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are you guys getting a delay in the pen drawings or is that just me? My computer has been acting up lately so Im not sure
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@JDtheEntity #P I V O T B O S S
Frank... FYI... Your pen drawings have a 5 to 10 second delay. Not sure but check Zoom updates. I had to update too
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** ELEZIONI POLITICHE FRANCIA II° TURNO** Nel parlamento francese, Macron dovrebbe perdere la maggioranza assoluta. Secondo le stime preliminari di Elabe, il blocco centrista di Macron vincerà 205-235 dei 577 seggi. Ministro delle Finanze francese Le Maire: Le aziende che possono aumentare lo stipendio entro la fine dell'estate dovrebbero farlo. ANSA **Macron perde la maggioranza assoluta, boom di Le Pen** Mélenchon secondo. L'Eliseo tende la mano ai partiti. Per Emmanuel Macron, due mesi dopo la conferma all'Eliseo, è arrivata la più bruciante delle sconfitte. Un crollo al di là di ogni previsione per il presidente, che al secondo turno delle elezioni legislative prede la maggioranza assoluta. Vince Jean-Luc Mélenchon, il tribuno della gauche che tallona la maggioranza presidenziale. Stravince Marine Le Pen, che senza neppure fare campagna elettorale decuplica il numero dei deputati all'Assemblée Nationale. Il Parlamento francese esce quindi dalle urne con equilibri sconvolti. Emmanuel Macron con la sua coalizione Ensemble! è lontanissimo dalla maggioranza assoluta necessaria per governare: 289 seggi. Nel primo mandato aveva 341 deputati, oggi fra 210 e 230, secondo le ultime proiezioni. Insegue la Nupes di Jean-Luc Mélenchon, con 170-190 seggi. Decuplica Marine Le Pen, con il Rassemblement National che sale a 80-95 seggi, rispetto agli 8 attuali. Scende, invece, il partito dei Républicains, la destra tradizionale, a 58-65 seggi.
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**ELEZIONI PRESIDENZIALI IN FRANCIA - II° TURNO** I sondaggisti prevedono che il blocco del presidente francese Macron otterrà 268-307 seggi alle elezioni francesi. Ha bisogno di 289 seggi in totale. La maggioranza del presidente francese Macron è in pericolo dopo il primo turno di votazioni al parlamento francese. La sinistra unita Nupes, guidata dal leader radicale Jean-Luc Mélenchon, è in leggero vantaggio sulla coalizione Ensemble! di Emmanuel Macron al primo turno delle legislative francesi. Il raggruppamento della gauche è infatti stimato dagli istituti di sondaggi tra il 25 e il 26,2%, contro il 25 - 25,8% dello schieramento del presidente rieletto. Le prime proiezioni in seggi danno ancora alla coalizione di Macron la possibilità di mantenere la maggioranza assoluta di 289 parlamentari, assegnando alla coalizione Ensemble! fra 270 e 310 seggi. Alla gauche di Nupes (Jean-Luc Mélenchon) andrebbero 170-220 seggi. Staccato invece il Rassemblement National di Marine Le Pen, che ha ottenuto fra il 18,5 e il 19,8% dei voti che potrebbero valere tra i 15 e i 30 seggi. L'astensione è arrivata a un livello record, raggiungendo secondo Ipsos il 52,3%.
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**L'attuale presidente Macron ha ottenuto il 58,2% dei voti, secondo le stime, contro il 41,8% di Le Pen. Le Pen ha concesso la sconfitta al Presidente in carica Macron alle elezioni francesi.**
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Macron or Le Pen: What promise does each presidential candidate hold for crypto? https://cointelegraph.com/news/macron-or-le-pen-what-promise-does-each-presidential-candidate-hold-for-crypto
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By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks edged higher on Wednesday, but gains were capped by questions over how far real bond yields will rise as investors sifted through disappointing Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) earnings and war continued in Ukraine. The STOXX index of 600 European companies gained 0.4% to 458.17 points. The MSCI all country stock index was 0.2% firmer. Investors kept a wary eye on the 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), whose yields briefly broke above negative territory on Tuesday for the first time since March 2020. A rise in real yields poses a fresh headwind for risky assets such as stocks, especially big tech firms which report earnings next week, now more closely scrutinised after Netflix shares sank on Tuesday evening after news it was losing subscribers. Tech-heavy Nasdaq futures were down 0.6 percent, with S&P500 futures shedding 0.3% "You are going to have to see real yields in much more positive territory before they make stock markets less attractive," said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets. "The bigger question the markets are wrestling with at the moment is has inflation peaked? If inflation has peaked, then maybe it's a good time to buy bonds again, which is why we are seeing so much uncertainty as to the future direction of the stock markets," Hewson said. The dollar climbed to a fresh two-decade peak to the yen, buoyed as the Bank of Japan stepped into the market again to defend its ultra low interest rate policy. Data is beginning to emerge from the International Monetary Fund this week on how much the two-month old war in Ukraine is hitting the global economy. The U.S. Federal Reserve issues its "Beige Book" of economic conditions from late February to early April on Wednesday. "We expect the pace of economic activity eased slightly to a modest pace," UniCredit analysts said in a note. In Europe, German producer prices hit a record high amid war in Ukraine. In an election which has rattled French bonds, President Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen will face each other in a televised debate on Wednesday evening. Macron, however, appears to be pulling ahead of Le Pen in the polls ahead of Sunday's final round in the election. ASIA SHARES RISE MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%, its first positive session in a week. