$MASS

908 Devices Inc

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$21.48 โ–ฒ3.22%

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59,132

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- 21.75

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12.6 - 39.81

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By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin LONDON (Reuters) -Oil slipped on Friday as China imposed new COVID-19 lockdown measures and U.S. consumer prices rose more than expected, but crude prices remained on track for another weekly gain due to solid demand for fuels in the United States. Brent crude was down 90 cents, or 0.7%, at $122.17 a barrel at 1333 GMT and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude fell 84 cents, or 0.7%, to $120.67 a barrel. With prices overall rallying in the past two months, Brent was on track for a fourth consecutive weekly gain and WTI was set for a seventh straight weekly increase. "Oil has continued retreating in Asia, driven by China slowdown fears after widened COVID mass testing was announced for Shanghai this weekend," said Jeffrey Halley, a senior market analyst at OANDA. Shanghai and Beijing went back on COVID alert on Thursday. Parts of Shanghai imposed new lockdown restrictions and the city announced a round of mass testing for millions of residents. China's crude oil imports in May were up nearly 12% from a year earlier, when they were low. "This does not indicate that oil demand is picking up. Instead, China is likely to have acted opportunistically, buying crude oil from Russia at a significantly lower price than the global market level in order to replenish its stocks," Commerzbank (ETR:CBKG) analyst Carsten Fritsch said. Prices also came under pressure after U.S. Labor Department's consumer price index (CPI) report. U.S. consumer prices accelerated in May as gasoline prices hit a record high and the cost of services rose further, suggesting that the Federal Reserve could continue interest rate hikes to combat inflation. Peak summer fuel demand in the United States has pushed gasoline to nearly $5 a gallon. "The summer driving season in the U.S. is seeing record surges in gasoline and diesel consumption," analysts at Fitch Solutions said. Oil prices found support and rose more than $1 earlier in the session from fears of a potential disruption in supplies in Europe and Africa. Norway's oil output could be reduced if workers go on strike on Sunday, the Norwegian Oil and Gas Association (NOG) said. Some 845 of roughly 7,500 employees on offshore platforms plan to strike from June 12 if annual pay negotiations with employers fail. Oil output at Libya's Sarir field has also been reduced after the ports of Ras Lanuf and Es Sider were closed and as a group threatened to close Hariga port, two oil engineers at the field said. The prospect of reaching a nuclear deal with Iran and the lifting of U.S. sanctions on the Iranian energy sector also seemed to be receding, supporting the oil rally. Iran on Thursday dealt a near-fatal blow to chances of reviving the nuclear deal as it began removing essentially all the International Atomic Energy Agency monitoring equipment installed under the deal, IAEA chief Rafael Grossi said. "A strategic dรฉtente between the United States and Iran would allow 1 million barrels per day of Iranian crude oil exports to return to global markets and would therefore provide some relief to global oil prices," analysts at BCA Research said.

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**pkedrosky:** Statistical regime change and contagion in violence: First half of 2022 mass shooting deaths in U.S. set a record /v @modrnhealthcr https://t.co/KEvh4LU8wd https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1533156446111535105

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https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/swissborg-towards-mass-crypto-adoption-without-gas-fees.htm

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MASS SHOOTING AT TX ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: โ€ข Multiple children killed, per KSAT News โ€ข Hospital โ€œcaring for several studentsโ€ โ€ข Scene remains active โ€ข Suspect in custody

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Interest in Ethereum Name Service reaching โ€˜critical massโ€™ https://cointelegraph.com/news/interest-in-ethereum-name-service-reaching-critical-mass

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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this is in my hummly opinion...i am not expert....only try to understand the mass psychology since 2003

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@pkedrosky:** "[W]eโ€™re living through a mass psychosis expressing itself through trend reportingโ€Trends are dead https://t.co/xnmS7NP8Rn https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1525851646936219649

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@LayahHeilpern:** If CBDCs had been mass adopted during the war on the unvaccinated, your money would have been limited to government-approved essential items until you took their medicine. https://twitter.com/LayahHeilpern/status/1525625033862815744

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@LayahHeilpern:** If CBDCs had been mass adopted during the war on the unvaccinated your money would have been limited to government-approved essential items until you took their medicine. https://twitter.com/LayahHeilpern/status/1525624801041166336

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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On-chain privacy is key to the wider mass adoption of crypto https://cointelegraph.com/news/on-chain-privacy-is-key-to-the-wider-mass-adoption-of-crypto

