Bitcoin broke below a key support level on Friday after a major stock sell-off in the U.S. Thursday spooked the cryptocurrency market and sent bitcoin tumbling about 10%. Bitcoin fell less than 1% Friday to $35,917.98, according to Coin Metrics. Ether slid 1.1% to $2,683.64.
The Russian rouble jumped Wednesday to around a two-year high against both the dollar and the euro, Reuters reported.
Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orbán on Friday said the EU's proposed oil embargo is a red line for his country.
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The EU can wean itself off Russian gas by 2025 without additional imports from other countries, a report from NGO Climate Action Network Europe found on Friday
Berkshire Hathaway added to its Chevron bet significantly during the first quarter, making the energy stock the conglomerate’s fourth biggest equity holding.
Cryptocurrencies in the past few years has increased rapidly. Especially the youth have invested a lot in this currency. However, this investment medium is very risky. But the more risky it is, the more profit is also in it.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk held talks with Twitter’s board early Monday as part of his bid to buy social media platform Twitter. This news has come in the media. Musk said last week that he offered to buy Twitter for US$46.5 billion, after which he has been pressuring the company to make the deal. The Times quoted people with knowledge of the matter as saying that the two sides are discussing the relevant modalities in case an agreement is reached.