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232 Wikipedia Users Force the Online Encyclopedia to Ditch Bitcoin, Ethereum, and BCH Donation Options https://cryptonews.com/news/232-wikipedia-users-force-the-online-encyclopedia-to-ditch-bitcoin-ethereum-and-bch-donation-options.htm

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Little forkers: BCH and BSV get crushed by Bitcoin price in 2021 https://cointelegraph.com/news/little-forkers-bch-and-bsv-get-crushed-by-bitcoin-price-in-2021

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Auszug aus einem meiner lieblings Newsletters: Our readers will have to patiently stand by for the December Cryptocurrency Update until next week. Wednesday, the 15th of December (the last day of data collection) closes late, delaying our publication. So, today I want to focus on some of the material that likely would have gone into that update. Let’s start with 2017, when I first said that cryptoassets were the opportunity of a lifetime. Here are some examples of “Big Money” quotes at that time. Avoid BTC like the plague. There is nothing to support BTC except the hope that you will sell it to someone for more money than you paid for it. —John Bogle, father of Vanguard Funds BTC is rat poison squared. —Warren Buffet, Chairman Berkshire Hathaway, Does it support people who want to use currencies for anonymous uses for the wrong purposes? Absolutely. —James Gorman CEO Morgan Stanley An Index in Money Laundering. —Blackrock CEO, Larry Fisk My own view on BTC, for example, is I really don’t know, but it’s really not something, you know, individually that’s important to me. —David Solomon, CEO Goldman Sachs It’s a fraud and worse than tulip bulbs. —Jamie Dillan, JP Morgan Something that goes up 700% in a year is by definition speculative. —James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley Big Money’s problem with cryptoassets in late 2017 was that they had no plan in place for how to capitalize on it. It was a lot different than collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), where they securitized debt obligations, including very dangerous subprime loans, added leverage, and then sold them to the public. Now these were rat poison squared and the big bank actions almost brought down the entire economy. What happened next? 2018 saw a severe 85% drawdown in cryptoassets. My guess is that Big Money manipulations had a lot to do with it, and that drawdown gave them time to develop a plan. In the meantime, they had politicians and the general public believing that something like BTC was only for crooks. However, BTC is a totally traceable cryptocurrency and once you have one address, a good forensic scientist can trace all of that person’s addresses. Because of this bad press, BTC miners, who were producing 1800 BTC per day, could not get major financing for their mining activities and had to cash in much of their newly acquired assets to fund their operations. Now, fast forward to 2020. 1. BTC had a halving and only 900 BTC could be produced per day. 2. Grayscale had launched a trust for accredited investors and they were buying up all the newly mined BTC and more. They were subsequently approved by the SEC as a security and then accredited investors had a way to get out of their investment. 3. By September 2020, PayPal and Square were buying up about 110% of the newly mined BTC each day. 4. And suddenly Big Money had a new appreciation of cryptoassets. Let’s look at a few of the big investment bank’s activities. • Bakkt was developed by Intercontinental Exchange Holdings (owner of the NYSE) and by Microsoft and Starbucks to facilitate crypto trading by big institutions. • Goldman Sachs is offering both futures and options trading to its customers for Ether and Bitcoin. Remember that several years ago BTC was dangerous but now the big banks are offering derivatives trading on BTC. • JP Morgan has given their customers access to a half dozen crypto funds and has created their own digital currency JPM Coin • Bank of America (Merrill Lynch) has now opened a digital research division in their operations. • Morgan Stanley became the first big bank to offer BTC funds to their wealth management customers. However, the biggest change is that the big banks are now willing to lend money to crypto miners so that they can keep most of their funds and not have to sell them to fund mining operations. Morgan Stanley and Fidelity, as an example, funded $425 million to Cipher Mining so they could continue operations without selling off their newly mined BTC. Okay. Now ask, “What happens when crypto miners don’t have to sell their 900 BTC that are mined each day?” Over the last six months, BTC miners have dropped the amount of BTC they are selling to exchanges by 70%. They are now selling about 14.9% of what they produce and hoarding the other 85.1%. Crypto Credit Cards There is one more new factor that is using up crypto. I found three different credit cards that earn crypto rewards. Notice that these are all sponsored by crypto exchanges and not by the big banks. 