Special Reports

Is China headed for a Lehman-style crisis?

The Chinese economic miracle seems to have turned into a nightmare lately. With a property sector in collapse and an overleveraged banking system as global interest rates move higher at the speed of light, there is a clear risk that China might suffer a 2008 moment that infects the entire global financial system.

Bitcoin gains on signs of inflation peak – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin and other major altcoins have bounced back from their 2022 lows and are currently extending their advance as the latest US CPI print reinforced expectations that the Fed could scale down its aggressive approach on monetary tightening later in the year.

S&P 500 resumes rebound after stumble; so has it truly bottomed out?

The softer-than-expected US CPI print for July has kickstarted the stalled rally on Wall Street, intensifying the bullish bets that the six-month downtrend is over.

Bitcoin holds above $23,000 key support – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin and other major altcoins have bounced back from their 2022 lows and remain comfortably above their recent support regions on signs that geopolitical tensions are fading combined with expectations that the Fed could scale down its monetary tightening later in the year.

Ethereum outperforms Bitcoin as merge continues to attract attention - Cryptocurrency News

The major cryptocurrencies have been steadily climbing since mid-June, recovering somewhat from the heavy losses suffered from April and emulating the stock rebound on Wall Street.

Bojo leaves, what’s next?

The UK prime minister saw his career suddenly collapsing last week at the most burdensome period for the economy.

Oil prices are the only trade that matters

Energy prices have turned into the most important issue in economics. Their trajectory will shape the future behavior of consumers, central banks, and investors alike.

Bitcoin rebounds above $20,000 despite intensifying systemic woes – Cryptocurrency News

Even though Bitcoin and most cryptocurrencies finished last week on the wrong foot, they quickly gained back some lost ground on Monday benefiting from a slight rebound in investor sentiment.

Bitcoin exhibits weakness but holds above the 20,000 mark – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin and other major altcoins have merely bounced back and remain comfortably above their recent lows on signs that inflation in the US is indeed cooling and the Fed might be able to scale down its monetary tightening later in the year.

Oil breaks below trendline; just a setback or is this a shift in the outlook?  

It’s been a stellar year for commodities as geopolitical turmoil and the pandemic have sparked a global supply crunch in industrial, energy and agricultural commodities.

Yen crash might be entering its final phase

The Japanese yen has been set ablaze, losing 18% of its value against the US dollar this year alone. This stunning downfall has been orchestrated by the Bank of Japan, which refuses to tighten monetary policy.

Bitcoin reclaims $20,000 after weekend bloodbath but downside risks linger – Cryptocurrency News

Last weekend, Bitcoin collapsed to $17,590, marking the first time ever that the king of cryptocurrencies has fallen below its previous cycle's high.

Bitcoin tumbles to 18-month low as persistent inflation terrorizes markets – Cryptocurrency News

The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, Bitcoin, has been experiencing a vast sell-off since the beginning of the week, losing more than 25% before recovering some lost ground.

Can the US economy avoid recession?

The American economy is losing power. The housing market has started to show cracks and businesses are warning they might fire workers as they attempt to defend profit margins.

Bitcoin fails to escape tight range ahead of US CPI – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin ended last week on a positive note, snapping its record losing streak of nine weeks. However, the bulls failed to capitalize on that development and the price has dived again beneath the $30,000 psychological mark, extending its sideways pattern.

Bitcoin reclaims $30,000 mark amid increasing positive correlation with stock indices – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin has kicked-off the week on the front foot, dragging most major altcoins higher and catching up with the stock markets’ latest rally, despite the recent decoupling between digital assets and the major US indices.

Bitcoin hovers near $30,000 as sentiment for risky assets deteriorates – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin has delivered its eighth consecutive weekly loss for the first time in history, currently trading in a tight range around the $30,000 psychological mark, which is more than 50% down from its all-time peak.

Bitcoin fluctuates near $30,000 as sell-off eases, but downside risks linger – Cryptocurrency News

Even though the tremendous downside pressures in the crypto space have eased in the last couple of days, Bitcoin has not managed to profoundly cross above $30,000 as investors remain cautious about the risks surrounding digital currencies since Terra’s devastating crash.

Bitcoin bounces off 10-month low but what now after breaching trend line? – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have been having a dreadful time lately, plummeting across the board amid the deteriorating sentiment in financial markets.

Bitcoin capped below $40,000 but Fed could infuse downside pressure – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin and most altcoins have struggled during the first months of 2022 as central banks’ monetary tightening has been squeezing most assets across the board.



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