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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testing my gamma scan and results: $MASS, $POSH, $HRB, $STKL, $CRBU, $M, $EXPI, $CGEM, $DCON, $SQSP

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Solving the โ€˜Sunrise Issueโ€™ is the key to unlocking crypto mass adoption https://cointelegraph.com/news/solving-the-sunrise-issue-is-the-key-to-unlocking-crypto-mass-adoption

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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I thought it was cause of mass reorts

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By Mohi Narayan Oil prices bounced on Tuesday, steadying after a sharp fall of 4% in the previous session as worries over China's fuel demand were soothed by the central bank's pledge to support an economy hit by renewed COVID-19 curbs. Brent crude futures were at $103.50, up $1.18, or 1.15%, and U.S. West Texas Intermediate contracts climbed to $99.41, up 87 cents, or 0.88% at 0448 GMT. Both contracts had settled down around 4% on Monday, with Brent falling as much as $7 a barrel in the session and WTI dipping roughly $6 a barrel. China will keep liquidity reasonably ample in financial markets, the People's Bank of China (PBOC) said in a statement on Tuesday, a day after the central bank announced a cut to banks' foreign exchange reserve ratio to support its economy. "Coming on the heels of the central bank cutting the foreign currency reserve requirement ratio for banks, it provided some relief to investors," energy market analysis provider Vanda (NASDAQ:VNDA) Insights said in a note. China's capital Beijing expanded its COVID-19 mass testing from one district this week to most of the city of nearly 22 million, as they braced for an imminent lockdown similar to Shanghai's stringent curbs. "The hit from Chinese lockdowns is over a million barrels a day and the testing of 12 districts over the next five days will determine the next major move for crude prices," wrote Edward Moya, a senior market analyst for OANDA in a note. Separately, in a bearish signal for oil markets, five analysts polled by Reuters estimated on average that U.S. crude inventories increased by 2.2 million barrels in the week to April 22. Stockpiles of gasoline rose by about 500,000 barrels last week, and distillate inventories, which include diesel and heating oil, were expected to have decreased by 600,000 barrels. The poll was conducted ahead of the release of the inventory report from the American Petroleum Institute, an industry group, at 4:30 p.m. EDT (2030 GMT) on Tuesday. The official government Energy Information Administration data will be out on Wednesday. Analysts said that the supply side concerns over phasing out of Russian oil from the market will continue to support prices.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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How NFT Finance Accelerates NFT Mass Adoption https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/how-nft-finance-accelerates-nft-mass-adoption.htm

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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80 more points on /NQ would signal mass pressure in tech

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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DeFi to reach mass adoption via institutional participation, DEX founder says https://cointelegraph.com/news/defi-to-reach-mass-adoption-via-institutional-participation-dex-founder-says

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@CNBC:** Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng launches its mass market P5 electric car in Europe https://t.co/2fLpNdjMMG https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1501908083764776969

