$ROAD

Construction Partners Inc

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  • Engineering & Construction
  • Construction
  • Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction

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$21.75 -

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182,409

DAY RANGE

21.76 - 22.96

52 WEEK

19.51 - 44.99

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Despite Recent Bumps in the Road, Stablecoins Will Stick Around https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2022/05/19/despite-recent-bumps-in-the-road-stablecoins-will-stick-around/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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@dros #droscrew
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Upgrades 5/11: $ARCT $ARWR $AZEK $CELH $CRON $DINO $EA $EGHT $FTNT $GO $HL $NOVT $PLNT $PTON $ROAD $RXT $TCBK $TREX . Downgrades 5/11: $ALR $ARRY $AVYA $BHVN $CS $CVNA $DBD $DMS $GLW $HYFM $INO $JNCE $KERN $KPLT $LDI $ONTF $PEGA $PTON $RKT $U $UPST $VFF

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Bitcoin price falls to $31K as traders prepare for a β€˜rocky’ road and more downside https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-price-falls-to-31k-as-traders-prepare-for-a-rocky-road-and-more-downside

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Bitcoin's rocky road to becoming a risk-off asset: analysts investigate https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-s-rocky-road-to-becoming-a-risk-off-asset-analysts-investigate

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@lucullus #droscrew
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people losing it about Musk, why, he is a hard working politically middle of the road guy

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@lucullus #droscrew
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$SNOW all that bullish option action and its in the toilet.... trading on option action alone is a road to ruin i think

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@marvin.oliver #vpatraders
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Some food for thought this morning. From my view, it seems like the US Bond market may have done some tightening FOR the FEDs already. Just from a simple point of view, US mortgage rates, savings rates, auto loan rates (ALL RATES really) have gone UP with the bond market selling off. Could this be a sign that the FEDs wont increase rates as much as everyone is predicting? Do we still get 7-9 rate increases this year? I dont think this is the road that the feds want to go down. Is it possible? Absolutely. I'm no economist, but these rate increases don't seem likely this year IMHO.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Seized Silk Road Bitcoin to Clear Ross Ulbricht's $183 Million Debt https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/04/22/seized-silk-road-bitcoin-to-clear-ross-ulbrichts-183-million-debt/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. monthly consumer prices increased by the most in 16-1/2 years in March as Russia's war against Ukraine boosted the cost of gasoline to record highs, cementing the case for a 50 basis points interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve next month. The surge in prices reported by the Labor Department on Tuesday culminated in annual inflation rising at its fastest pace since the end of 1981. But there were some glimmers of hope, with monthly underlying price pressures rising moderately as motor vehicle prices cooled. Economists also believe overall inflation has peaked. "The Fed will take a tiny bit of comfort from today's report, but it still has much work to do to restore price stability," said Sal Guatieri, a senior economist at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto. The consumer price index accelerated 1.2% last month, the biggest monthly gain since September 2005. The CPI advanced 0.8% in February. An 18.3% surge in gasoline prices accounted for more than half the increase in the CPI. Gasoline prices at the pump on average soared to an all-time high of $4.33 per gallon in March, according to AAA. Russia is the world's second-largest crude oil exporter. The United States has banned imports of Russian oil, liquefied natural gas and coal as part of a range of sanctions against Moscow for its invasion of Ukraine. In addition to pushing up gasoline prices, the Russia-Ukraine war, now in its second month, has led to a global surge in food prices as Russia and Ukraine also are major exporters of commodities like wheat and sunflower oil. Outside gasoline, the increase in inflation was across the board. Food prices increased 1.0%, with the cost of food consumed at home soaring 1.5% amid strong gains across all categories. But the cost of food consumed away from home moderated as a 0.7% rise in full service meals was partially offset by a 0.2% drop in limited service meals, the first decrease since October 2018. In the 12 months through March, the CPI accelerated 8.5%. That was the largest year-on-year gain since December 1981 and followed a 7.9% jump in February. It was the sixth straight month of annual CPI readings north of 6%. Last month's increase in inflation was in line with economists' expectations. The strong CPI readings followed on the heels of news last month that the unemployment rate fell to a new two-year low of 3.6% in March. The tight labor market is fueling wage inflation. The U.S. central bank in March raised its policy interest rate by 25 basis points, the first hike in more than three years. Minutes of the policy meeting published last Wednesday appeared to set the stage for big rate increases down the road. High inflation and the Fed's hawkish posture have left the bond market fearing a U.S. recession, though most economists expect the expansion will continue. U.S. stocks opened higher. The dollar was steady against a basket of currencies. U.S. Treasury yields fell. MONTHLY CORE CPI SLOWS Economists believe March could mark the peak in the annual CPI rate, but caution that inflation would remain well above the Fed's 2% target at least through 2023. Gasoline prices have retreated from record highs, but still remain above $4 per gallon. Last year's high inflation readings will also start falling from the CPI calculation. "March may prove to be the peak for year-over-year inflation measures for this cycle," said Ben Ayers, senior economist at Nationwide in Columbus, Ohio. "Still, given the high starting point and the likelihood of further delays to the healing of supply chains, inflation readings should remain highly elevated through 2022 and into 2023." A second straight monthly decline in prices of used cars and trucks resulted in a tame monthly reading for underlying inflation. New motor vehicle prices also moderated. Excluding the volatile food and energy components, the CPI rose 0.3% after gaining 0.5% in February. A 0.5% increase in shelter costs accounted for nearly two-thirds of the rise in the so-called core CPI. A key measure of rents, owners' equivalent rent of primary residence, advanced 0.4%. The cost of hotel and motel accommodation also increased strongly. Airline fares soared 10.7%. Household furnishings also cost more and did motor vehicle insurance, apparel, recreation and personal care. The cost of healthcare rose 0.5%, with both doctor visits and hospital services increasing solidly. But prescription medication prices fell 0.2%. The core CPI climbed 6.5% in the 12 months through March, the largest rise since August 1982, after increasing 6.4% in February. Lockdowns in China to contain a resurgence in COVID-19 infections are seen putting more strain on global supply chains, which could keep goods prices elevated. Separately, rising rents for housing are also expected to keep core inflation hot.