1. BlockFi Credit card gives you 3.5% crypto rewards on everything you purchase in the first three months, then 1.5% per transaction, and 2% if you spend $50,000 in a year. 2. Gemini gives you 3% on dining, 2% on groceries, and 1% on other purchases. 3. Venmo gives you 3% back on your top spending category, 2% on the next best category, and 1% on everything else. And, you can convert this money automatically into either BTC, BCH, LTC, or ETH. Why would you want cash rewards when you can get BTC (or other crypto rewards)? And what is the impact of this if it becomes more widespread? The average person earns about $550 in credit card rewards each year. What if most people switch to cards giving crypto rewards? Market Manipulation So why isn’t all this leading to an absolute boom in crypto? There is a huge demand for BTC and other cryptoassets that is using up all the new supply and much more. The answer, in my opinion, is market manipulation. Cryptoassets are largely unregulated. And, even if they became regulated in the US, they would remain unregulated in most of the world. Many crypto exchanges offer margin buying at 100 to 1 leverage. That means a 1% move in your favor doubles your money but a 1% move against you will wipe you out. One big investor or one institutional investor with say 10,000 BTC can start selling and create a boomerang effect, triggering many stops, and wiping out all the leveraged speculators in one shot. And, for some strange reason, most crypto prices are HIGHLY correlated to BTC. So, if you can move the price of BTC down, you can move all cryptoasset prices down. With 10,000 BTC, you can perform a wonderous manipulation. For example, I’ve noticed that many such moves (up to 20-25% down in about an hour or two) occur Saturday night when most people in the US are asleep. Here are some examples for BTC just in 2021. Saturday, May 19th, on a volume of 126 billion BTC (huge), the price went down from $42,845 to $30,682. That was a 28% drop that took place in a few hours. Sunday, April 18th, on a volume of 97 billion BTC, the price went from $60,702 to $52,829. Again, late at night for US citizens. That was a 13% drop in a few hours. Saturday, December 4th, on a volume of $61 billion BTC, the price went from $53,728 to $42,874. That was a drop of 20.2% a few hours later at night. I got these prices from CoinMarketCap which is owned by Binance and reflects their prices. Frequently, there is a spike that goes much lower on some other exchanges. What happens after such a price manipulation? • Fundamental analysis starts to give you many reasons why the new price is correct or BTC had the crash. • Technical analysis does a new analysis of the market and usually assumes it’s now bearish without any mention of market manipulation. • And the whole crypto market collapses because for some strange reason every coin acts in concert with BTC. • All of it is made up and whoever manipulated the market is happy and can start accumulating at a much lower price unless they have a reason to drop the market even more. Conclusions: • Cryptoassets are still the investment of a lifetime. This is Van’s opinion, but if you don’t like BTC you miss out on all the profits. • Big Money has moved from totally against it to supporting it now that they know how to make profits on it. • Big Money doesn’t care if it’s safe or not. In fact, they are focusing on derivatives of cryptoassets rather than the assets themselves which are much more dangerous. • Market manipulation is unbelievable in the crypto world. And big institutions could be behind it. We are developing a foundation class on the games Big Money plays and this article is a good preview. Next Monday, December 20th, I will be giving a free webinar (no ads or promotions) which will most likely become part of this of course. In Monday’s webinar, I’ll be talking about Big Money games, the power games of politicians, how Big Money really controls that, and what you can do about it. Let’s end with this quote—a great example of what goes on for the masters of Big Money. These truths are well known among our principal men, who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world. By dividing the voter through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies fighting for questions of no importance. It is thus, by discrete action, we can secure for ourselves that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished.1 Until next week, This is Van Tharp

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was ist eure Meinung zu Bitcoins Cash - auch so ein sterbender Altcoi? habe ich schon seit 2018 in meiner wallet, also seit dem Fork.. überlege BCH komplett aufzulösen. Oder meint ihr, da wird noch was kommen in Zukunft?