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(Adds Kirby (NYSE:KEX), Truss) By Pavel Polityuk and Aleksandar Vasovic LVIV, Ukraine/KYIV (Reuters) - Russian invasion forces seized Europe's biggest nuclear power plant on Friday in what Washington called a reckless assault that risked catastrophe, although a blaze in a training building was extinguished and officials said the facility was now safe. Combat raged elsewhere in Ukraine as Russian forces surrounded and bombarded several cities in the second week of the assault launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin. A presidential adviser said an advance had been halted on the southern city of Mykolayiv after local authorities said Russian troops had entered it. If captured, the city of 500,000 people would be the biggest yet to fall. The capital Kyiv, in the path of a Russian armoured column that has been stalled on a road for days, came under renewed attack, with air raid sirens blaring in the morning and explosions audible from the city centre. The Russian assault on the Zaporizhzhia plant showed how reckless the invasion has been, U.S. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told CNN. "It just raises the level of potential catastrophe to a level that nobody wants to see," Kirby said. A video verified by Reuters showed one building aflame and a volley of incoming shells before a large incandescent ball lit up the sky, exploding beside a car park and sending smoke billowing across the compound. Although the plant was later said to be safe and the fire out, officials worried about the precarious circumstances, with Ukrainian staff now operating under Russian control. International Atomic Energy Agency chief Raphael Grossi described the situation as "normal operations, but in fact there is nothing normal about this". He paid homage to the plant's Ukrainian staff: "to their bravery, to their courage, to their resilience because they are doing this in very difficult circumstances." Grossi said the plant was undamaged from what he believed was a Russian projectile. Only one reactor was working, at around 60% of capacity. He was trying to contact Russian and Ukrainian officials to sort out political responsibility. An official at Energoatom, the Ukrainian state nuclear plant operator, said there was no further fighting and radiation was normal, but his organisation no longer had contact with the plant's management or control over potentially dangerous nuclear material. "Personnel are on their working places providing normal operation of the station," the official told Reuters. Russia's defence ministry also said the plant was working normally. It blamed the fire on a "monstrous attack" by Ukrainian saboteurs and said its forces were in control. "EUROPEANS WAKE UP" Russia's grip on a plant that provides more than a fifth of Ukraine's electricity was a big development after eight days of war in which other Russian advances have been stalled by fierce resistance. "Europeans, please wake up. Tell your politicians โ€“ Russian troops are shooting at a nuclear power plant in Ukraine," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said in a video address. In another address, he called on Russians to protest. Thousands of people are believed to have been killed or wounded and more than 1 million refugees have fled Ukraine since Feb. 24, when Putin ordered the biggest attack on a European state since World War Two. Russian forces advancing from three directions have besieged cities, pounding them with artillery and air strikes. Moscow says its aim is to disarm its neighbour and capture leaders it calls neo-Nazis and a threat to its own security. Ukraine and its Western allies call that a baseless pretext for a war to conquer a country of 44 million people. FIGHTING RAGES, SANCTIONS MOUNT In Kyiv's Borshchahivka neighbourhood, the twisted engine of a cruise missile lay in the street where it had apparently been downed overnight by Ukrainian air defences. Residents were furious but also proud of what they see as the successful defence of the city of 3 million, which Russia had hoped to capture within days. Russian troops "all should go to hell," said Igor Leonidovich, 62, an ethnic Russian who had moved to Ukraine 50 years ago as a boy. "For the occupiers it is getting worse and worse, every day." In Russia itself, where Putin's main opponents have largely been jailed or driven into exile, the war has led to a further crackdown on dissent. Authorities have banned reports that refer to the "special military operation" as a "war" or "invasion". Anti-war demonstrations have been squelched with thousands of arrests. On Friday, Russia shut down foreign broadcasters including the BBC, Voice of America and Deutsche Welle. The most prominent independent Russian broadcasters, TV Dozhd (Rain) and Ekho Moskvy radio, were shuttered on Thursday. The lower house of parliament introduced legislation to impose jail terms on people who spread "fake" reports about the military. Russia has been subjected to economic isolation never before visited on such a large economy. Ireland's foreign minister, Simon Coveney, said more EU sanctions were coming, potentially including a ban on Russian-flagged ships in European ports and blocking imports of steel, timber, aluminium or coal. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said Western countries should look at measures targeting Russia's oil and gas sector - still excluded from sanctions - and how how reduce their dependence on Russian energy. Only one sizeable Ukrainian city, the southern port of Kherson, has fallen to Russian forces since the invasion began. But Russian forces have made their biggest advances in the south. Mykolayiv's mayor said they were now inside his city, a shipbuilding port of 500,000 people. Zelenskiy's military adviser, Oleksiy Arestovych, said the Russian advance there had been halted. "We can feel cautious optimism about the future prospects of the enemy offensive - I think that it will be stopped in other areas also." The southeastern port of Mariupol has been encircled and bomabarded, Britain said in an intelligence update. Authorities there have described a humanitarian emergency. In the northeast, along another axis of the Russian attack, Kharkiv and Chernihiv have been under bombardment since the start of the invasion. Strikes have intensified but defenders are holding out. On Thursday, Russia and Ukraine negotiators agreed at talks on the need for humanitarian corridors to help civilians escape and to deliver medicines and food to areas of fighting. A spokesperson for the United Nations childrens' agency in Lviv said there had been an "insane influx" of people into the city. Pediatricians were preparing for mass child casualties and identifying them, James Elder said. "A green dot means fine over here, a yellow dot means critical support. They are learning a black dot means the child won't make it."

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@lucullus #droscrew
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stories in UK press of mass desertions, giant column heading to Kiev has run out of food and gas, soldiers just buggering off when Russian speaking people telling them to go home. Hope it's true

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@lucullus #droscrew
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stories in UK press of mass desertions, giant column heading to Kiev has run out of food and gas, soldiers just buggering off when Russian speaking people telling them to go home. Hope it's true

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@dros #droscrew
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> PUTIN SAYS IF UKRAINE GETS WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION, THE GLOBAL SITUATION WILL CHANGE DRASTICALLY, WE CAN NOT IGNORE THIS

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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The official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Maria Zakharova, in her Telegram channel, asked the American and British "mass disinformation media" for a schedule of Russia's "invasions" in Ukraine in order to plan a vacation.

