Bitcoin miners are traditionally “hodlers” who only sell the cryptocurrency when needed, but persistently low prices and leveraged miners are being pressured to sell to make ends meet.
Weaker economic data has investors betting that central banks will be constrained in their ability to tighten policy, seeing an 11th hour rally in rate-sensitive tech stocks.
Central bankers are having to contend with one of the most complex macroeconomic environments in decades and as a result, are having to develop policy on the fly, fueling uncertainty.
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Energy stocks which were the one bright spot amidst the current market malaise, have fallen alongside other sectors on recession concerns.
Celsius Network suggests that it will need more time to normalize withdrawals and operations.
Normalizing central bank policy will hit the lower and middle classes hardest, as they grapple with inflation while borrowing costs for mortgages and auto loans soars.
Bank of Japan goes on an incredible US$81 billion bond-buying spree to put a lid on soaring Japanese sovereign bond yields, which appears to have worked for now.
Crypto startups attracting eye-watering valuations are now having to contend with years of austerity as the sector faces pullbacks from what appears to be a lengthy crypto winter.
Investors need to manage their expectations as 0.75% rate hikes by the U.S. Federal Reserve become par for the course, as opposed to the more modest 0.50% hikes earlier.