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Islamic banks' excess liquidity shrivels

Shariah-based banks saw a sharp fall in excess liquidity in the third quarter of last year because of aggressive investment to the point of violating the ceiling set by the central bank. Between the months of July and September the excess liquidity of the Islamic banking industry shrank 19.54 percent to Tk 5,202 crore from the previous three months, according ...

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Islamic banks' excess liquidity shrivels

Shariah-based banks saw a sharp fall in excess liquidity in the third quarter of last year because of aggressive investment to the point of violating the ceiling set by the central bank. Between the months of July and September the excess liquidity of the Islamic banking industry shrank 19.54 percent to Tk 5,202 crore from the previous three months, according ...

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Islamic banks' excess liquidity shrivels

Shariah-based banks saw a sharp fall in excess liquidity in the third quarter of last year because of aggressive investment to the point of violating the ceiling set by the central bank. Between the months of July and September the excess liquidity of the Islamic banking industry shrank 19.54 percent to Tk 5,202 crore from the previous three months, according ...

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Bitmain Scales Back Texas Bitcoin Mine

[unable to retrieve full-text content] … drop in the value of bitcoin, the cryptocurrency the company focuses … in July, the value of Bitcoin was over $ 8,000 per … addition to the decline in bitcoin value, the end of last …… Bitcoin Search Results

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Islamic banks' excess liquidity shrivels

Shariah-based banks saw a sharp fall in excess liquidity in the third quarter of last year because of aggressive investment to the point of violating the ceiling set by the central bank. Between the months of July and September the excess liquidity of the Islamic banking industry shrank 19.54 percent to Tk 5,202 crore from the previous three months, according ...

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China passes strict blockchain regulations requiring more government scrutiny

The Chinese government announced today that companies using distributed ledger blockchain technology in the country must adhere to strict new regulations requiring them to censor content, allow authorities access to data and identify users. The new regulations go into effect on Feb. 15, and will be enforced by the Cyberspace Administration of China. The CAC is the central internet regulator, ...

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Dutch pension firm stops boycott of Israel banks

A pension firm in the Netherlands has removed five Israeli banks from a blacklist it previously created in support of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. The firm PFZW – (Stichting Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn, also known as PGGM) – is the second-largest pension fund in the Netherlands and regularly invests its assets overseas. PFZW had previously invested in ...

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