Financial services firm Deloitte has conducted a survey of chief financial officers (CFOs) and found that nearly 50% of respondents expect the U.S. economy to be in recession this year. Furthermore, 39% expect the North American economy to be in a period of stagflation by year-end.
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If you need reassurance on just how early you’re to Bitcoin, head to Fortune.com. They interviewed the managing director of Treasury Partners, Jerry Klein, to find out if corporations are thinking about Bitcoin as a store of value. Short answer, “Not one of our clients has expressed interest in Bitcoin.” AvoidBitcoinCFOsCorporateFirmManagementRiskTreasuryVehicleWont Read More
A small scale study of financial executives has found that 5% of companies intend to invest in Bitcoin (BTC) as a corporate asset this year, with a further 11% stating they could do so by 2024.The survey conducted by Gartner comes on the back of news that Tesla invested 8%, 5BitcoinBuyCFOsCorporateFindsPlansurvey Read More
Wall Street chief financial officers (CFO) are more wary of putting company funds into bitcoin after last week’s 30% price plunge, Bloomberg reports.But given the return of bitcoin’s infamous price volatility – which saw the largest cryptocurrency’s price drop thousands below its peak of $41,900 set on Jan. – the BitcoinsBloombergCFOsGiveInvestmentMassiveMullingPauseReserveSwings Read More