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@Benlax #droscrew
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spread of information too fast

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@ali #T|T|T
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ach was hatte ihn schon fast auf be

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@RedSunCap #droscrew
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fast and furious lol

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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OpenEthereum support ends with the Merge fast approaching https://cointelegraph.com/news/openethereum-support-ends-with-the-merge-fast-approaching

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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Bear Market thoughts: A 10% loss requires 11% to recover; a 50% loss requires 100% to recover; a 60% loss requires 150% to simply break even. Fast cut as needed.

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@stevengo #StockTraders.NET
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Damn! > @singletary said: sheesh $oxy $zm selling off fast

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@singletary #StockTraders.NET
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sheesh $oxy $zm selling off fast

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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Closed at 112 for $1 profit . Went down to $10 , but it moved fast up to $12 .

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@Salem #Emporos Research
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the world is moving too fast

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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well that changed fast lol

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Bitcoin Pizza Day merch delivers lightning-fast style https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-pizza-day-merch-delivers-lightning-fast-style

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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went in again at 1.05900 , is just for fast 100 point scalps . . .

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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not going for any profits just a fast out or a good scalp from above the mark

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Alex Lawler LONDON (Reuters) -Oil hit its highest in seven weeks on Tuesday, supported by the European Union's ongoing push for a ban on Russian oil imports that would tighten supply and as investors focused on higher demand from an easing of China's COVID lockdowns. EU foreign ministers failed on Monday in their effort to pressure Hungary to lift its veto on the proposed oil embargo. But some diplomats now point to a May 30-31 summit as the moment for agreement on a phased ban on Russian oil. Brent crude rose as high as $115.69, its highest since March 28, and by 1330 GMT was up 24 cents, or 0.2%, to $114.48. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude, however, slipped 3 cents to $114.17. "Oil prices have remained near multi-week highs this week, supported by surging gasoline and distillate prices in the U.S., and fears around an EU ban on Russian oil imports remaining in play," said Jeffrey Halley, analyst at brokerage OANDA. Crude has surged in 2022, with Brent hitting $139, its highest since 2008, in early March as Russia's invasion of Ukraine exacerbated supply concerns. Oil also gained support from hopes of demand recovery in China as it looks to ease COVID restrictions, analysts said, and from rising geopolitical tension between the EU and Russia following Sweden and Finland's moves to join NATO. Further support came from figures showing OPEC and allied nations, which include Russia, in April produced far below levels required under a deal to gradually ease record output cuts made during the worst of the pandemic in 2020. "Ultimately, this is a supply-side story," said Fawad Razaqzada, analyst at City Index. "Unless the OPEC and its allies ramp up production and fast, it is difficult to see how prices can go down meaningfully." Also in focus are potential further declines in U.S. fuel inventories. Weekly inventory reports are expected to show a rise in crude stocks and declines in inventories of distillates and gasoline. [EIA/S]

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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that shit was fast as fuck

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@Bitboy_Crypto:** This is a strong list. Very strong. Canโ€™t knock it so here is a related list.Too 3 Underrated Fast Food Chains1. Long John Silvers2. Taco Bell3. Krystal https://t.co/F6WMo86Fmg https://twitter.com/Bitboy_Crypto/status/1526016507305762818

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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damn sold too fast 96C $ROKU scalp

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@ivtrades-Chris #ivtrades
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this 3880 is a big level....sellers testing it to see what kind of demand is there....if it breaks it will be a fast flush

