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The Finance & Tech Week In Review – 8/12/17

Every Saturday the HBCU Money staff picks ten articles they were intrigued by and think you will enjoy for some weekend reading impacting finance and tech.

Iran has opened possibly the world’s biggest bookstore / WEF wef.ch/2vfXAUU

Stocks dominated by short-run fluctuations in volume have returns abnormally higher vs. similar stocks / NBER bit.ly/2vKAuGI

How to Help Colleges Teach Financial Literacy / WSJ ow.ly/JJG230emoTX

Welcome to China’s urban forest / WEF wef.ch/2ulBHVv

This is when a robot is going to take your job, according to Oxford University / WEF wef.ch/2wqaiPi

Not just a headache: How migraine changes your brain / New Scientist bit.ly/2uwYbik

A look at the infrastructure needs of the nation’s treasured sites / Pew Trusts ow.ly/BDUW30emoBt

Are German Automakers Facing Their iPhone Moment With Tesla? / Clean Technica ow.ly/agpA30emoz7

How the Infamous Kunlun Fishing Ship Met Its Demise / Pew Trust ow.ly/LhEF30emovI

A look at Rwanda’s genocide helps explain why ordinary people kill their neighbors / Science News ow.ly/gx6D30emotv

HBCU Money™ Dozen Links 10/28 – 11/1


Did you miss HBCU Money™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. We have made some changes here at HBCU Money™ Dozen. We are now solely focused on research and central bank articles from the previous week.


Go ahead geoengineers, hack the climate – it’s legal l New Scientist ow.ly/qojEI

Solar Now Accounts For 57% Of Chile’s Renewable Energy Pipeline l Clean Technica dlvr.it/4FDj0F

Grazing horses with other species equine l KY Equine Research ow.ly/q4wM6

10 tech terrors that will haunt your dreams l InfoWorld ow.ly/qokQw

Smart glasses help the blind see l New Scientist ow.ly/qol3F

The emerging turf battle between information and physical security pros l CSOonline shar.es/IdjYA

Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments

Since 2005, Rwanda has emerged as the regional champion in regulatory reform efforts l World Bank wrld.bg/qn2ts

Country with highest proportion of women in parliament: Rwanda (64%) l World Economic Forum wef.ch/r160z

Will digital money every completely replace cash? l World Bank wrld.bg/qnyGC

Egypt maintains rates, downside risks to limit inflation l Central Bank News dlvr.it/4F2tJY

A nation of renters? Not so, delinquent borrowers say l Housing Wire hwi.re/4F1Fxx

Africa’s food and beverage markets could grow to top one trillion dollars in value in 2030 l World Bank wrld.bg/pfvmS

Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.

Currencies Of The African Diaspora – Rwanda

The franc became the currency of Rwanda in 1916, when Belgium occupied the previously German colony and the Belgian Congo franc replaced the German East African rupie. Rwanda used the currency of Belgian Congo until 1960, when the Rwanda and Burundi franc was introduced. Rwanda began issuing its own francs in 1964. There are plans to introduce a common currency, a new East African shilling, for the five member states of the East African community.






Source: Wikipedia