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.8%, like other markets in the region tracking Tuesday's gains on Wall Street where the three main benchmarks had their best days in over a month, helped by several strong earnings results. The Nasdaq closed up 2.2%. China bucked the regional trend as Chinese blue chips shed 1.5% after the central bank kept its benchmark lending rates unchanged, despite frequent government pledges to support a slowing economy hit by the worst COVID-19 outbreak in two years. That decision in contrast helped the Chinese yuan recover after hitting its lowest since October in early trade. "Investors were looking for stimulus from China but the PBOC didn't deliver today," said Carlos Casanova. "Markets inevitably are going to interpret that in a negative way with the lockdowns extending into April and beyond, meaning the worst months for economic data are ahead of us." The yield on a highly -traded contract of China's 10-year government bond fell below U.S. 10-year Treasury yield for the first time since 2010 on earlier this month, and Chinese 10 year yields were last around 2.85%. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were within a whisker of 3% on Wednesday - though were little changed on the day. Yield differentials are also a factor for Japan, where the central bank on Wednesday offered to buy an unlimited amount of 10-year Japanese government bonds (JGB) at 0.25%, in its third move since February to defend its yield target. This yield curve control has sent the yen to 20-year lows against the dollar, but the dollar retreated 0.2% on the yen on Wednesday amid some nerves that intervention - verbal or otherwise - from Japanese authorities could drive a bounce. Oil prices rebounded from sharp losses in the previous session as concerns about tighter supplies from Russia and Libya dominated. Brent crude futures rose 1.2% to $108.55 a barrel. Spot gold fell 0.4% to its lowest in a week dragged down by higher yields.
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ma attenzione alla Le Pen che lo lasciata fuori dal discorso ma nei sondaggi sta crescendo
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By Scott Murdoch HONG KONG (Reuters) - Asian shares were mostly in negative territory while the U.S. dollar held strong on Tuesday ahead of U.S. inflation data which could foreshadow even more aggressive interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve. Treasury yields spiked to a three-year high, while oil prices jumped after a partial easing of lockdowns in Shanghai. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.2%, after U.S. stocks ended the previous session with mild losses, while Japan's Nikkei stock index slid 1.79%. Australian shares were down 0.57%. Higher U.S. bond yields were supporting the dollar, with the U.S. currency's index measure against six peers moving back over 100 to test last week's near-two year high. The Japanese currency bore the brunt of the losses against the greenback, which rose to 125.77 yen overnight, its highest since June 2015. It traded choppily just below that level on Tuesday and was last at 125.45 per dollar. The yen has been under the gun over recent months as the Bank of Japan has committed to maintaining ultra-easy policy even as many other major central banks, led by the Fed, have embarked on tightening monetary conditions. The euro was buffeted by politics, unable to hold onto gains from its mini-relief rally on Monday after French leader Emmanuel Macron beat far-right challenger Marine Le Pen in the first round of presidential voting. It was last steady at $1.087. China's markets gained ground as signs emerged that some of the COVID-19 restrictions were starting to ease in Shanghai, the country's financial capital, though dozens of other cities remain in partial or full lockdowns.. An easing of China's regulations on the gaming sector also gave investors heart after a multi-year crackdown on parts of the country's technology industry. China's bluechip CSI300 Index dipped into negative territory mid-session Tuesday but roared back in the afternoon to be up 1.41%, which analysts attributed to the gaming restriction changes Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was up 0.3%. "The next few days and weeks in China is going to be challenging, COVID cases are still going up, but investors should not be focused just on COVID," said Suresh Tantia, a Credit Suisse (SIX:CSGN) strategist. "The big story for China though is political easing and tech regulations starting to subside. Tech stocks have bounced today and we think there will be more policy easing so there is a situation where China will be easing when the rest of the world is tightening." Ahead of the March inflation data, U.S. stock futures, the S&P 500 e-minis, were down 0.38% at 4,392.3. Economists polled by Reuters forecast the U.S. consumer price index (CPI) on Tuesday would post an 8.4% year-over-year increase for the month. NatWest Markets economists predict a 1.1% month-on-month jump in the headline inflation figure which would be the largest monthly gain since June 2008. "We're quite hawkish in terms of U.S rate hikes and we think it's not just the amount of tightening but the pace which is going to impact investors," Elizabeth Tian, Citigroup (NYSE:C)'s equity derivatives director in Sydney told Reuters. "Equities markets have been very resilient and quite relaxed compared to the fixed income markets, but we're expecting at the Fed's May meeting there will be some kind of announcement in term of quantitative easing tapering and that is when we could see the volatility emerging in equities. "The question is going to be how do markets react to the velocity of rate hikes we could see." In the Asian session, the yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes rose to 2.8224% compared with its U.S. close of 2.782% on Monday. The two-year yield, which rises with traders' expectations of higher Fed fund rates, touched 2.539% compared with a U.S. close of 2.508%. U.S. crude ticked up 2.2% to $96.37 a barrel. Brent crude rose to $100.76 per barrel. Gold was slightly lower. Spot gold was traded at $1956.41.45 per ounce. [GOL/]
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