Global Stock Slump Continues; China Gets Hit Hard: Markets Wrap

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The sell-off in global inventories that briefly looked to have ended mid-week has come back, tip-off sells from the U.S. to Asia into declines exceeding 10 percent from their January high-flowns. China, where retail investors dominate, got hit especially hard Friday. Equity brokers have yet to get comfy with a jump up in standard U.S. […]

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Bitcoin’s Brutal Week Is Even Worse in South Korea

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The extending selloff in cryptocurrencies has just claimed another martyr: Bitcoin’s kimchi premium. Prices for the virtual currency in South Korea have scrambled back in line with those on overseas exchanges for the first time in seven weeks, deleting a gap that had swelled to 51 percent in early January. The premium had been so […]

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Massive Cryptocurrency Heist Spurs Calls for More Regulation

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At 2:57 a.m. on Friday morning in Tokyo, person hacked into the digital purse of Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Coincheck Inc . and drew off one of the most important heists in history. Three days later, the stealing of roughly $500 million in digital tokens is still reverberating through cryptocurrency sells and program curves around the […]

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Bitcoin Fall Extends to 25% as Fears of Crypto Crackdown Linger

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January’s cryptocurrency selloff get fresh impetus on Tuesday when Bitcoin slumped as much as 25 percentage, as the prospect of regulatory crackdowns appeared to spread. While the largest digital coin was down 25 percentage at $10,338 as of 4: 37 p.m. in New York, it was still at the lowest since early December, according to […]

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Cryptocurrencies Retreat Amid Concern of South Korean Clampdown

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Bitcoin slumped to its lowest level since Christmas day as South Korea’s justice minister repetition his proposalto ban neighbourhood cryptocurrency exchanges, fueling fear a territory crackdown will erode is asking for digital coins in one of the world’s biggest markets. The minister’s comments to reporters on Thursday were later downplayed by a spokesman for President […]

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Bitcoin Dips Below $14,000 as South Korea Eyes Fresh Regulations

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Bitcoin resumed its move Thursday, dipping below $14,000 as the cryptocurrency’s dizzying lowering from a record adjusted 10 days ago intensified. The latest punch to the world’s biggest cryptocurrency received from South Korea, where the governmental forces said it was eyeing options for stamping out a What the World’s Central Banks Are Saying About CryptocurrenciesNovogratz […]

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Bitcoin Finds Floor After Worst Selloff Since 2015

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Bitcoin rebounded on Saturday along with most of the major cryptocurrencies, halting a four-day descent that chose worldwide attention to the unregulated $500 billion grocery that’s often called a bubble. The double-digit bounceback was strongest with second-tier digital coins. Bitcoin cash soared 21 percent and litecoin gained 12 percent as cryptocurrency sellers retrieved confidence. They […]

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North Korea Warns That Nuclear War Could Break Out Any Moment

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North Korea warned that a nuclear fight” may break out a few moments” as the U.S. and South Korea began one of the largest joint naval drills off both the east and western coast of the peninsula. Kim In Ryong, North Korea’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, said on Monday that his society had […]

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World Cup 2018 power rankings: Germany on top among qualified 23 | Nick Ames

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Twenty-three societies have booked their homes for the World cup finals in Russia, with the holders and Brazil inspecting in good shape but we rank England in 13 th locate, below Iceland 1) Germany If the world supporters were frustrated by their failure to win continental stature at Euro 2016 they have certainly made it […]

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North Korea nuclear crisis: Putin warns of planetary catastrophe

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As Kim Jong-un reportedly prepares further missile launch, Russian president says further sanctions would be useless The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has warned that the escalating North Korean crisis could cause a planetary catastrophe and huge loss of life, and described US proposals for further sanctions on Pyongyang as useless. Ramping up military hysteria in […]

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