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Bitcoin Steady before ETF rolling, what is expected?

Crypto markets are holding profits; Bitcoin back to $ 8,000 before expected bitcoin ETF decisive, BCH and XRP get slow, Dash pumping. The Crypto markets have kept their weekend gains, as Bitcoin is still floating. The correction, which never ended at the beginning of Sunday trading when the BTC returned to $ 8,000. Today, the market value is still close …

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Aussie set for the biggest rise in 2019 after shock election wins Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Illustrative photo of Australian dollars By Saikat Chatterjee LONDON (Reuters) – The Australian Dollar rose on Monday and is heading for its biggest hike this year as investors cheered a shock-winning win by Prime Minister Scott Morrison's conservative coalition, even about mixed global equities essentially weighted risk appetite. It was up 0.9% at $ 0.6926, bouncing …

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How To Retire From The Next Recession

(Source: imgflip ) I've had a lot of readers ask about whether today a good time to put money to work in blue-chip dividend stocks. After all, fears of a recession in 2020 are rising, and market volatility has increased significantly due to the escalating US / China trade war. As with most things in finance, the answer is "it …

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Warning of "new eurozone crisis"

Media playback not supported on your device Media script A senior advisor to the German government rescues another European crisis can brew. A senior adviser to the German government rescues another European financial crisis may be brewing. Dr Lars Feld, one of Germany's Economic Council, was one of the first year to warn of a slowdown in Europe's largest economy. …

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Japan economy beats expectations of slowdown

Image copyright Getty Images Japan's economy unexpectedly grew in the three months to March, shrugging off forecasts for the world's third largest economy. The economy grew at an annualized 2.1% in the period, preliminary gross domestic product (GDP) data showed. That beat analyst expectations for a 0.2% contraction, as imports fell faster than exports. The data was closely watched for …

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Crude Oil Price Rise on US-Iran Spat, OPEC Output Cuts May Fizzle

CRUDE OIL & GOLD TALKING POINTS: Crude oil prices up as Trump threatens Iran, OPEC mulls output cuts Gold prices recoil from $ 1300 / oz figure to test 9-month trend support Speech from US Fed Chair Powell might weigh on commodity prices Crude oil prices jumped higher at the start of the trading week after US President Trump threatened …

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Weak expenditure overshadows Japan's surprise first-quarter economic expansion of Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: You are standing in front of the mall near the Bank of Japan building in Tokyo By Tetsushi Kajimoto and Playing Kihara TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan's economic growth accelerated unexpectedly in January-March and is driven by net exports from exports and defies the forecasts for a contraction in the world's third largest economy. However, the surprise …

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Air New Zealand chooses Boeing for broad body radiation: sources

FILE PHOTO: The Air New Zealand logo appears in its office at Sydney International Airport in Australia on June 20, 2017. REUTERS / David Gray PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing Co has won a fierce contest to sell broadcasting aircraft to Air New Zealand Ltd and launching a challenge from Europe's Airbus, said industrial sources on Monday. The carrier, which currently …

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Bitcoin Whales Move $ 84 Million In Crypto As Market Rallies – BTC, XRP, Ethereum, Litecoin, Stellar, Bitcoin Cash, Tron Forecasts

Two Bitcoin valves total $ 84 million in cryptos, as the price of Bitcoin again rises to about $ 8,000. The biggest whalen on record in the last 24 hours moved 5,500 BTC worth $ 44.1 million from one wallet to another. .500 🚨 🚨 🚨 5,500 #BTC (44,199,004 USD) transferred from unknown wallet to unknown wallet Tx: https://t.co/exDseAK8TA – …

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Why oil is still underpriced

The oil price is seen in the past week, jerking higher through tensions in the Middle East but was dragged by the fear of the fallout from the trade war between the US and China. In fact, catches are fixed between the two forces and will probably bounce back in the near future based on which factor seems to exert …

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