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- Japan says any bitcoin regulation should be international (Sophie Knight and Takaya Yamaguchi, Reuters) The article gives a general impression of bewilderment for sources of information contacted by Reuters.
- Rolls-Royce Is Designing Giant Drone Ships to Sail the High Seas (Ada, Clark Estes, Gizmodo) Even merchant seamen will become obsolete. Mike Shedlock sees “a big picture” problem here: Are Drone, Workerless Ocean Freight Ships Coming? What About Jobs? Insurance? Inflation? (Hat tip to John O’Donnell.)
- Giving Credit Its Due (Wain Street) Wain Street contributes to Global Economic Intersection. Credit quality varies greatly across business sectors and from state to state. The following “heat map” characterizes that matrix. Reds are poorer credit quality and greens are higher credit quality.
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