Month: May 2022

May was an incredibly challenging month for the cryptocurrency market as a majority of tokens booked heavy losses as a bear market was confirmed, but not every project dropped back to pre-bull market lows. Chain (XCN), a protocol designed to help organizations launch their own blockchain network or connect with other more established networks, managed
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Municipals were slightly firmer in light trading Tuesday with the asset class ignoring a large selloff in U.S. Treasuries while equities ended the session with losses. Triple-A yield curves saw up to two basis point bumps, continuing to outperform U.S. Treasuries, moving ratios lower again. Muni-to-UST ratios were at 74% in five years, 87% in
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The UK and EU have agreed a co-ordinated ban on insuring ships carrying Russian oil, shutting Moscow out of the vital Lloyd’s of London insurance market and sharply curbing its ability to export crude, according to British and European officials. Lloyd’s has been the heart of the marine insurance industry for centuries and blocking its
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While bitcoin has lost more than 16% in value against the U.S. dollar during the past 30 days, the cryptocurrency’s market capitalization is still the tenth-largest asset by market valuation. With $603 billion in market value, bitcoin is above Meta’s (formally Facebook) capitalization and just below Berkshire Hathaway’s overall valuation. Despite Losing Over 16% in
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Bitcoin (BTC) price action has been surprisingly bullish since May 27. Weekends, especially holiday weekends, are notoriously volatile and indecisive, with major whipsaws in price movements being the norm. Even in bull markets, bearish price action is often the norm, but BTC bucked that trend.  BTC/USD daily chart (Coinbase) Source: TradingView Bitcoin rallied nearly 11%
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