Month: February 2022

Whenever Bitcoin (BTC) fails to break through important resistance levels, traders gain confidence and add to their altcoin positions. The logic is that, unless BTC drops significantly, these movements historically provide decent rewards for those shifting their portfolios toward higher risk. Bitcoin/USD at FTX. Source: TradingView In the past seven days, the aggregate market capitalization
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Which of the forces pushing and pulling at the US economy will most impact real estate in the coming months? We have inflation, the invasion of Ukraine, and the prospect of increasing interest rates all bouncing off each other and creating chaos in the financial markets. These issues in turn generate fear and loathing both at the
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Great natural light can give a boost to any property. These residences for sale have an abundance of natural light from walls of windows and take in the views from their locations worldwide.  Tall picture windows frame the famous Tête-d’Or Park from the living room inside this stunning … [+] apartment in Lyon. Groupe Mercure
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Tommaso79 | Istock | Getty Images Although government intervention helped the U.S. avoid the scariest predictions for the possible number of pandemic-related evictions, hundreds of thousands of families still found notices on their doors. Since March 2020, landlords filed more than 750,000 evictions in the six states and 31 cities that The Eviction Lab at
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The vice prime minister of Ukraine has asked all major cryptocurrency exchanges to freeze accounts of all Russian users. However, some crypto exchanges have already denied the request. Binance confirmed it is “not going to unilaterally freeze millions of innocent users’ accounts” while Kraken says it is “not really a viable business option for us.”
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Soaring inflation could pressure the credit ratings of public sector utilities if rising costs lead to rate hikes that spark customer and political opposition, S&P Global Ratings said. The Consumer Price Index jumped 7.5% in the 12 months through January – the largest increase in nearly 40 years – leaving consumers and non-profit power, gas,
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Bitcoin (BTC) faced down $40,000 on Feb. 27 as hopes for the weekly close hinged on avoiding a fourth red monthly candle in a row. BTC/USD 1-hour candle chart (Bitstamp). Source: TradingView Tensions mount for TradFi markets open Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro and TradingView showed BTC/USD making several attempts to break out of the $30,000-$40,000
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Coming every Saturday, Hodler’s Digest will help you track every single important news story that happened this week. The best (and worst) quotes, adoption and regulation highlights, leading coins, predictions and much more — a week on Cointelegraph in one link. Top Stories This Week Former Cisco employee launches DAO to buy Denver Broncos A
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Ethereum (ETH) and decentralized finance (DeFi) are undergoing a seismic shift as the transition to Eth2 and a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism is helping to increase the value proposition for the network which has historically has been plagued with scaling issues and high transaction costs.  Alongside this transition has been the introduction of liquid staking, which
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The European Commission announced to remove a number of Russian banks from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) messaging system, aimed at hindering Russia’s capacity to carry out cross-border payments.  In a joint statement released by the European Commission, leaders from France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States highlighted
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Fitch Ratings on Friday revised Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s outlook to stable from negative and affirmed its AA-minus rating ahead of an upcoming general obligation bond deal. Fitch said the revision reflects its expectation “the city will maintain stable financial performance, gradually rebuilding reserves after a large draw on fund balance in 2020 that resulted from pandemic
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What do consumers want most in their kitchens?  One industry research group polls them regularly for the answer to that question. According to the Research Institute for Cooking & Kitchen Intelligence’s latest poll, the top 10 most-desired design features include numerous wellness-enhancing features. Walk-in Pantry A walk-in pantry was the first choice of the 995
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Crypto is going mainstream, and the world’s younger generation, in particular, is taking note. Cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com recently predicted that crypto users worldwide could reach 1 billion by the end of 2022. Further findings show that Millennials — those between the ages of 26 and 41 — are turning to digital asset investment to build
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