Increasingly pessimistic

By Craig Erlam European stock markets are poised for another weak open as much of Asia reopened on Tuesday to large declines. Asia is flashing red as it nears the close and

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Cryptocurrency scam warning

Police have urged the public to be vigilant of their online transactions after a 49-year-old man reported he was scammed out of over €40,000 after receiving advice on social media from someone he

Confidence returns to Bitcoin

Bitcoin investors and traders were cheerful Tuesday as the prominent cryptocurrency maintained its price near $22,000 for the first time since June. The Bitcoin price has settled above the $21,500 resistance zone,

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Damage control

By Jeffrey Halley  New York had another tumultuous session overnight, dominated by noise from the crypto sector where (un)stable coins continued to suffer from untethering. Either the crypto noise was pushing equities

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Bitcoin dip is a buying opportunity

Bitcoin dipping to a three-month low is seen by investors as a buying opportunity because the cryptocurrency has just reached a landmark moment in becoming adopted as a significant currency, according to

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Tech glitch as Netflix disappoints

By Craig Erlam Wednesday was slightly better for stock markets in Europe as they continued to fluctuate in the same ranges they’ve traded in for the last month. US indices had a

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A Bullard in a China shop

By Jeffrey Halley The ‘who can be the most hawkish Fed President’ quiz continued overnight as James Bullard came out swinging, suggesting that Fed Funds may need to rise to a “neutral”

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