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Friday, August 13, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 50.00 0.14% 35,452 S&P 500 3.25 0.07% 4,457 Nasdaq 3.50 0.02% 15,081 Following a third straight record close for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average, futures are again looking to push higher, building on the continued upward momentum. Volumes were very light on Thursday and market breadth was negative, but that didn’t stop major averages from climbing all day despite another rise in producer prices (PPI inflation data) as the S&P 500 recorded its 47th record close this year (on track to beat its record of 62 record highs registered in 2017). Volume on U.S. exchanges was just 8.38 billion shares, making it one of the slowest trading days of the year. The average for the full session over the last 20 trading days is around 9.5 billion shares. It’s also now been 323 calendar days since the S&P 500 last ended, on a closing basis, a decline of 5% or more from a record high (according to Reuters). In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index slid -37 points to dip back below the 28,000 level, the Shanghai Index dipped -8 points to 3,516 and the Hang Seng Index dropped -126 points to 26,391. In Europe, the German DAX is higher by 75 points to move above the 16,000 level, while the FTSE 100 is up over 25 points to 7,220. After a consolidation day, crypto assets are surging again this morning, on track for weekly highs for Bitcoin around $46,500, Ethereum up over $3,250 and Bitcoin cash ($BCH) up 5% around $640. In stock news, the FDA amended the emergency use authorizations granted for Pfizer ($PFE)/BioNTech ($BNTX) and Moderna ($MRNA) COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday, allowing their use as booster shots in certain immunocompromised individuals Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index gained 13.13 points, or 0.30%, to 4,460.83 The Dow Jones Industrial Average edged higher 14.88 points, or 0.04%, to 35,499.85 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 51.13 points, or 0.35%, to 14,816.26 The Russell 2000 Index declined -6.27 points, or 0.28% to 2,244.07 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM ET Import/Export Prices MoM for July 10:00 AM ET University of Michigan Sentiment, Aug-P 1:00 PM EST Baker Hughes Weekly rig count data Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: CL, ME, VERO Other Key Events: Cowen 9th Annual Internet & Media Bus Tour (virtual), 8/9-8/13 Credit Suisse 4th Annual FinTech Conference (virtual), 8/11-8/13 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.02 69.07 Brent 0.03 71.34 Gold 10.10 1,761.90 EUR/USD 0.0018 1.1748 JPY/USD -0.14 110.27 10-Year Note -0.025 1.342% Sector News Breakdown Consumer AirBnB ($ABNB) Q2 gross bookings $13.4B up 320% vs. est. $11.19B; saw strong demand for bookings in q2, achieving highest gross nights booked of any quarter; number of active listings grew in q2; active listings in non-urban destinations in Europe & N. America increased 8% from Q1 2021 to Q2; expect q3 rev to be co’s strongest qtrly rev on record and to deliver the highest adj Ebitda dollars and margin ever; expect GBV in q3 2021 to be well above 2019 levels, but below co saw in q2 due to impact of booking timing differences and cancellations DoorDash ($DASH) 2Q revs $1.2B vs est. $1.08B, qtrly total orders +69% to 345Mm, qtrly marketplace gov +70% to $10.5B; guides 3Q marketplace gov $9.3-9.8B with adj EBITDA $0-100Mm vs est. $44Mm; guides FY marketplace gov $39-40.5B w/ adj EBITDA $150-350Mm vs est. $213.5Mm JBS SA, the world’s largest meatpacker, said late Thursday it has proposed buying the remaining common shares in Pilgrim’s Pride (PPC) for $26.50 per share in order to delist its U.S.