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@ivtrades-Chris #ivtrades
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2) I am still sitting on the $PLTR Calls after getting stopped out of the $ZIM position. The catalyst for the $ZIM trade cae as expected ( announcement of shipping rate increases) but the market sold the news much heavier than I anticipated. I will make this up down the road.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Road to Consensus: LatashΓ‘ https://www.coindesk.com/consensus2022/2022/04/04/road-to-consensus-latasha/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Road to Consensus: Garry Kasparov https://www.coindesk.com/consensus2022/2022/04/04/road-to-consensus-garry-kasparov/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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as Jonova said pumpy road to the highest

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@bronco #droscrew
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Nobody is going down that road again! Merica isn't gonna comply!

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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Around where does the chf/jpy bear lands , follow the red big road rectanngle .

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Web3: Onboarding the next billion users β€” The road ahead https://cointelegraph.com/news/web3-onboarding-the-next-billion-users-the-road-ahead

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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on the long road down

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Crypto Exchanges Facing 'Fork in the Road' Over Russia Sanctions - London Stock Exchange Group CEO https://cryptonews.com/news/crypto-exchanges-facing-fork-road-over-russia-sanctions-london-stock-exchange-group-ceo.htm

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@Snowcow #droscrew
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Thanks for stating the obvious > @dros said: WHITE HOUSE SAYS U.S. NEEDS TO BE PREPARED FOR LONG, DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD

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@bronco #droscrew
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Wait what happened to Build Back Better ? LMAO > @dros said: WHITE HOUSE SAYS U.S. NEEDS TO BE PREPARED FOR LONG, DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD

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@dros #droscrew
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WHITE HOUSE SAYS U.S. NEEDS TO BE PREPARED FOR LONG, DIFFICULT ROAD AHEAD

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@December #droscrew
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hold on.. i dont want a nuclear f250 on the road anytime soon

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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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 – 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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@Benlax #droscrew
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Market should find some relief with comments although he did say 50 bps possible down the road..