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Shares sank to a 1-1/2 year low on Thursday and the dollar hit its highest in two decades, as fears mounted that fast-rising inflation will drive interest rates higher and bring the global economy to a standstill. Those nerves and a German warning that Russia was now using energy supplies as a "weapon" yanked Europe's top markets down 2% (EU) and left MSCI's index of world shares nearly 20% lower for the year. The global growth-sensitive Australian and New Zealand dollars fell about 0.8% to almost two-year lows. The Chinese yuan slid to a 19-month trough while Europe's worries shoved the euro to its lowest since early 2017.. Nearly all the main volatility gauges were signalling danger. Bitcoin was caught in the fire-sale of risky crypto assets as it fell another 8% to $26,570, having been near $40,000 just a week ago and almost $70,000 last November. "We have had big moves," UBS's UK Chief Investment Officer Caroline Simmons, said referring as well to bond markets and economic expectations. "And when the market falls it does tend to fall quite fast." Tensions were stoked again as Finland confirmed it would apply to join NATO "without delay" in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a war that has already had a major economic effect by driving up global energy and food prices. Data on Wednesday had showed U.S. inflation running persistently hot. Headline consumer prices rose 8.3% in April year-on-year, fractionally slower than the 8.5% pace of March, but still above economists' forecasts for 8.1%. U.S. markets had whipsawed after the news, closing sharply lower as Fed rate hike worries took hold again. Futures prices were pointing to another round of 0.2%-0.7% falls for the S&P 500, Nasdaq and Dow Jones Industrial later. [.N] The near 20% drop in MSCI's world stocks index since January is its worst start to a year in recent memory. "We're now very much embedded with at least two further (U.S.) hikes of 50 basis points on the agenda," said Damian Rooney, director of institutional sales at Argonaut in Perth. "I think we probably were delusional six months ago with the rise of U.S. equities on hopes and prayers and the madness of the meme stocks," he added. SELL IN MAY The main pan-Asia Pacific indexes closed down 2.5% at a 22-month low overnight. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.8%, while Indonesian shares and Hong Kong property stocks both slumped more than 3%, as did South Africa's bourse later. (T) The guaranteed returns of bond markets meant U.S. Treasuries were bid, especially at the long end, flattening the yield curve as investors braced for near-term hikes to hurt long-run growth - an outcome that would most likely slow or even reverse rate hikes. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield, which moves inversely to prices, dropped to 2.82% on Thursday from over 3% at the start of the week, while Germany's 10-year yield, the benchmark for Europe, fell as much as 15 bps to 0.85%, its lowest in nearly two weeks. "I think a lot of it is catch up from what happened yesterday, and also there's still a lot of negative sentiment in the U.S. Treasury curve," said Lyn Graham-Taylor, senior rates strategist at Rabobank. The prospect of the fastest hike in Fed rates in decades is driving up the U.S. dollar and taking the heaviest toll on riskier assets that shot up through two years of pandemic-era stimulus and low-rate lending. The Nasdaq is down nearly 8% in May so far and more than 25% this year. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Tech index slid 1.5% on Thursday and is off more than 30% this year. Cryptocurrency markets are also melting down, with the collapse of the so-called stablecoin TerraUSD highlighting the turmoil as well as the selling in bitcoin and next-biggest-crypto, ether. A weakening growth picture outside the United States is battering investor confidence, too, as war in Ukraine threatens an energy crisis in Europe and lengthening COVID-19 lockdowns in China throw another spanner into supply chain chaos. Nomura estimated this week that 41 Chinese cities are in full or partial lockdowns, making up 30% of the country's GDP. Heavyweight property developer Sunac said it missed a bond interest payment and will miss more as China's real estate sector remains in the grip of a credit crunch. The yuan fell to a 19-month low of 6.7631 and has dropped almost 6% in under a month. [CNY/] The Australian dollar fell 0.8% to a near two-year low of $0.6879. The kiwi slid by even more to $0.6240. The euro drooped below $1.04 and the yen to 128.5 which kept the dollar index at a two-decade peak. Sterling was at a two-year low of just under $1.22 as well as economic data there caused worries and concerns grew that Britain's Brexit deal with the EU was in danger of unravelling again due to the same old problem of Northern Ireland's border. In commodity trade, oil wound back a bit of Wednesday's surge on growth worries. Brent crude futures fell 2.3% to $104.93 a barrel, while highly growth-sensitive metals copper and tin slumped over 3.5% and 9% respectively. That marked copper's lowest level since October. [MET/L]

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@Salem #Emporos Research
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that was fast

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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it was a fast 3k profit . . . .