-based subsidiary, which represents a premium of about 17% to PPC’s last close PepsiCo Inc. ($PEP) and Boston Beer Co. (SAM) said they plan to partner on an alcoholic version of the Mountain Dew soft drink with the brand Hard Mtn Dew. The coming product is a nod to what the companies see as evolving tastes of drinkers, executives said Tuesday. Fiesta Restaurant ($FRGI) Q2 EP S0.11, in-line with ests; Q2 revs $91.2M, consensus $157.49M; Comp restaurant sales at Pollo Tropical increased 43.5%; comparable restaurant sales at Taco Cabana increased 15.6% Flowers Foods ($FLO) Q2 adj EPS $0.32 vs. est. $0.28; Q2 revs $1.02B vs. est. $1.01B; raises FY21 EPS view to $1.17-$1.22 from $1.10-$1.17 (est. $1.15), while narrows FY21 revenue view to $4.26B-$4.30B from $4.23B-$4.30B (est. $4.25B); Q2 adjusted EBITDA decreased 5.0% to $122.1M Luminar Technologies ($LAZR) 2Q adj EPS ($0.08) vs est. ($0.08) on revs $6.3Mm vs est. $6.32Mm; guides FY revs $30-33Mm vs est. $27.35Mm Mister Car Wash ($MCW) Q2 adj EPS $0.14 on revs $197.1M (vs. $101.9M last year); Q2 comp store sales increased 93% for the second quarter of 2021 compared to Q2 fiscal 2020; sees FY21 revenue net growth of about 30% and comparable stores sales growth of 29% to 33% Rush Street interactive ($RSI) Q2 adj EPS loss (-$0.04) vs. est. loss (-$0.12); Q2 revs $122.8M vs. est. $112.4M; boosts FY21 revenue view to $465M-$495M from $440M-$480M (est. $467.69M) Hall of Fame Resort & Entertainment (HOFV) Q2 revenue +39% to $2.4M, Q2 net income was $15.5M, Q2 Adj EBITDA loss ($5.6M) vs $1.3M YoY and Q2 cash balance, including restricted cash, of $73.7M vs $68.5M as of March 31, 2021 Energy, Industrials and Materials Kansas City Southern (KSU) says its board has determined that the latest unsolicited proposal from Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) does not constitute a superior proposal, and reaffirms its support of a merger with Canadian National Railway (CNI). Earlier this week, CP submitted a new $300 per share offer that values KSU at $31B. Under the terms of the CNI, KSU holders would receive $200 in cash and 1.129 CNI shares Boeing’s (BA) Starliner space capsule launch is facing delays of several months as it will likely need repairs, the WSJ reported Maxeon Solar (MAXN) 2Q EPS ($1.99) vs est. ($1.39) on revs $176Mm vs est. $181.1Mm; guides 3Q revs $220-240Mm vs est. $220Mm Hydrofarm Holdings (HYFM) Q2 adj EPS $0.30 vs. est. $0.20; Q2 sales $133.8M vs. est. $134.7M; sees FY sales up 45%-50% XL Fleet Corp. (XL) 2 EPS ($0.08) vs est. ($0.06) on revs $3.7M vs est. $4.4M; OEMs have pushed out the opening of new orders and extended lead times, indicating the shortage of its new commercial fleet vehicles will stretch into 2022 Financials com ($LZ) Q2 adj EPS $0.03 vs est. $0.02 on revs $150.4M vs est. $140.5M, gross margin 67% from 68% in Q1; sees Q3 revs $143M-$147M, FY revs $570M-$578M vs est. $564.36M, FY adj EBITDA $55M-$59M, says 2021 quarterly revenue growth rates are affected by the impact Covid-19 had on business formations in 2020 Rocket Companies ($RKT) Q2 adj EPS $0.46 vs. est. $0.49; Q2 revs $2.67B vs. est. $2.92B; Achieved record purchase closed loan origination volume, nearly doubling year-over-year; fourth consecutive quarter of meeting or exceeding guidance for closed loan, net rate lock volume, and gain on sale margins; generated $84 billion in mortgage origination closed loan volume and gain on sale margin of 2.78% SoFi Technologies ($SOFI) Q2 EPS ($0.48) vs est. ($0.06) on adj revenue $237.22M vs est. $218.6M, adj EBITDA $11.24M; Q2 total products 3.7M (+123% YoY), total members 2.6M (+113% YoY); sees Q3 adj net sales $245M-$255M vs est. $260.3M, adj EBITDA ($7M)-$3M; reaffirms FY guidance for adj net revs $980M and adj EBITDA $27M ZipRecruiter (Z$IP) Q2 net loss ($25.8M) adj EBITDA loss ($1.7M), sales $183M vs est. $160.4M; sees Q3 adj EBITDA $10M-$16M, sales $182-$188M vs est. $156M; raised FY forecast for sales to $651M-$665M from $580M-$600M (est. $595.3M); adj EBITDA to $30M-$38M from $20M-$28M Healthcare The FDA amended the emergency use authorizations granted for Pfizer ($PFE)/BioNTech ($BNTX) and Moderna ($MRNA) COVID-19 vaccines on Thursday, allowing their use as booster shots in certain immunocompromised individuals Acutus Medical ($AFIB) Q2 EPS loss (-$0.89) vs. est. loss (-$0.84); Q2 revs $4.71M vs. est. $4.15M; leaving its year guidance unchanged and projects revenue to range between $22.0 million and $30.0 million; said Q2 direct segments which grew nearly 45% sequentially as compared to the first quarter of 2021 Bio-Life Solutions ($BLFS) 2Q adj EPS $0.00 vs est. ($0.07) on revs $31.2Mm vs est. $27.6Mm; guides FY revs $108-117Mm vs est. $110.5Mm Co-Diagnostics ($CODX) 2Q revs $27.4Mm vs est. $20.8Mm; guides 3Q EPS $0.19-0.22 vs est. $0.22, sees 3Q revs $23-25Mm vs est. $18.1Mm Moderna ($MRNA) announced the publication of a new study showing that its COVID-19 vaccine