Hotline: +263 771 400 807

Zimbabwe Reserve Bank Unveils Gold Coins Mosi oa Tunya – Bloomberg

Jonathan Ferro drives you through the market moving events from around the world on Bloomberg’s The Open. 60 minutes featuring the brightest minds on Wall Street, taking you through the most important hour of the trading day.
The economy and markets are “under surveillance”. Bloomberg Surveillance, covering the latest news in finance, economics and investments.
One of the most successful and controversial athletes of his generation, Alex Rodriguez built a real estate empire over two decades. Now, he’s accelerating his move from player to team owner.
World Bank Cuts 2023 Forecasts and Warns of Global Recession
Transcript: Karen Levy on Truck Driver Surveillance
Ukraine’s Inflation Steadies on Price Cuts Amid Blackout Fears
Stock Markets Brace for Strong Move as US Inflation Data Looms
Jamie Dimon Says Fed May Need to Hike Interest Rates Beyond 5%
BMW Clings to Luxury-Sales Crown as Mercedes-Benz Narrows Gap
The Law That Made Social Media Possible Faces a Supreme Court Showdown
Amazon to Shut Three UK Warehouses With 1,200 Staff Impacted
Virgin Orbit Slumps 22% After Rocket Fails to Reach Orbit
Amazon, Salesforce Job Cuts Are Warning Signs for Stock Prices
Biden, Trudeau and AMLO Agree to Meeting on Semiconductor Investment
Abbott, Texas GOP at Odds on How to Spend Record $33 Billion Surplus
Finance Meme Account Litquidity Expands Into Wall Street Recruitment
US Consumers Roll Over More Credit-Card Debt as Inflation Bites
Philip Roth Tribute to Be Held in His Native New Jersey
BMW Clings to Luxury-Sales Crown as Mercedes-Benz Narrows Gap
Workplace Friendships Are Worth the Awkwardness
The Concession McCarthy Shouldn’t Have Made
The Weaponization of Oil in Numbers
Google and Meta Are Losing Their Grip on the Digital Ad Market
Tight Money Will Pressure Startups to Sell in 2023
The Great American EV Battery Revolution Might Finally Be Here
Calpers Makes $1 Billion Bet on Small Funds as New CIO Reshapes Pension
Drag Shows Are the Next Target for Republican Lawmakers
Powell Vows to Limit Fed’s Climate Role to Protect Independence
BP Signs Deal to Sell Solar Power to Meta From Ohio Farm
Vancouver Skyscraper Twists Around Zoning Restrictions
NYC Subway Crime Jumps 30%, Defying Surge in Police Patrols
Extreme Acceleration Is the New Traffic Safety Frontier
How Did Binance Come to Dominate Crypto? (Podcast)
CFTC Sues Trader Over Alleged $114 Million Mango Markets Crypto Swaps Scam
Solana Is Trying to Break Its Ties With Bankrupt FTX (Podcast)
Zimbabwe’s 22-carat coin

Subscriber Benefit
Subscribe
Sign In
Zimbabwe’s central bank unveiled the first images of gold coins it hopes will help solve its inflation problem.
The coins named “Mosi-oa-Tunya” after Victoria Falls, Africa’s largest waterfall that spans 1.7-kilometer (1.1 mile) located between Zambia and Zimbabwe, will be available to the public from July 25, the southern Africa nation’s central bank said on Friday. 

source

Leave your thoughts