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By Natalia Zinets and Aleksandar Vasovic KYIV/MARIUPOL, Ukraine (Reuters) - Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Thursday in a massed assault by land, sea and air, the biggest attack by one state against another in Europe since World War Two. Missiles rained down. Ukraine reported columns of troops pouring across its borders from Russia and Belarus and landing on the coast from the Black and Azov seas. Ukrainian troops fought Russian forces along practically the entire border, and fierce fighting was taking place in the regions of Sumy, Kharkiv, Kherson, Odessa and at a military airport near Kyiv, an adviser to the presidential office said. Explosions were heard before dawn and throughout the morning in the capital Kyiv, a city of 3 million people. Gunfire rattled, sirens blared, and the highway out of the city choked with traffic as residents fled. The assault brought a calamitous end to weeks of fruitless diplomatic efforts by Western leaders to avert war, their worst fears about Russian President Vladimir Putin's ambitions realised. "Russia treacherously attacked our state in the morning, as Nazi Germany did in the WW2 years," tweeted Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy. "Russia has embarked on a path of evil, but Ukraine is defending itself & won't give up its freedom no matter what Moscow thinks." Calling on Ukrainians to defend their country, he said arms would be given to anyone prepared to fight. He also urged Russians to take to the streets to protest against their government's actions. U.S. President Joe Biden called the Russian action an "unprovoked and unjustified attack". EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen said the bloc would impose a new round of sanctions that would hit Russia's economy severely. EU foreign affairs chief Josep Borrell said: "These are among the darkest hours of Europe since the Second World War." RUSSIAN BOMBING In an early-morning declaration of war, Putin said he had ordered "a special military operation" to protect people, including Russian citizens, subjected to "genocide" in Ukraine - an accusation the West calls baseless propaganda. "And for this we will strive for the demilitarisation and denazification of Ukraine," Putin said. "Russia cannot feel safe, develop, and exist with a constant threat emanating from the territory of modern Ukraine" He added: "All responsibility for bloodshed will be on the conscience of the ruling regime in Ukraine." A resident of Kharkiv, Ukraine's second biggest city and close to the Russian border, said windows in apartment blocks were shaking from constant blasts. Blasts could be heard in the southern port of Mariupol, near a frontline held by Russian-backed separatists. On a highway leading out, a Ukrainian armoured column thundered along the road, with soldiers atop turrets smiling and flashing victory signs to cars which honked their horns in support. Civilians in Mariupol packed bags: "We are going into hiding," a woman said. Ukrainian officials said Russian helicopters attacked Gostomel, a military airport near Kyiv, and Ukraine downed three of them. Ukrainian border officials said the Russians were trying to penetrate Kyiv region and the Zhytomyr region on the Belarusian border, and they were using Grad rockets. Initial unconfirmed reports of casualties included Ukrainian civilians killed by Russian bombardment and border guards defending the frontier. Regional authorities of Ukraine's southern Odessa region said 18 people were killed in a missile attack. At least six people were killed in Brovary, a town near Kyiv, authorities there said. Ukraine reported five people killed when one plane was shot down. Ukraine's military said it had destroyed four Russian tanks on a road near Kharkiv, killed 50 troops near a town in Luhansk region and downed six Russian warplanes in the east. Russia denied reports its aircraft or armoured vehicles had been destroyed. Russian-backed separatists claimed to have downed two Ukrainian planes. 'RUSSIA ALONE IS RESPONSIBLE' Even with a full-blown invasion under way, Putin's ultimate aim is obscure. He said he did not plan a military occupation, only to disarm Ukraine and purge it of nationalists. The outright annexation of such a vast hostile country could be beyond Russia's military capabilities. But if the aim is just to replace Zelenskiy's government, it is hard to see Ukrainians accepting any new leadership Russia might try to install. "I think we must fight all those who invade our country so strongly," said one man stuck in traffic trying to leave Kyiv. "I would hang every single one of them from bridges." Biden has ruled out sending U.S. troops to defend Ukraine, but Washington has reinforced NATO allies in the region with extra troops and planes. The West has pledged to impose severe sanctions. "Russia alone is responsible for the death and destruction this attack will bring, and the United States and its Allies and partners will respond in a united and decisive way," Biden said. Russia is one of the world's biggest energy producers, and both it and Ukraine are among the top exporters of grain. War and sanctions will disrupt economies around the world already facing a supply crisis as they emerge from the pandemic. Stocks and bond yields plunged; the dollar and gold soared. Brent oil surged past $100/barrel for the first time since 2014. [MKTS/GLOB] At least three major buyers of Russian oil said they had been denied letters of credit from Western banks, needed for shipments to go ahead. A democratic country of 44 million people, Ukraine is Europe's biggest country by area after Russia itself. It voted overwhelmingly for independence at the fall of the Soviet Union, and aims to join NATO and the European Union, aspirations that infuriate Moscow. Putin, who denied for months he was planning an invasion, has called Ukraine an artificial construct carved from Russia by its enemies, a characterisation Ukrainians see as an attempt to erase their more than 1,000-year-old history. While many Ukrainians, particularly in the east, speak Russian as a native language, virtually all identify as a separate nationality. 'WE'RE AFRAID' Queues of people waited to withdraw money and buy supplies of food and water in Kyiv. Cars stretched for dozens of kilometres (miles) on the highway leading from the capital west towards Poland, where Western countries have prepared for the likelihood of hundreds of thousands of refugees. "We're afraid of bombardments," said Oxana, trying to flee and stuck in her car with her three-year-old daughter on the backseat. "This is so scary." Three hours after Putin gave his order, Russia's defence ministry said it had taken out military infrastructure at Ukrainian air bases and degraded its air defences. Earlier, Ukrainian media reported that military command centres in Kyiv and Kharkiv had been struck by missiles, while Russian troops had landed at Odessa and Mariupol. Russia announced it was shutting all shipping in the Azov Sea. Russia controls the strait leading into the sea where Ukraine has ports including Mariupol. Ukraine appealed to Turkey to bar Russian ships from the straits connecting the Black Sea to the Mediterranean. In Russia, where state media have for weeks been airing footage of purported Ukrainian attacks that Western countries call crudely staged fakes, the broadcast regulator said all news outlets must cite only official Russian sources on Ukraine. An activist who called for anti-war demonstrations was detained.

