Winklevoss Twins launch Bitcoin exchange in the UK

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The Winklevoss Twins launch their Bitcoin exchange in the UK today. James Hurley shares State Bussiness Bank report findings; that project losses on BBLS could be as high as 60% – costing the taxpayer £23bn. Euro-zone manufacturing data shows Germany accounts for around half of the gains for the sector in 2020.

In this long thread, Lucas Guttenberg covers the state of things for the EU Recovery Instrument and Long Term Budget.

Mohamed A. El-Erian shares the remarkable German manufacturing data.

Bloomberg reports that Brexit ‘prompts 7,500 Finance jobs and $1.6trn to leave the UK.’

60% of BBLS may never get payed back, James Hurley reports.

Tom McPhail shares stats on UK rail services. They currently account for 2% of all UK journeys taken, while they take up 56% of the public transport budget.

The Winklevoss twins launch their bitcoin exchange in the UK today, in exciting news for the sector.


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