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Gold rises to 5-month high amid inflation fears

Gold rose to $1,912.74 per ounce yesterday, breaking through the psychological barriers of $1,900. The gold price rally, the highest in five months, is most likely the result of a weak dollar, inflation, and a drop in U.S. Treasury yields.
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New Crypto Appears amid Concerns over Fed Stimulus Cut

Yesterday, despite rumors about Federal Reserve (Fed) officials discussing a plan to cut fiscal stimulus in the face of inflation, most markets closed positive in both the US and Europe. Cryptocurrencies are slowly recovering from last week’s plunge, with Bitcoin
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EU Summit to Cover Brexit, COVID-19, Climate Change

Today, the European summit, a two days’ long political meeting at which the assembled political leaders will voice their foreign, social, and economic policy concerns, begins. In particular, the summit will focus on the review of Brexit agreements and Europe’s
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Stability in Cryptocurrencies & Biden’s Tax Plan

During Thursday’s trading session stock markets stabilized. The Nasdaq broke above the 50-day moving average, the SP&500 was up 0.1%, oil suffered its biggest weekly drop since March, the dollar weakened, and cryptocurrencies seemed to steady after their plunge in
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Cryptocurrencies and Stock Markets Record Rapid Declines

Yesterday, the Federal Reserve (Fed) released data from its April meeting, a meeting that took place before the US employment decline, hiring constraints, and the unexpected rebound in consumer prices. Nevertheless, the Fed sees the economy as gradually recovering, and
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Climate Change Leads Central Banks’ Policies

“Climate change can directly affect inflation. This can happen when more frequent floods or droughts destroy crops and raise food prices, for example,” Frank Elderson, ECB Executive Board member and chair of the central bankers’ climate group noted in an