led to durable antibody levels against newly detected COVID-19 variants. Seer Inc. ($SEER) 2Q EPS ($0.27) vs est. ($0.28) on revs $1.3Mm vs est. $787K Spectrum Pharma (SPPI) 2Q adj EPS ($0.25) vs est. ($0.26), ended qtr with cash, equivalents & marketable of $158.8Mm Technology, Media & Telecom Disney ($DIS) 3Q adj EPS $0.80 vs est. $0.55 on revs $17.02B vs est. $16.76B, qtr end Disney+ paid subs 116Mm, qtr end ESPN+ paid subs 14.9Mm, qtr end Hulu paid subs 42.8Mm; pleased with company’s trajectory amidst ongoing challenges of covid Globant S.A. ($GLOB) 2Q adj EPS $0.88 vs est. $0.84 on revs $305.3Mm vs est. $288.2Mm; guides 3Q adj EPS at least $0.92 vs est. $0.85, sees 3Q revs at least $325Mm vs est. $292.7Mm; guides FY adj EPS at least $3.58 vs est. $3.40 and revs at least $1.236B vs est. $1.145B Latch Inc. ($LTCH) Q2 loss ($40.1M) vs ($15M) loss YoY on revenue $9M vs est. $10.1M, adj EBITDA ($17.4M) from ($13.4M) YoY, total bookings $95.8M (+102% YoY), booked ARR $48.8M (+122% YoY); issued Q3 guidance for total bookings $55M-$90M, revenue $10M-$11M vs est. $14.79M, adj EBITDA ($32M)-($28M); now sees FY bookings $325-$340M and lowered its FY rev outlook to $38M-$42M from $47M-$51M vs est. $49.1M LiveXLive Media ($LIVX) Q1 EPS loss (-$0.12) vs. est. loss (-$0.06); Q1 revs up 269% to $38.8M vs. est. $28.03M; raises FY22 revenue view to $115M-$125M from $110M-$120M (est. $114.19M); Paid subscribers as of June 30, 2021 increased 32% to over 1,162,000, a net increase of approximately 285,000, as compared to 877,000 subscribers at June 30 Sierra Wireless ($SWIR) 2Q adj EPS ($0.03) vs est. ($0.15) on revs $132.8Mm vs est. $119.8Mm, says product demand remains very strong, limited production has resumed at Vietnam facility but experiencing production interruptions due to covid Viavi Solutions ($VIAV) Q4 adj EPS $0.22 vs. est. $0.19; Q4 revs $310.9M vs. est. $300.83M; sees Q1 adj EPS $0.20-$0.22 vs. est. $0.20; sees Q3 revs $303M-$317M vs. est. $309.01M Cricut ($CRCT) Q2 EPS $0.22 vs. est. $0.20; Q2 revs $334.49M vs. est. $319.08M; Connected machine revenue was $146.3 million, up 29.0% over Q2 2020; subscriptions revenue was $50.7 million, up 110.9% over Q2 2020; accessories and materials revenue was $137.5 million, up 40.4% over Q2 2020; gross margin was 39.0%, up from 31.1% over Q2 2020 ContextLogic (WISH) Q2 revs $656M vs. est. $722.9M; shares tumble over 20% after saying demand slowed and costs rose more than expected (downgraded ay Cowen and JPM)

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Monday, June 21, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 190.00 0.57% 33,345 S&P 500 18.0 0.43% 4,171 Nasdaq 61.75 0.44% 14,096 U.S. stock futures are looking sharply higher, tracking gains in Europe while Asian markets decline with global stock markets mixed. Stocks ended lower last week after the Federal Reserve said Wednesday it expects to raise interest rates by late 2023, sooner than previously projected. Prompting the policy shift was a much stronger economic rebound and hotter inflation than the Fed anticipated just a few months ago. Markets then again dropped on Friday after St. Louis Fed President James Bullard said during a TV interview on CNBC that inflation risks may warrant the Federal Reserve beginning raising interest rates next year, backing an even-earlier liftoff than penciled in by many of his colleagues. Shares of banks, energy firms and other companies that tend to be sensitive to the economy’s fluctuations have fallen sharply since the Fed’s meeting on Wednesday. Material stocks plunged with Nucor (NUE) falling ~13% in tough week for steel stocks, while Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) fell 14%, and gold miner Newmont Corp (NEM) dropped 11%. The S&P 500 Banks index plunges 8% as the yield curve flattens and energy stocks fall over 5% as crude retreats from multi-year highs as U.S. dollar firms after Fed signal on rates. Treasury yields plunged further overnight as the benchmark 10-year U.S. yield fell to its lowest since Feb. 24 at 1.354%, before recovering back to 1.433% now. Bitcoin prices dropping nearly 8% to $32,700, while Ethereum falls about 10% to $1,975 in a general rout of crypto assets to start the week; Bitcoin cash (BCH) down over 11% under $500 – crypto assets fall as Reuters reports further crackdown in China as authorities in the southwest province of Sichuan on Friday ordered cryptocurrency mining projects to close. In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index plunged -953 points to 28,010, the Shanghai Index was up a few points at 3,529 and the Hang Seng Index dropped -312 points to 28,489. In Europe, the German DAX is higher by 115 points to 15,560, while the FTSE 100 is up about 15 points to 7,030. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index dropped -55.41 points, or 1.31%, to 4,166.45 The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell -533.32 points, or 1.58%, to 33,290.08 The Nasdaq Composite slumped -131.02 points, or 0.93%, to 14,030.38 The Russell 2000 Index plunged -49.71 points, or 2.17% to 2,237.75 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM EST National Activity Index for May Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: PLUG Earnings After the Close: none Other Key Events: Goldman Sachs 17th Business Services, Transport & Leisure Conference (virtual), 6/21-6/23 Raymond James Human Health Innovation Conference (virtual), 6/21-6/23 Roth London Conference (virtual), 6/21-6/23 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 0.17 71.81 Brent 0.06 73.57 Gold 15.20 1,784.20 EUR/USD 0.0032 1.1896 JPY/USD -0.13 110.08 10-Year Note -0.014 1.436% World News Bitcoin prices dropping nearly 8% to $32,700, while Ethereum falls about 10% to $1,975 in a general rout of crypto assets to start the week; Bitcoin cash (BCH) down over 11% under $500 – crypto assets fall as Reuters reports further crackdown in China as authorities in the southwest province of Sichuan on Friday ordered cryptocurrency mining projects to close. Negotiators for Iran and six world powers on Sunday adjourned talks on reviving their 2015 nuclear deal and return to respective capitals for consultations as remaining differences still need to be overcome, officials said – Reuters Sector News Breakdown Consumer Six Flags Entertainment (SIX) could keep climbing as it offers outdoor entertainment that’s close to home, according to Barron’s. Some 1.3 million people visited its parks in the first quarter, versus Wall Street’s estimate of just 600,000, boding well for the summer season when all of its North America parks will be open. Still, labor shortages could be a headwind. Porsche AG (POAHY) will develop and produce battery cells for electric sportscars in a new joint venture with German lithium-ion specialist Custom Cells GmbH; is investing a high double-digit million-euro sum and will control a 83.75% stake in the Cellforce venture Amazon (AMZN) Prime Day has kicked off, with the online retail giant promising more than 2 million deals over the two-day event. Energy, Industrials and Materials CNH Industrial (CNHI) agreed to acquire Raven Industries (RAVN) for $58.00 per share, in a transaction valued at $2.1B https://bit.ly/3iXZByo Chevron (CVX) said it was returning offshore workers who had been evacuated ahead of Tropical Storm Claudette from its Gulf of Mexico production platforms Boeing’s (BA) 737-10, the largest airplane in the 737 MAX family, completed a successful first flight on June 18. The airplane took off from Renton Field in Renton, Washington, at 10:07 a.m. and landed at 12:38 p.m. at Boeing Field in Seattle FedEx (FDX) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying it can charge higher fees when demand strengthens, thanks to the duopoly it shares with UPS (UPS), and that should add up to a strong earnings report this coming week. A big beat and strong guidance will probably be needed to move the stock higher Healthcare Tarsus Pharmaceuticals Inc. (TARS) said a pivotal Phase 2b/3 study of its investigational therapeutic TP-03 met all of its primary and secondary endpoints in patients with Demodex blepharitis, an ocular disease caused by an infestation of Demodex mites. Theravance Biopharma Inc. (TBPH) said its Phase 2 trial of its treatment for acute lung injury and impaired oxygenation didn’t meet its primary endpoint when compared with a placebo Technology, Media & Telecom Oracle (ORCL) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying the company is in the middle of a major business overhaul, reinventing itself for the cloud, and thought the stock has been among the year’s best performing tech shares, but the rally may not be over Pershing Square Tontine Holdings (PSTH), a special purpose acquisition company, announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement with Vivendi (VIVHY) to acquire 10% of the outstanding Ordinary Shares of Universal Music Group for approximately $4 billion

