The provision, known in financial parlance as a “poison pill,” is triggered if rival shareholders take more than 15 percent of a company’s shares without the board’s approval.
Bitcoin: ‘The bubble can’t be burst even as the price surges’
Doubt wins some users. However, in order to overcome the shortcomings of the rigid financial system, there are other solutions besides virtual currency, Jean-François Faure, founder of the think tank Currency Transformation, in a “world” Forum thinks.
Bitcoin: an algorithm caught by speculation
The excitement of acquiring virtual currency is reminiscent of the stock market and speculative bubbles of previous centuries, coupled with technology.
Morocco insists on control of its currency, is trying to ban Bitcoin
The kingdom is said to have over $200,000 in virtual currency transactions per day. Rabat wants to end circumvention of its financial legislation.
Bitcoin: Economists show ‘some kind of ignorance on the subject’
Nobel Laureates in Economics Jean Tyrol, Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman Criticize Cryptocurrency Risks But Ignore Its Possible Positive Uses On, economists Nicolas Hoy and François Legrand.
ECB finalises ‘anti-fragmentation’ tool to calm markets
The mechanism will flexibly apply the reinvestment of maturing debt in the portfolio obtained under the financial institution’s anti-epidemic plan.
Economists who predicted the 2008 crisis predict what will happen after the summer
“It’s the last summer,” Niño-Bcerra said in an interview with Francino en la Ser.
“I don’t know if it’s enough to cause so much laughter”, Marta Flich
Good news: the future is up to you.
BTC and ETH improve, but DOGE retreats
Bitcoin and Ethereum edge up on a day when cryptocurrencies gain 0.2% in market cap
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dogecoin suddenly crash
Bitcoin, Ethereum and Dogecoin drop more than 5% after cryptocurrency market cap plunges 5.2%