IMF rejects El Salvador & astronauts reach Chinese space station
Just one week after adopting bitcoin as legal tender, El Salvador’s calls for assistance have been rejected by the IMF. Boom Bust’s Ben Swann and Christy Ai offer their opinions on the latest announcement from the IMF and give their forecasts on the real-world experiment unfolding in El Salvador. In the wake of the Fed’s decision on lending rates, the US dollar has climbed to recent highs. Tobin Smith of Transformity Research lends his take on the Fed’s moves and the ongoing inflation facing the US. And as the private sector space race takes off in the US, China has successfully launched astronauts to its own space station. Rick Tumlinson, the founder and chairman of SpaceFund, joins the program to discuss the latest accomplishment and what it means for the future of space exploration. While swaths of vaccinated tourists are looking to hit the seas on cruises, it seems there are choppy waves on the horizon. RT’s John Huddy brings us the latest from Florida, where the governor has barred vaccine passports, complicating things for the industry.
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