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@scottzman #droscrew
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when I see that mass build out of stations and the cost of batteries come way down then I will believe this for now were a long way away from electric vehicles being the norm

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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How Microsoftโ€™s Activision Blizzard Deal Will Fuel Metaverse Gaming Mass Adoption https://cryptonews.com/exclusives/how-microsofts-activision-blizzard-deal-will-fuel-metaverse-gaming-mass-adoption.htm

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By Farah Master HONG KONG (Reuters) - Macau Legend,, which owns and operates a casino resort in Macau, said its chief executive resigned on Monday after he was arrested and detained by police in the world's biggest gambling hub, sending shares down 19% to a record low. CEO Chan Weng Lin's arrest comes as authorities have stepped up a crackdown on illicit capital outflows from the Chinese mainland, where all forms of gambling are illegal, and after the high-profile arrest of Suncity boss Alvin Chau in November. Macau Legend said in a statement to the Hong Kong stock exchange that Chan resigned "to avoid distraction" to the company and for the interest of shareholders. It said it did not expect any adverse impact on its daily operations. Chan owns about a third of Macau Legend, which runs three casinos under a service agreement with SJM Holdings (OTC:SJMHF) and owns the Fishermans Wharf, an entertainment complex near the Macau ferry terminal. He is also chairman of Tak Chun Group, Macau's second-biggest operator of junkets - cross-border trips to Macau's casinos for high-spending gamblers - after Suncity. Tak Chun did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Reuters was unable to reach Chan. Police also arrested one other man on charges of illegal gambling and money laundering. Analysts say the arrests herald a new era of zero tolerance of the promotion of gambling in China, in which the government supports development of the "mass market" segment, not high rollers. Junket operators have traditionally offered easy credit to mainland Chinese VIPs, who play in Beijing-ruled Macau's casinos and handle their debts using underground financing channels. Now nearly non-existent, the opaque VIP industry made up more than two-thirds of Macau's gambling revenue until just a few years ago. Police said the latest arrests were linked to the Suncity case in November as the two groups - Suncity and Tak Chun -worked together, engaging in "illicit and criminal activities". Suncity and Tak Chun have been the top two junket firms in Macau, employing thousands, but data from Macau's gambling regulator shows the number of licensed junkets has shrunk 46% over the past 12 months. Shares in Macau Legend closed down 19% to a record low and fell as much as 29.8% to HK$0.40 during trading. Macau Legend says CEO resigns after arrest, shares plummet to record low Add a Comment

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@dros #droscrew
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see a lot of talk about mass adoption by the end of the 20s and I don't know about that

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Crypto DAO spends โ‚ฌ2.66M on Jodorowsky's Dune thinking they would own its copyright, receives mass ridicule on Twitter https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-dao-spends-2-66m-on-jodorowsky-s-dune-thinking-they-would-own-its-copyright-receives-mass-ridicule-on-twitter

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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2021: A year of mass adoption for cryptocurrencies in Brazil https://cointelegraph.com/news/2021-a-year-of-mass-adoption-for-cryptocurrencies-in-brazil

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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QuickSwap founder: L2s are the path to mass adoption https://cointelegraph.com/magazine/2022/01/12/building-polygon-dex-avoid-ethereum-transaction-fees

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@TraderXx #StockTraders.NET
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$BFRI I wish I had some borrows, no way this will hold into X-Mass weekend

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@TraderXx #StockTraders.NET
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ok fellas, I want to wish everyone a nice X-Mass, so get your bellies full, dont get too drunk :P, and I will see some of you next week ;)

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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From DeFi year to decade: Is mass adoption here? Experts Answer, Part 1 https://cointelegraph.com/explained/from-defi-year-to-decade-is-mass-adoption-here-experts-answer-part-1

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Point of no return? Crypto investment products could be key to mass adoption https://cointelegraph.com/news/point-of-no-return-crypto-investment-products-could-be-key-to-mass-adoption

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@lucullus #droscrew
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models are not predicting the cold blast coming from the north . A few guys online saying the huge high density mass of cold air will spill across usa from the 21st Dec. Putting USA in deep freeze. Natgas doesnt reflect this at present because the main models dont see it at present. Anyway could be a big move in natgas if correct

