New Money Review staff

Rising bond yields threaten share prices

Ten-year US Treasury bond yields could double again from current levels, unsettling stock markets. The V-shaped economic recovery we’ve seen since the coronavirus panic of last March could push US […]

Trump ups payment app war

The US/China conflict over the future of money has just moved up a notch. Yesterday, outgoing US president Donald Trump signed an executive order banning US users from accessing eight […]

Gold or bitcoin—which store of value?

One has been around for three billion years, the other for only twelve. Yet supporters of the upstart—bitcoin—say it can beat gold as a vehicle for long-term savings. In the […]

Financial data-sharing leaps ahead in the UK

Open banking—which allows consumers to link savings, budgeting and faster payments apps with their bank accounts—is leaping ahead in the UK. But consumer protection standards may need to jump to […]

Taking the difficulty out of bitcoin

Bitcoin mining is one of the riskiest industries in the world. Now a new financial product aims to make the activity a little less dangerous. Hashrate futures, launched last week […]