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@ivtrades-Chris #ivtrades
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if/when the FED decides to kick the can down the road one more time and Putin decides to go be with his grandkids and forget about Ukraine lol > @Marcosx said: WHENARE THE RUG PULLERS GONNA GET RUG PULLED?

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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1,000 points of take profit achieved . 1st level pending order activated . Signal closed at 0.84100 . Because we have won 8 consecutive signals and 0 losses , I am closing the signal early and enjoying the great record , I do not like tracking much once the road has been taken . Be smart , is not all about money , a good win is all we need , good luck .

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@PivotBoss #P I V O T B O S S
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [February 01, 2022]: Newly-Minted Key Ranges in ES, NQ** FEBRUARY 01, 2022 β€” TUESDAY AM MONTHLY OUTLOOK: I'll be hosting another FREE PivotBoss Monthly Market Outlook Tuesday, Feb 1, 2022 at 4PM CT (5PM ET) and you're invited! We'll talk futures, crypto, stocks, and I'll also take your requests. Please use the following ZOOM Webinar link to join: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84811861684 The ES and NQ rallied to close the month very near the midpoint, and in doing so created new key ranges for us to use for Q1 and beyond. Both the ES and NQ are trading within narrow ranges, similar to yday, and remain within a strong short term trend up. Look to buy the first dip of the month in Crude Oil at the monthly pivot range for a shot at 96 down the road. BTC and ETH are showing early strength, but are pushing into lower value relationships with the pivot range and also the bearish PEMA trigger zone. Can they push through? Here are FOMC Key Levels for JAN 26, 2022: ES 4412.75, NQ 14478.5, CL 87.22, GC 1828.9, RTY 2032, YM 34467, ZB 155'08, $DXY 96.124, 6B 1.3502, 6E 1.1295, BTC 37975, ETH 2602

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Russian Government Agrees on Road Map to Regulate Crypto: Report https://www.coindesk.com/policy/2022/01/28/russian-government-agrees-on-road-map-to-regulate-crypto-report/

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Crypto Biz: Ripple takes the high road, Jan. 20-26 https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-biz-ripple-takes-the-high-road-jan-20-26

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GWAGGGGG!!! > @dros said: just saw a Grand Wagoneer on the road

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@dros #droscrew
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just saw a Grand Wagoneer on the road

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yeah the plan is to rent my house down the road and acquire a duplex eventually