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@dros #droscrew
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https://www.sfgate.com/tech/article/Better-mortgage-firm-has-mass-layoff-Zoom-16673576.php

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@LayahHeilpern:** #Bitcoin, Mass Adoption and NFTs with @missteencrypto | Sponsored by @Blockfi get up to $250 here: https://t.co/IffUr1B0wC https://t.co/ZmUDvNiQFJ https://twitter.com/LayahHeilpern/status/1467932351552385024

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**@nytimesbusiness:** While Christmas trees, both real and fake, are more expensive this year, fears of mass shortages are unwarranted. https://t.co/58dbjvYebZ https://twitter.com/nytimesbusiness/status/1467614849769295879

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@nytimesbusiness:** While Christmas trees, both real and fake, are more expensive this year, fears of mass shortages are unwarranted. https://t.co/VbjPrF6jxg https://twitter.com/nytimesbusiness/status/1467457753182621703

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Bitcoin could 'consolidate until 2022' after mass wipeout sends BTC price to $41K https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-could-consolidate-until-2022-after-mass-wipeout-sends-btc-price-to-41k

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@StackingUSD:** My #partners at @PonyoInu making the world a better place via #crypto donations. Thank you for helping accelerate mass adoption and demonstrate the power and use cases crypto has to offer! https://t.co/Aokhq9i770 https://twitter.com/StackingUSD/status/1464997104489795599

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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NFT art will never be mass-market โ€” NFT licenses may be https://cointelegraph.com/news/nft-art-will-never-be-mass-market-nft-licenses-may-be

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`Finance` **@pkedrosky:** Readings:โ€ข Middle east pain syndrome is a pollution-induced new disease https://t.co/nc2dxHq3noโ€ข Diet high in protein-rich foods may be useless to lose fat mass https://t.co/lKJE76wJn5โ€ข Early back MRI is associated with longer time off https://t.co/yqcGkSNZzE https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1464967658487484425

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@c4n #Crypto4Noobs
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Bank of America Sees Stablecoin Regulation as Catalyst to Mass Adoption https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2021/11/23/bank-of-america-sees-stablecoin-regulation-as-catalyst-to-mass-adoption/

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@c4n #Crypto4Noobs
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Altcoin Roundup: 3 signs that show crypto mass adoption is underway https://cointelegraph.com/news/altcoin-roundup-3-signs-that-show-crypto-mass-adoption-is-underway

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@bronco #droscrew
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The snowfall totals are expected to be record-challenging, too. In fact, the National Weather Service (NWS) has already issued winter weather advisories for large portions of the west this week. The Lake Tahoe area, for example, was to expect a foot+ (30+ cm) of snow in the upper elevations between 4PM Monday through 7AM Tuesday, while as much as 20 inches (half a meter) was to hit the surrounding mountainsโ€“above 7,000 feet (2,133 meters). The weather service warned that tree limbs could be blown down and that power outages are possible. Looking ahead, and to next weekโ€™s polar outbreak, far greater totals are on the cards, and across a much wider area, too: GFS Total Snowfall (inches) Nov 9 โ€“ Nov 25 [tropicaltidbits.com]. Again, this is worth keeping a very close-eye on. Thanksgiving could be historically cold and snowy this year as winter 2021-22 begins early โ€” stay tuned for updates. Furthermore, these totals will of course also add to the โ€˜Northern Hemisphere Total Snow Mass Chartโ€™, maintained by the Finnish Meteorological Institute, which is already tracking comfortably-above the 1982-2012 average:

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@bronco #droscrew
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VIOLENT ARCTIC PLUNGE TO ENGULF THE ENTIRE UNITED STATES A severe blast of polar cold is preparing to drop anomalously-far south and engulf the entire United Statesโ€“from coast to coast. I donโ€™t consider the above title hyperbole โ€” if the forecasts play out, this will prove historic. Pockets of cold are expected as we approach this weekend, particularly for central regions; however, looking at the latest GFS 2m temperature run (shown below), the real fun is set to commence around Thursday, November 18 as an all-encompassing Arctic air mass drops down from Canada: GFS 2m Temperature Anomalies (C) Nov 18 โ€“ Nov 23 [tropicaltidbits.com]. A word of caution, though: this forecast is still in the unreliable time-frame โ€” the models could easily shift. But saying that, the GFS predicting such a widespread blast of cold and with such confidence, too, does lead me to believe that this, or something similar, is indeed about to play out โ€” and if it does, cold-records will be threatened across almost every state.