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@earthyfrodo #BTC-ECHO
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Ich bin fast liquidiert

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@M.M #BTC-ECHO
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verdammt nah. Ich รผberlege fast nochmal auf Zeit reinzuspringen bei 6$ ๐Ÿคฃ

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@Hanfred #BTC-ECHO
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also zu stepn, ich mache das ganze nun auch seit 3 wochen bin fast auf roi ( 1 solana fehlt noch ) alledings muss man da auch differenzieren denn ich bin mit solanas rein und musste daher solana roi; hรคtte ich damals euro in solana und das dann roi haben wollen wรคre ich noch eine ecke weg von roi. die invite codes bekommt man als user alle 10 energie die man verbraucht hat einen hab meinen gestern aber erst an jmd gegeben hรคtte also erst in ein paar tagen einen falls jmd dann bedarf hat kann er od sie sich melden ( der user hat von den codes nix ist also kein ref oder so)

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@earthyfrodo #BTC-ECHO
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Und zweiteres, Ihr Marketing ist grossartig, fast zu einfach um wahr zu sein.

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@Serge #T|T|T
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CHF fast 1:1

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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damn covered to much $SKYH to fast

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Alun John HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares tumbled to their lowest in seven weeks on Friday and the dollar stood tall as investors globally shunned riskier assets over fears that higher U.S. interest rates and China's reinforcement of its zero-COVID policy could hit growth hard. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan shed 2.65% on Friday and fell to its lowest level since March 16, the day when Chinese vice premier Liu He boosted shares by pledging to support markets and the economy. The benchmark is down 3.8% from last Friday's close, which would be its worst week since mid-March. Japan's Nikkei bucked the trend, rising 0.56% on its return from a three-day holiday. Chinese blue chips shed 2%, the Hong Kong benchmark lost 3.44%, and China's yuan tumbled to an 18-month low in both onshore and offshore markets. Dickie Wong, director of research at Hong Kong brokerage Kingston Securities, attributed the falls to the Wall Street plunge overnight amid worries about aggressive U.S rate hikes, as well as fears about the health of the Chinese economy. China will fight any comments and actions that distort, doubt or deny the country's COVID-19 response policy, state television reported on Thursday, after a meeting of the country's highest decision-making body. Investors said that appeared to rule out any easing in the zero-COVID policy, which is slowing Chinese economic growth and snarling global supply chains. "The silver lining is the expectation that new Chinese fiscal measures could come out over the weekend," Wong said. "That's the only thing giving Asian markets some support at their current low valuations." Overnight, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 both fell more than 3%, and the Nasdaq Composite shed 4.99% in its biggest single-day plunge since June 2020. [.N] Things looked less dire in Europe, where regional share futures fell 0.25% and FTSE futures lost 0.27%. U.S. futures were flat. "Risks remain elevated for a policy mistake โ€“ either by (the Fed) not tightening quickly enough to combat inflation or being overly hawkish, resulting in the end of the current business cycle," said David Chao, global market strategist for APAC ex-Japan at Invesco. U.S. payroll data due later on Friday will help traders gauge how hot the economy is running. The market is pricing in an 87% chance of a monster 75 basis point rate hike from the Fed at its meeting in June, according to the CME's FedWatch tool. That's even after the Fed raised rates by 50 basis points this week and Chair Jerome Powell ruled out a 75 basis point hike. U.S. yields are rising on expectations of a fast pace of rate hikes. The yield on U.S. 10-year notes was last 3.065% after crossing 3.1% overnight for the first time since November 2018. [US/] As investors moved towards less risky assets, the dollar index was at 103.75 on Friday, having hit a fresh 20-year peak of 103.94 overnight supported by expectations the U.S. will hike interest rates faster than other central banks. (FRX) The dollar index is 0.43% higher this week, its fifth consecutive week of gains. Sterling was trading around its lowest level against the dollar in nearly two years after falling 2.2% on Thursday. The Bank of England raised rates by 25 basis points as expected, but two policy makers expressed caution about rushing into future rate hikes. Bitcoin, one of the risk-friendliest assets, tumbled 8% overnight, hitting a two-and-a-half-month low. It was last trading around $36,500. Oil prices shrugged off concerns about global economic growth as worries about tightening supply underpinned prices ahead of the European Union's impending embargo on Russian oil. Brent futures rose 0.6% to $111.57 a barrel. U.S. crude rose 0.64 % to $108.95 a barrel. [O/R] Gold was flat at $1876.4 an ounce. [GOL/]

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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was fast rounds trip... today faster haha