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By Sonali Paul and Roslan Khasawneh SINGAPORE (Reuters) -Oil prices rose for a fourth day on Wednesday as an outage on a pipeline from Iraq to Turkey increased concerns about an already tight supply outlook amid worrisome geopolitical troubles in Russia and the United Arab Emirates. Brent crude futures rose 87 cents, or 1%, to $88.38 a barrel at 0543 GMT, adding to a 1.2% jump in the previous session. The benchmark contract climbed to as much as $89.05, its highest since Oct. 13, 2014. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures climbed $1.03, or 1.2%, to $86.46 a barrel, adding to a 1.9% gain on Tuesday. WTI earlier jumped to a high of $87.08, its highest since Oct. 9, 2014. Turkey's state pipeline operator said it put out a blaze following an explosion that cut oil flow at the Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline, adding that it would be operational "as soon as possible". The cause of the explosion is not known. [nL1N2TZ04K] The pipeline carries crude out of Iraq, the second-largest producer in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), to the Turkish port of Ceyhan for export. The loss comes as analysts are forecasting tight oil supply in 2022, driven in part by demand holding up much better than expected as the highly contagious Omicron coronavirus variant spreads, with some predicting the return of $100 oil. Concerns over Russia, the world's second-largest oil producer, and the UAE, OPEC's third-largest producer, are adding to the supply fears. The UAE late on Tuesday called for a meeting of the United Nations Security Council to condemn an attack on Abu Dhabi on Monday by Yemen's Houthi movement, which has threatened further attacks. Meanwhile, Russian troops are lined up on the border of Ukraine, with the White House calling the crisis extremely dangerous and saying Russia could invade at any point. The tensions raise the prospect of supply disruptions at a time when OPEC, Russia and their allies, together called OPEC+, are already having difficulty meeting their agreed target to add 400,000 barrels per day of supply each month. "OPEC+ is falling short of hitting their production quotas and if geopolitical tensions continue to heat up, Brent crude might not need much of a push to get to $100 a barrel," OANDA analyst Edward Moya said in a note. Jet fuel consumption is rising with growth in international flights, while road traffic is much higher than the same time last year, Commonwealth Bank commodities analyst Vivek Dhar said in a note. "OPEC+ supply constraints and the ongoing increase in global oil demand will likely keep oil prices well supported in coming months," Dhar said. OPEC officials have told Reuters that oil's rally may continue in the next few months due to recovering demand and limited capacity in OPEC+, and prices could break $100 a barrel.

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Crypto Talks From CoinDesk https://www.coindesk.com/podcasts/road-to-consensus-by-coindesk/

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I will send a very potent recipe for your body aches. I had a severe lower back stenosis, herniation totally messed up L4/L5 and S1 joint lived in 8-10 level pain had surgery in 2020. The recipe saved my life got me off high dosage Narco Opiods and anti inflammatory. I take it everyday and been road cycling like I use to way back before my back problem. No pain no aches ride over 125 miles every week.

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@ChristopheB #nim
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Hi Thor, Many thanks for your insights. I thank you for assessing the questions and providing answers and you may of course wait for after the end-of-year season. I personnally consider that two options are better than one and one should always count others' talents and resources if offered voluntarily and freely. After all, we've been awaiting content since I joined the team hence my questions for clarifications and next steps for 2022. So far, no sorry, there is no answers in your message to those CLEARLY LISTED legitimate, technological and organizational questions: 1) a proper CCIM website and social media in place. When is it finally going to happen ? 2) proper reference on Etherscan. The CCIM we own https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1 can be misinterpreted with https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1 the latter being properly represented on etherscan.io (associated account, website and verified code) which is needed for credibility. Without the correct data on etherscan there will be no credibility. 3) to make sure we get our version of contract verified and published https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1#code ; the other code is verified and published on etherescan, our tokens are not 4) What do you believe in Thibault introducing NIM to Bitfinex (major exchange) for listing CCIM ? 5) Can you rapidly register CCIM with coinmarketcap/coingeeko ? Again we would need a proper website, social media and proper reference on etherscan. This question is the most important and requires a thorough answer: Finally, is there a roadmap for listing CCIM in 2022 (I understand content is needed but that should have been planned for a year now)? I am sorry but the newsletter you referred to : https://mailchi.mp/internetmedia/nims-metaverse does not answer this planning/road map requirement in any ways (but simply defines and explains the elements of the ecosystem). Estimates and "time frames" for milestones are fine and we'll come back on that on the 19th but I am sure we may already share on this and build on our talents and efforts. I personnally value Thibaults' knowledge, network and talents A LOT. Alone faster, together further. Many thanks and kind regards, Chris

