issuance grew in March year-over-year with new-money volume climbing at a higher clip than refundings as rates have risen and issuers pulled back on refunding their debt. The market closed out the first quarter of 2021 with $41.6 billion in March after a total of $56.9 billion of long-term municipal bonds issued in the
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In this article VIACP TME 9888-HK VIPS DISCA CSG.N-CH 8604.T-JP A massive margin call affected a little-known family office last Friday, incurring billions of dollars in losses for certain banks involved and jolted the overall volatility in the broader market. Archegos Capital Management’s leveraged bets in ViacomCBS blew up and ignited a whopping $20 billion wave
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Municipal secondary trading was quiet but a firmer tone emerged on Monday as both the holiday-shortened week and the approaching end of the first quarter made for a steady market. “It’s a very light calendar this week because of the holiday,” a New York trader said on Monday looking ahead at the upcoming Good Friday
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