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Ann Saphir WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to raise interest rates by half of a percentage point and announce the start of reductions to its $9 trillion balance sheet as U.S. central bankers intensify efforts to bring down high inflation. Fed policymakers have widely telegraphed a double-barreled decision that would lift the Fed's short-term target policy rate to a range between 0.75% and 1%, and set in motion a plan to trim its portfolio of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities (MBS) by as much $95 billion a month. The policy statement is due to be released at 2 p.m. EDT (1800 GMT) following the end of the Fed's latest two-day meeting. Markets have priced in further rate increases through this year and into next, including three more half-percentage-point hikes, as traders bet the central bank moves much more quickly than it had anticipated it would in March to get borrowing costs up to where they will start actively curbing inflation. With no fresh Fed economic or policy rate projections due until the central bank's June meeting, most clues on how far and how fast it is prepared to go will come from Fed Chair Jerome Powell's news conference, which starts at 2:30 p.m. EDT. 'SOUND HAWKISH' The Fed began its current round of policy tightening in mid-March with a quarter-percentage-point rate hike, smaller than many policymakers had wanted given inflation had hit a 40-year high, but calibrated so as not to inject more uncertainty into global markets roiled by Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine. In the weeks since that decision, inflation has gained new steam as the war pushed up oil and food prices and China's strict lockdowns to combat the spread of COVID-19 further disrupted supply chains. Data on the U.S. labor market also suggests increasing labor market tightness, with employment costs surging as businesses struggle to hold onto workers. A record number of job openings may also translate to higher wages that could also feed through to inflation. And there are signs that worker shortages and higher costs may actually be sapping labor market strength. Data from the ADP National Employment Report on Wednesday showed private companies adding far fewer jobs than expected in April, and small companies shedding workers for the second time in three months. All that is ratcheting up the pressure on the Fed to act more decisively to rein things in. "Powell will continue to have a strong incentive to sound hawkish," Piper Sandler economist Roberto Perli said this week. "The Fed's focus these days is 100% on bringing inflation down, and hawkish expectations help that cause." In the run-up to this week's meeting, Powell has said he wants to get rates "expeditiously" to what Fed policymakers regard as a "neutral" range of 2.25%-2.5%, and then higher if needed. Most of his colleagues appear to be on board with at least the first part of that plan. The aim would be to lift borrowing costs high enough and fast enough that households slow spending and businesses pare hiring in response, reducing inflation that is now about three times the Fed's 2% target. Traders are now betting the Fed will get its benchmark overnight interest rate to above the estimated neutral range by September, with further rate increases on the table before topping out in the 3.5%-3.75% range in the first half of 2023. The central bank wants to avoid raising rates so high or so fast that it short-circuits the labor market and trips up the economy. The U.S. unemployment rate has only just dropped to 3.6%, near the pre-pandemic level, and any large reversal could be a prelude to a recession. The Fed has managed "soft landings" infrequently in the past, analysts say, and at this point has allowed inflation to rise so much faster than interest rates that it may have already missed its chance to do so. And while it is expected to raise rates rather quickly now to compensate, the inflation path will also depend on a number of factors beyond the Fed's control, including the evolution of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and ongoing supply and labor shortages connected to both. The Fed's plan to reduce its balance sheet will also be a focus on Wednesday. While the broad outlines were disclosed about three weeks ago in minutes of the Fed's March meeting, investors expect to learn details of the speed and extent of the plan, including possible MBS sales at some point in the future.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Crypto Sports Sponsorship Moves into Fast Lane with OKX F1 Deal https://cryptonews.com/news/crypto-sports-sponsorship-moves-into-fast-lane-with-okx-f1-deal.htm

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Crypto Bills in Panama, Brazil Progressing Fast, but Argentina Province Sends Mining Warning https://cryptonews.com/news/crypto-bills-panama-brazil-progressing-fast-but-argentina-province-sends-mining-warning.htm

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Waiting for collateral to arrive, oil spiking fast from signal

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Look for very fast and violent candle

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@JPwhoisbrown #droscrew
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bruh I dont have a position in fb > @D2342 said: Well never mind looks like it went up well. @JPwhoisbrown. I just wanted you to catch a glimpse of what I was talking about, if you weren't fast in cashing your money you'd have lost.

