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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.

Bitcoin fails to reclaim $40,000 level as stocks selloff drags cryptos lower – Cryptocurrency News

It’s been a tumultuous few weeks for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as the war in Ukraine has been both a positive and a negative driving force for digital currencies.

What’s wrong with Bitcoin's rising tech correlation? – Cryptocurrency news

The king of crypto - Bitcoin - fell in tandem with tech stocks this week, with the correlation between the two assets rising to a new high.

Yen falls apart, how likely is FX intervention?

The Japanese yen has been demolished lately, thanks to the Bank of Japan’s reluctance to join the global tightening party.

French election: What does it mean for the euro?

The first round of the French presidential election will be held on April 10, ahead of the runoff two weeks later.

Bitcoin and major altcoins enter a new consolidation phase – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin started the week and new quarter at higher levels than those observed at the beginning of the year, erasing its first quarter downtrend.

Bitcoin storms to 2022 peak dragging broader crypto markets higher – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin price has been rallying in the past week, trading comfortably above the $47,000 mark in the current trading session.

Bitcoin extends sideways move as investors digest Fed’s tightening and war developments – Cryptocurrency News

The ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has attracted significant buying interest for Bitcoin and most major cryptocurrencies.

Is the massacre in growth stocks over?

With the war in Ukraine raging and central banks raising interest rates, equity markets have come under heavy fire.

Bitcoin pinned around $39,000 as Ukraine war proves a blessing and a curse – Cryptocurrency News

Bitcoin has been trading in a range since late January when fears about sky-high inflation took hold over the markets and tensions between Russia and Ukraine first started to escalate.

As Bitcoin heads higher again, is it tracking gold or Wall Street?

The debate about whether Bitcoin is a good store of value, and thus, comparable to gold, has been rumbling on for some time.

Will the stock market crash? Maybe not

The threat of rising interest rates has returned to haunt stock markets. With the Fed going to war against inflation, traders are worried the era of easy money is coming to an end.

Inflation is driving up rate hike bets globally, so why does the dollar remain king?

It is now universally accepted that the pandemic-induced surge in inflation is no longer looking very transitory and central banks around the world are starting to hit the panic button.

Will 2022 be a better year for the airline industry?

Delays and cancellations have featured in another pandemic-stricken quarter for the aviation industry, but compared to the catastrophic 2020, 2021 has been more kind to US airlines according to earnings estimates.

Stocks 2022 outlook: will the bulls dominate or are bumpier times ahead?

It’s been another spectacular year for equity markets as the pandemic-induced stimulus has kept the rally on Wall Street alive even as the virus threat has yet to recede.

FX year ahead 2022: Brace for volatility

It has been an exceptional year for the US dollar, which defied all the doom and gloom predictions to gain more than 10% against the Japanese yen.

Commodities outlook: what does 2022 hold for gold and oil as virus still lingers?

In 2021, optimism about the global economic recovery pressured gold to retreat from its 2020 highs but remain comfortably above its pre-pandemic levels.

Can anything stop the stock market?

Stock markets have gone on an absolute rampage this year. The problem is that the factors that initially fueled this rally - heavy government spending and endless central bank liquidity - are slowly fading away.



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