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**Early Look** Monday, May 24, 2021 Futures Up/Down % Last Dow 140.00 0.41% 34,293 S&P 500 20.25 0.49% 4,172 Nasdaq 82.50 0.62% 13,487 Stock futures are looking higher to start the week following a quiet weekend and morning of news. Stocks finished mixed last week as the Nasdaq snapped its four-week losing streak (rising 0.3%), though the S&P fell 0.4% on the week, with the Dow off 0.5%. Major averages closed mixed for the session on Friday in choppy trading in a week that saw the stock market bounce around by a crypto currency selloff and potential Fed taper talk. The 10-year Treasury yield finished the week around 1.63%, about a basis point below where it started, but down after topping 1.69% mid-week as the FOMC minutes showed a few members will looking to discussing reducing asset purchases at upcoming meetings. REITs, Healthcare and Utilities were the leading sector gainers on the week (defensive), while energy biggest laggard down over 2.8%, Industrials, materials and Consumer Disc all down over 1% for the week. Overnight in Asian markets, The Nikkei Index gained 46 points to 28,364, the Shanghai Index rose 10 points to 3,497, and the Hang Seng Index slipped -46 points to 28,412. In Europe, the German DAX is up over 65 points to 15,435, while the FTSE 100 is higher by about 20 points to 7,040. No major economic data today in the U.S. and no real major earnings results set for today. More activity in the crypto space as Bitcoin rebounds to around $36,000 after dropping below $32K on Sunday, One big M&A deal in the energy E&P sector as Cabot ($COG) and Cimarex ($XEC) announce a $17B deal. Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index slipped -3.26 points, or 0.08%, to 4,155.86 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 123.74 points, or 0.36%, to 34,207.84 The Nasdaq Composite dropped -64.71 points, or 0.48%, to 13,470.99 The Russell 2000 Index advanced 7.51 points, or 0.34% to 2,215.27 Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM EST National Activity Index, for April Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $ADOM, $MICT, $TH Earnings After the Close: $CRMT, $NDSN, $RIDE, $ZY Other Key Events: Goldman Sachs TechNet Conference Asia Pacific 2021 (virtual), 5/24-5/28 JPMorgan Global technology, Media & Communications Conference (virtual), 5/24-5/26 UBS Global Healthcare Conference (virtual), 5/24-5/26 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex 1.25 64.83 Brent 1.33 67.77 Gold 0.30 1,881.50 EUR/USD 0.0032 1.2214 JPY/USD -0.09 108.87 10-Year Note -0.012 1.62% **World News** Crypto currency assets extend their volatility/sell off from last week as Bitcoin tumbled below $32,000 on Sunday, while Ethereum dropped over 18% to below $1,900, Litecoin shed about 25% of its value to $125 and Bitcoin cash (BCH) dropped over 20% to around $500 (prices rebounded late on Sunday after Tesla CEO Elon Musk again tweeted suggesting he supports crypto with Bitcoin this morning trading above $36,000). Late Friday, the Biden administration reduced the size of its infrastructure proposal to $1.7T from $2.25T, a counter proposal for Senate Republicans which are still offering about a third of that number (plan to spend $568B over five years). Funding for the package would remain the same – raising the tax rate on wealthy Americans and large companies that can afford a modest increase to pay for middle-class jobs. Phil Mickelson won the PGA Championship this weekend, winning the major at age 50, the oldest in the 161 years of major championship golf. **Sector News Breakdown** **Consumer** Kohl’s ($KSS) shares fell this week after earnings, but Barron’s said the stock looks like a bargain after incredible earnings. Said while there wasn’t anything wrong with the earnings, investors are concerned about what happens as stimulus-fueled demand runs off, pointing out that Kohl’s stood out for both the size of its earnings beat and its post-release tumble Beyond Meat ($BYND) upgraded to outperform from underperform with $130 tgt Campbell Soup ($CPB) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Jefferies