The rise and fall of bitcoin can be charted on the ‘hype cycle’, says Dominic Frisby. So, what’s next for the digital currency?
The New Zealand dollar is riding a wave of robust economic growth.
In what looked like the scoop of the year, Newsweek proclaimed that it had uncovered the identity of Bitcoin’s mysterious creator, ‘Satoshi Nakamoto’. But doubts soon emerged.
The Chinese central bank has whipped the rug from under the yuan – and the markets.
Tokyo-based Mt Gox closed down under mysterious circumstances, prompting questions over the cryptocurrency’s survival.
The collapse of MtGox, the world’s first and largest bitcoin exchange, has sent the value of the cryptocurrency into freefall. Dominic Frisby looks at what the future holds for bitcoin.
The US dollar is currently the global reserve currency. But no currency remains the world’s number one forever, says Bengt Saelensminde.
A raft of good news has pushed the pound to a new five-year high against the dollar.
The pound is already looking pretty strong, says Dominic Frisby. But here’s why it looks set to go even higher.
Currencies and stocks have been hit hard by investors fleeing emerging markets.
Weaker commodity demand has seen the Canadian dollar fall to a four-year low against its American counterpart.