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@D2342 #droscrew
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Well never mind looks like it went up well. @JPwhoisbrown. I just wanted you to catch a glimpse of what I was talking about, if you weren't fast in cashing your money you'd have lost.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Global stocks steadied on Thursday, taking comfort from company earnings, while a collapse in the yen after Japan doubled down on anchoring bond yields drove the dollar toward its highest levels in decades. The yen dropped to a 20-year low and breached the 130-to-the-dollar level after the Bank of Japan vowed to buy unlimited amounts of 10-year bonds daily to defend its yield target. The yen was last at 130.11 per dollar. The BOJ's move was in stark contrast with investors' conviction that U.S. interest rates are about to start going up fast and it jolted the dollar higher across Asia and against majors. [FRX/] The U.S. dollar index hit a five-year high of 103.55 and is not far from its 2017 peak of 103.82. An energy crisis in Europe hasn't helped the common currency, either, and the euro was testing major support at $1.05. The dollar also made a two-month high on the Aussie an 18-month high on the yuan, a 21-month high on the kiwi and an almost two-year top on the Swiss franc. "The most important theme (in markets) are the monetary policy differences between the U.S. and the rest of the world, especially Asia," said Kiyong Seong, lead Asia macro strategist at Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY) in Hong Kong. "Even though the market already anticipated the BOJ would remain accommodative, finding out again has led to an exaggerated move," he said. In equities, Nasdaq 100 futures were up 1.4% and S&P 500 futures rose 0.8% after Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) owner Meta beat Wall Street forecasts and said it had eked out user growth, sending its shares up almost 20% after hours. A rally in Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) shares through Wednesday had also helped Wall Street indexes to a steady close. [.N] MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.6%, led by a 1% bounce in Australia's commodity-heavy bourse. (AX) Standard Chartered (OTC:SCBFF) also turned in a forecast-beating 6% rise in first-quarter profit on Thursday, sending its Hong Kong-listed shares up more than 12%. Japan's Nikkei rose 1.5% and was heading for its best day in two weeks as investors cheered the weaker currency and Bank of Japan's vows of policy support. Japanese government bonds had their best rally in a month. [JP/] "The BOJ is not promoting a weak yen, but their policy is in a way supporting a weak yen," said Bart Wakabayashi, branch manager at State Street (NYSE:STT) Bank in Tokyo. "I think most people would have agreed 130 is in play, but now it's a foregone conclusion." European futures rose 0.5% and FTSE futures rose 0.3%. FED UP Looming over markets is uncertainty about the economic fallout of war in Ukraine, highlighted by Russia's halt on gas supply to Poland and Bulgaria on Wednesday, and lingering lockdowns in China which are sharply curbing activity. Set against that is investors conviction that U.S. rates are rising and that next week's Federal Reserve meeting will bring the first of several consecutive 50-basis-point hikes. U.S. growth data, due later in the day, may temper that path a little bit if - as trade figures on Wednesday suggested - it is wavering, but a major focus is on consumers and whether they can keep company earnings ticking over even as rates go up. "Consumers are still, for now, taking higher prices in their stride. It's enough cheer for (stock) markets," said Seng Wun Song, an economist at CIMB Private Bank in Singapore. "It's all about whether consumers are confident enough to carry on." Treasuries were steady in the Asia session, nursing small Wednesday losses, with two-year yields at 2.5970% and benchmark 10-year yields at 2.8301%. [US/] Oil wobbled lower on Chinese demand concerns, and Brent crude futures were last down 1.5% at #103.71 a barrel.[O/R] Palm oil touched a seven-week high after major producer Indonesia widened its export ban.

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THE BEYOND MEAT BURGER IS TO BE PERMANENT MCDONALDS' ITEM: FAST CO. $BYND | $MCD

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Vamos bien parce, que siga hace > @Chano said: Parce! it is going so fast I can see the doppler effect!

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@Chano #StockTraders.NET
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Parce! it is going so fast I can see the doppler effect! > @stevengo said: Perfect $MSFT, within equilibrium and holding.

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@D2342 #droscrew
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lol declined too fast

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Fast, Fluid, Frictionless Payments Are the Future https://www.coindesk.com/layer2/paymentsweek/2022/04/26/fast-fluid-frictionless-payments-are-the-future/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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@singletary #StockTraders.NET
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$TSLA they trying for that margin call fast?

