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“Every moment is a fresh beginning.”
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Futures increased this morning, but two of the three major benchmarks are down for the month overall right now. The Nasdaq Composite has shed 3.5% so far this month, while the S&P 500 dropped 0.6%. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the only winner at this point—increasing approximately 1%.
After a wild week that culminated in big losses for the digital currency market, the world’s largest digital currency appears to be poised for a comeback (more on that in the story, below).
And as Memorial Day fast approaches, the number of virus cases in this country is continuing to decline at a rapid pace. According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, the weekly average of new infections is coming in at approximately 26,000 cases a day—a number not seen in nearly a year.
Over the weekend, Virgin Galactic executed a “flawless” spaceflight, which fueled a 20% increase in shares in premarket trading this morning.
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Digital currency is taking off like never before. NOW is the time to get in
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It appears that the darling of the digital currency world is poised for a comeback after a wild week sent the price of the world’s largest digital currency plummeting over the weekend.
Yesterday, the digital asset had fallen below $32,000 before climbing closer to $37,000 this morning.
The modest recovery across the market offers reassurance for investors who may have been rattled by last week’s rollercoaster-like unpredictability. Digital currencies of all kinds suffered as the industry was barraged with a slew of negative news.
“The asset class continues to be highly volatile, with the potential of significant price movements resulting from a single tweet or public comment,” one analyst said.
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