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Bitcoin Recovers from Dramatic Fall Below $30,000

Bitcoin extended gains during today’s Asian trading session, rebounding from a fall below $30,000. The digital coin is trading at $34,154.70 at the time of writing. During Tuesday’s US trading session, Bitcoin fell 12% and was trading at $28,824 –
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Taxes to be Imposed on Multinational Companies

The G7 reached an agreement to tax multinational companies on foreign earnings, allowing governments to impose taxes on US tech giants such as Amazon and Facebook. The details of the pact have yet to be determined, but the agreement reached
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US & Russia’s Leaders Participate in “Critical” Meeting

Today, U.S. President Joe Biden is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva. Mr. Biden’s agenda includes topics such as Russia’s opposition repression, the nation’s tense relationship with Ukraine, its meddling in foreign elections, human rights, spying, and recent
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NY Fed Forecasts Higher Inflation & WTI Hits $71.08

Yesterday, amid rumors of creeping inflation, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 touched record highs increasing by 0.2% and 0.9% respectively. Crude oil continues to hover around $70 a barrel, with West Texas Intermediate (WTI) at $71.08 a barrel, at
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G7 Nations & the Fed Meet, Musk Boosts Bitcoin

This week several economic and political events could be affecting the markets as Biden is in Europe, the G7 summit is taking place, the Federal Reserve is meeting to discuss last week’s inflation data, and, perhaps thanks to Elon Musk
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Inflation Soars Back to 13-Year High

Yesterday, the US Department of Labor released data on the Consumer Price Index (CPI). The figure reached 5%, showing a monthly rise of 0.6% over May and a 1,2% increase from the same period in 2008. Cars, flights, clothing, and
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New Data Releases in Europe and the USA

On Wednesday, the markets were bearish. The Dow Jones closed the US session 0.44% lower, the Nasdaq was down 0.09% and the S&P 500 fell 0.18%. In Europe, the CAC 40 was up 0.19% and the Dax 30 closed with