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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks hit record highs on Thursday after a smooth start to the U.S. Federal Reserve's stimulus wind-down plan, though the Bank of England was the latest to be accused of communication problems after it held off raising interest rates. European stocks held their own highs (EU) while the pound tumbled nearly 1% after the BoE decision, which had been hotly anticipated given it would have been the first big central bank to hike had it done so since COVID-19 struck. Britain's bond markets also cheered the news as Wall Street traders prepared for more gains there after another dip in jobless claims figures. [.N] "They (BoE policymakers) have a big communication challenge full stop," said the head of Janus Henderson's multi-asset team Paul O'Connor. "The question is why has the governor (Andrew Bailey) sounded so hawkish over the last couple of months... In speech after speech he has clearly nudged market expectations (for a rate hike) higher so they have a responsibility to articulate clearly how they prioritise the policy objectives." Oil was also on the rise again as OPEC+ held its latest meeting, while there was a general drop in volatility on relief that the Federal Reserve hadn't pulled any surprises on Wednesday when laying out plans to scale down its stimulus. "We are constructive in the short-term," said SEB investment management's global head of asset allocation Hans Peterson, encouraged that neither the Fed nor the European Central Bank were racing to raise rates at the moment. "We still think rates are so low that equities continue to have the upper hand". The BoE had been in a tricky position. It faces the challenge of rising inflation which is set to more than double its 2% target this year. At the same time though, it will squeeze household spending as the government scales back stimulus aid, including its job support scheme, raises taxes and Britain's economy grapples with post-Brexit trade frictions and another wave of COVID-19 cases. Only two of the BoE's rate setters voted for an immediate 15 basis-point rate hike although it kept alive the prospect of one saying it would probably have to raise the Bank Rate from its all-time low of 0.1% "over coming months" if the economy performed as expected. For now though, equity investors were just content that the major world money printers remain in no rush to remove the policy punch bowl. The pan-European STOXX 600's was last up 0.5% which also helped MSCI's 50-country world index hit its third straight record high too. The overall value of world stocks is now double what it was at the depths of the COVID-induced slump last year. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> JUST THE JOB For Wall Street watchers, weekly jobless claims figures which prelude Friday's big payrolls data, fell to a fresh 19-month low last week, suggesting the economy was regaining momentum again. Nasdaq futures rose 0.2% to another record high, which if sustained, it would be the ninth straight session of gains. [.N] In Asia overnight, Japan's Nikkei climbed 0.9% and touched its highest in a month, while MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan crept up 0.4%. The Asian index has been burdened by a spike in new coronavirus cases in China, which threatens to curb consumer spending in an already slowing economy also hampered by property market strains. Strong readings on U.S. services and employment underpinned the better mood, elsewhere. As expected, the Fed announced it would trim its bond buying by $15 billion a month from this month, while leaving open the option to quicken or slow the pace as needed. Fed Chair Jerome Powell did sound slightly less sure inflationary forces would prove to be fleeting, enough to hit longer-term bonds and "bear steepen" the yield curve. [US/] "Overall, we didn't get anything that should imply higher market pricing of hikes than what we have now," said Jan Nevruzi, an analyst at NatWest Markets. Fed futures imply a first increase to 0.25% by June with another to 0.5% by the end of 2022.. "While not an ultra-dovish meeting, the result was still a far cry from some of the more stunning hawkish surprises seen recently from the likes of the Bank of Canada," added Nevruzi. The Canadian and Australian central banks have caused turmoil in their bond markets in the last couple of weeks by abruptly changing tack on policy. Poland's central bank surprised with an aggressive hike on Wednesday too and the Czech Republic is expected to raise its rates again later, heightening a mass trend of rate rises in emerging markets already this year. The BoE wrogfooting though had already shoved sterling down more than 1% to $1.3540, having been hovering around $1.3630 beforehand. The dollar meanwhile climbed 0.45% to 94.285 as speculators consolidated long positions, following 5-months of steady gains. It firmed on the yen to 114.05, aiming for the recent top of 114.69. The euro pared overnight gains to $1.1550, hampered by expectations the European Central Bank will trail the Fed in tightening by some margin. Long-dated euro zone bond yields had been nudging higher earlier by dipped with the BoE gyrations. British 10-year borrowing costs, which have doubled since mid-August, tumbled 9 basis points which left them just below 1% again. In commodities, the dip in bond yields saw gold dither around $1,774 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices were on for their biggest rise of the month so far though as expectations mounted that OPEC+ would ignore pressure to ramp up production at a meeting later and stick to its current path. [O/R]

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