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Will ‘Zuckerbucks’ help Facebook take over the world?

Libra, the well-publicised Facebook cryptocurrency experiment, could see hugely destabilising shifts in power.

Turnbull needs to take on Trump’s Make America Cheap Again silliness

Donald Trump's protectionism is doing real damage to our exporters -- something Malcolm Turnbull needs to raise with the Americans.

Cash is not dead. And other media tidbits of the day.

Business bites: cash rules … RBA’s pools … currency unspools …

Cash is not dead. And other media tidbits of the day.

An erratic yuan is the new normal. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: yuan adrift … traders miffed … Telstra’s shift …

An erratic yuan is the new normal. And other business tidbits of the day.

The Australian dollar isn't losing against commodity competitors but manufacturing and service economies. So how long will it last and can anything be done about it?

Australia is swaggering, unarmed, in the global currency war

The Australian dollar isn't losing against commodity competitors but manufacturing and service economies. So how long will it last and can anything be done about it?

When businesspeople start taking the cryptocurrency seriously, it's time to pay attention. <em>Crikey</em> intern <b>Ania Dutka</b> meets the people who are staking their future on a shadowy digital currency.

How bitcoin is transitioning from nerdy quirk to big business

When businesspeople start taking the cryptocurrency seriously, it's time to pay attention. Crikey intern Ania Dutka meets the people who are staking their future on a shadowy digital currency.

It's been a wild ride for the Aussie dollar. Here's one theory as to its recent path -- and what's likely to happen next.

Australian dollar shot as currency cold war turns hot

It's been a wild ride for the Aussie dollar. Here's one theory as to its recent path -- and what's likely to happen next.

Defenders of digital currencies seem to believe bitcoin and its ilk will continue to gain value forever. You know who also thought along those lines? Dutch people in 1637.

Kim Coindashian? How bitcoin is going the way of the tulip

Defenders of digital currencies seem to believe bitcoin and its ilk will continue to gain value forever. You know who also thought along those lines? Dutch people in 1637.

Bitcoin, like any other currency, can be stolen or laundered. But if the digital currency is not linked to any government with law enforcement powers, is theft really a crime?

Bitcoin: your handy guide to digital pickpocketing

Bitcoin, like any other currency, can be stolen or laundered. But if the digital currency is not linked to any government with law enforcement powers, is theft really a crime?

Higher commodity prices, looming interest rate hikes and stronger GDP growth point to a rising Aussie dollar in 2014. A return to parity could be on the cards, writes <b>Stephen Koukoulas</b> at <a href="http://www.businessspectator.com.au/" target="_blank"><em>Business Spectator</em></a>.

Koukoulas: is the dollar back on the rise?

Higher commodity prices, looming interest rate hikes and stronger GDP growth point to a rising Aussie dollar in 2014. A return to parity could be on the cards, writes Stephen Koukoulas at Business Spectator.

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