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Financial Literacy and Inclusion. How to ensure that financial services deliver for everyone.

LONDON, 13 April 2023 / Policy/ –Financial literacy and inclusion are essential for a strong and vibrant economy. When people have the knowledge and skills to manage their finances, they are better able to save, invest, and plan for the future. They are also less likely to fall into debt or become victims of financial fraud.
There are a number of things that can be done to improve financial literacy and inclusion. One is to provide more financial education in schools and workplaces. Another is to make financial products and services more accessible to everyone, regardless of income or background. Finally, it is important to break down the stigma associated with debt and financial hardship.

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The Metaverse and NFTs of The Abode of Chaos dixit NYT, Contemporary Art Museum and headquarters of Artprice by Artmarket.com – a reality according to n°2208 of the monthly magazine Géomètre (creation 1847)

Taking into account Artmarket.com’s shareholder equity, equity of the market, and their access to any information likely to impact the share price, Artmarket.com must inform the market and its shareholders of the publication of a long article by Marielle Mayo, entitled “Abode of Chaos, a Metaverse in the making” which appears in the December 2022 n°2208 issue of the monthly magazine Géomètre© (creation 1847).

This article reports on the Metaverse of the Organe Contemporary Art Museum which manages La Demeure du Chaos / Abode of Chaos (dixit The New York Times), extended to Artprice’s headquarters, specifically the NFT Marketplace linked to the Blockchain. Continue reading


The Cost of Living Crisis: The Human Impact

People around the world are facing increasing pressures on their day-to-day lives. Food, energy bills and living costs are rocketing as inflation reaches record levels due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and rising global instability.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation has spoken to people living in 18 countries around the world in an attempt to gauge the human impact of the crisis.
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