NIO Inc ($NIO) renews manufacturing agreements with Jianghuai Automobile Group Co (JAC) and Jianglai Advanced Manufacturing Technology (Jianglai) for May 2021; says JAC will expand annual production capacity to 240,000 units; Jianglai to assemble parts and manage operations **Energy** Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation ($COG) and Cimarex Energy Co. (XEC) entered into a definitive agreement whereby the companies will combine in an all-stock merger of equals. Cimarex shareholders will receive 4.0146 shares of COG stock for each share held which reflects an enterprise value for the combined companies of approximately $17 billion **Financials** A U.S. House Financial Services subcommittee plans to hold a hearing Monday on SPACs and direct listings as Congress weighs a proposal to explicitly exempt special purpose acquisition companies from a 1995 law designed to reduce securities lawsuits **Healthcare** Eli Lilly ($LLY) reports data from Phase 2 SERENITY study evaluating mirikizumab compared to placebo in patients with moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease (CD) at 12 weeks. Moderna ($MRNA) announced two Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with the government of South Korea: one MoU with the Korea National Institute of Health (KNIH) for a new collaboration on mRNA vaccine research Novavax ($NVAX) signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Health and Welfare of Korea and SK bioscience, to explore further cooperation in the development and manufacturing of vaccine LHC Group ($LHCG) files automatic mixed securities shelf **Industrials & Materials** Virgin Galactic Holdings ($SPCE) completed its third spaceflight and the first ever spaceflight from Spaceport America, New Mexico this weekend. Today’s flight sees New Mexico become the third U.S. state to launch humans into space BASF ($BASFY) and German utility RWE Friday announced a potential 4 billion euro ($4.9 billion) offshore wind power project to cut emissions at Germany’s most energy-intensive industrial site **Technology, Media & Telecom** AT&T ($T) mentioned positively in Barron’s saying its time to buy the stock saying the spinoff of WarnerMedia, and its subsequent combination with Discovery ($DISCA), is a vital course correction for AT&T ($T) as it seeks to regain its telecom leadership Cisco Systems ($CSCO) mentioned positively in Barron’s noting tech companies have been warning for weeks that the global chip shortage is crimping their ability to grow, inflating costs, and depressing sales. Barron’s noted CSCO forecasted a weaker outlook this week because of the tight parts supply, but notes parts shortage or not, Cisco is going to benefit as businesses reopen and start spending on IT infrastructure again HP Inc. ($HPQ) upgraded to Buy from Neutral at Citi

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**#bch #luetrade** bch wird im Zuge von der Schwäche seines Bruders ebenfalls mit runtergezogen. Worst Case wäre eine Korrektur bis an die blaue Supportlinie bei 1021 USD. Hab da mal nen Alarm https://www.tradingview.com/

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Kann ich erst heute abend machen, bin tagsüber unterwegs > @KNXFREAK said: @lueley Deine letzte "Idee" bzgl. #bch ist jetzt ca. 1 Monat alt. Gilt diese noch? oder hast Du jetzt einen anderen Blick drauf? Vielen Dank schonmal für Deine Zeit und Mühe. :)

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@lueley Deine letzte "Idee" bzgl. #bch ist jetzt ca. 1 Monat alt. Gilt diese noch? oder hast Du jetzt einen anderen Blick drauf? Vielen Dank schonmal für Deine Zeit und Mühe. :)

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https://www.cryptoninjas.net/2021/02/04/online-broker-tastyworks-adds-btc-eth-ltc-and-bch-trading/

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Banco de Chile occupies a leading role in Chile's financial industry, for its continued strength, profitability and contribution to the development of the country. The company permanently seeks, in everything they do, to be the best bank for its customers, the best place to work and the best investment for the shareholders.

CEO: Eduardo Ebensperger Orrego

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HQ: Ahumada 251, SANTIAGO Santiago

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