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@Benlax #droscrew
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placed market order for FAST starter and ALGN POOL adds

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@Benlax #droscrew
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FAST Thesis:

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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same on $VERU - flushed and fast reclaim:

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@soheil.n #StockTraders.NET
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$NKTX - type 4 ...flushed key level and then fast reclaim:

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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IT HAS BEEN RECOVERING FAST AND HEADING BACK TO ATH LEVELS

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By Marc Jones and Pete Schroeder LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. stocks surged higher Thursday, buoyed by strong corporate earnings and new jobless data, while bond markets continued to sell off as investors bet on aggressive global interest rate hikes. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 0.88% in early trading, while the S&P 500 jumped 1.12% and the Nasdaq Composite shrugged off Wednesday losses to advance 1.65%. The MSCI world equity index, which tracks shares in 45 nations, rose 0.82%. Upbeat Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) earnings and airline forecasts of a return to profitability this quarter helped to ease the stress of Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX)'s slump this week after it said it lost subscribers for the first time in a decade. [.N] Markets got another boost when the Labor Department reported the number of Americans seeking new jobless benefits fell again, with unemployment rolls at their lowest level in 52 years in the first week of April. "While jobless claims came in a bit higher than expected, theyโ€™re still near historically low levels which illustrates the exceptionally strong demand for labor in the U.S.," said Mike Loewengart, managing director of investment strategy at E*TRADE. Investors were otherwise back to focusing on the Ukraine war and how fast interest rates will have to rise around the world as the conflict adds to global inflationary pressures. With European Central Bank and Federal Reserve chiefs Christine Lagarde and Jerome Powell speaking on an International Monetary Fund panel later, Germany's 10-year Bund yields were heading back towards a seven-year peak, U.S. Treasuries neared 2.9% again, while Italy's yields hit their highest since March 2020's initial COVID panic.. [GVD/EUR] Markets are expecting at least another half-percentage-point rate hike from the U.S. Fed next month while one ECB policymaker said on Wednesday it might start hiking euro zone rates as early as July. Citi's Global Markets Strategist Matt King said the pressure for markets was also coming from quantitative tightening, or QT - the process of years of frantic central bank money-printing going into reverse. That process is just about to start and over the next year he estimates it will see around half a trillion dollars being sucked out of the global financial system by the Fed alone. "Don't look at the real yields, look at the liquidity flow," King said, adding a rough calculation was that $1 trillion of QT would knock global stocks down by around 10%. "These flows are just too big for markets to anticipate ahead of time," he said. In the currency markets, the euro rose as much as 0.6% to above $1.09 again, and also chalked up gains versus the yen, Swiss franc and Norwegian crown. [/FRX] The dollar, meanwhile, gained 0.2% on the yen which has hit 20-year lows in recent days, hurt by the Bank of Japan's promise to keep government bond yields pinned down despite rises elsewhere around the world. "The euro is all about ECB drumbeat for a July hike," said Kenneth Broux, an FX strategist at Societe Generale (OTC:SCGLY) in London. Oil, meanwhile, firmed in choppy commodity trading as concerns about supply due to a potential European Union ban on Russian oil came to the fore. Russian forces stepped up their attacks in eastern Ukraine on Thursday. Brent crude futures rose 1.54% to $108.44 a barrel, and U.S. crude was last up 1.7% at $103.93 per barrel. [O/R]

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

30.23 B

Beta

0.79

Avg. Volume

3.45 M

Shares Outstanding

575.61 M

Yield

2.23%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-07-13

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

Fastenal helps customers simplify and realize product and process savings across their supply chain. It sells a broad oCering of products spanning more than nine major product lines - from fasteners and tools to safety and janitorial supplies. These products are eciently distributed to manufacturing facilities, job sites, and other customer locations through local service teams and point-of-use inventory solutions, including industrial vending technology and bin stock programs (Fastenal Managed Inventory or FMIยฎ). Its distribution system centers on over 3,200 in-market locations (a combination of public branches and customer-speci c Onsite locations), primarily in North America but also in Asia, Europe, and Central and South America, each providing tailored inventory, exible service, and custom solutions to drive the unique goals of local customers. These in-market servicing locations are supported by Vfteen regional distribution centers, a captive logistics Deet, robust sourcing, quality and manufacturing resources, and multiple teams of industry specialists and support personnel - all working toward Fastenal's common goal of Growth Through Customer Serviceยฎ.

CEO: Daniel Florness

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HQ: 2001 Theurer Blvd Winona, 55987-1500 Minnesota

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