So far our Grey Swans have featured pieces on markets, US politics, inflation, and a possible China-US war. Today, it’s all about China’s experiment with CBDCs and carbon taxes.
Anton Tonev gives his take on what China’s CBDC could mean for the HKD. Dominique Dwor-Frecaut offers an alternative view based on the LionRock project. And finally, Karl Massey argues that carbon taxes could be on the agenda next year. All pieces are free for all our members, and as a reminder Grey Swans are those low probably high impact events that few expect. I hope you enjoy them.
Read more: https://macrohive.com/grey-swans-chinas-cbdc-to-hurt-usd-hkd-re-peg-global-carbon-taxes/