New Sebi rules may pull the rug out from India’s bid to boost the bond market

India’s plan to expand its corporate bond market faces an unexpected impediment because the regulator is considering tightening control of trading platforms that allow investments in company debt in just a few clicks. While the proposed framework is designed to protect investors and is therefore being welcomed by some, a … Read more

The Inflation Reduction Act is a tax on companies, shareholders

If you hate global warming, you got a big win this weekend with the Inflation Reduction Act. But if you care about the stock market and inflation, then you got a big loss with the Spend Our Way to Oblivion Act, or SOWOA. In real life, I may be an environmentalist first. But in this … Read more

What to know this week

A series of inflation reports due out this week could propel or break the market’s summer momentum. Investors will get the latest gauge of how quickly prices are rising across the US economy from three releases on tap in the coming days: PPI, CPI, and unit labor costs. The readings are expected to influence how … Read more

This Week in Coins: Companies Report Big Bitcoin Impairment Charges but Markets Mostly Shrug

This week in coins. Illustration by Mitchell Preffer for Decrypt While long-term crypto holders are, broadly speaking, likely to be slightly down on their investments since last weekend, the reality is that markets barely moved the last seven days. As of this writing, leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin had lost about 5% over the week to land … Read more

A Second Ethereum PoW Chain Idea Gains Traction, Poloniex to List ‘Potentially Forked’ Token Markets – Bitcoin News

Five days ago, the influential Chinese crypto miner, Chandler Guo, explained that a proof-of-work (PoW) version of Ethereum is “coming soon” as the community prepares for the network’s transition to proof-of-stake (PoS) next month. As usual, the idea of ​​a forked token gets people excited and some individuals get upset, and even though the token … Read more