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@ChristopheB #nim
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HI Thor, how are you doing today ? First, let me thank you for your efforts in 2021 and looking forward to 2022 for the adoption of the NIM ecosystem. RE: your answer re: CCIM. Thibault has set up a liquidity pool of CCIM with USD 2000 in ether. He is ready to populate it (or other pools) with his 250 students at Skema if we airdrop them CCIM. Me and other CCIM investors are also ready to join him and animate those pools with both CCIM and our network. As stated it is the best way to rapidly create a market around CCIM, before a listing on a centralized exchange. For doing so , we need : 1) a proper CCIM website and social media in place. When is it finally going to happen ? 2) proper reference on Etherscan. The CCIM we own https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1 can be misinterpreted with https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1 the latter being properly represented on etherscan.io (associated account, website and verified code) which is needed for credibility. Without the correct data on etherscan there will be no credibility. 3) to make sure we get our version of contract verified and published https://etherscan.io/address/0xE8c263a96Bcb637906B86CB523B4b472370fB7c1#code ; the other code is verified and published on etherescan, our tokens are not 4) What do you believe in Thibault introducing NIM to Bitfinex (major exchange) for listing CCIM ? 5) Can you rapidly register CCIM with coinmarketcap/coingeeko ? Again we would need a proper website, social media and proper reference on etherscan. Finally, is there a roadmap for listing CCIM in 2022.? I am sorry but the newsletter you referred to : https://mailchi.mp/internetmedia/nims-metaverse does not answer this planning/road map requirement in any ways (but simply defines and explains the elements of the ecosystem). It is key for me and other CCIM owners/investors to receive clear, detailed and time framed answers from your side on these questions. Many thanks and enjoy your end of year season, Chris

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@bronco #droscrew
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β€œLook, there is no federal solution,” he said on a call to state governors. β€œThis gets solved at state level … and that ultimately gets down to where the rubber meets the road, and that’s where the patient is in need of help β€” or preventing the need for help,” Biden said in the beginning of his remarks.

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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Good morning to all, unfortunately I am on the road and will miss the open but will be at the station within a hour of the market open

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@lucullus #droscrew
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can't help but feel end of 2022 will feel very different, economic rough road ahead .....but hopefully one more big run

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@dros #droscrew
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that's actually pretty nice there road > @bunnytoad69 said: what would @dros play on a PYPL trade is the better question

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**@CNBC:** Reddit was created in 2005, and it has taken a unique road toward going public. https://t.co/TPqpYHkzMV https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1471470762821365764

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@lucullus #droscrew
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well no need to go all in here i dont think, wait till the bus passes to cross the road i reckon

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@NLD #droscrew
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"The Benefits of an Objective Approach Traders gain a psychological benefit from doing their best thinking up front and building a well-thought-out trading plan. After that, they are simply following the rules. One thing to remember is that your trading plan will not always maximize your profit on each and every trade. This is simply a reality of trading. The bene- fits of using an objective approach to option trading include these: β€’ Eliminating emotional decision making β€’ Relieving the psychological burden of being right or wrong in each situation β€’ Doing your best thinking up front and then trusting in your plan, rather than having to make subjective decisions in the heat of battle Constructing a well-thought-out trading plan is a crucial step toward consistent trading success. A trading plan relieves a great deal of the emotional pressure that traders feel when they rely on gut instinct and hunches to trade. Too many traders assume that they will know the right thing to do when the time arrives. In re- ality, more often than not this turns out to be exactly the oppo- site of what actually occurs. In a bad situation, with real money on the line, unprepared traders make emotional decisions based solely on fear or greed. Very often these are decisions that they would never make if they were thinking rationally. The good news about developing a trading plan is that a well- thought-out plan can serve as a road map to trading profits by keeping you from overreacting to every bend in the road. The bad news is that no approach to trading is perfect. There are no magic formulas or holy grail for trading."

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**@nytimesbusiness:** BuzzFeed is off to a rocky start on the road to becoming a public company. https://t.co/fBKDxoXKIm https://twitter.com/nytimesbusiness/status/1466829618372087808

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Silk Road Founder Ross Ulbricht, Who Proved the Case for Bitcoin, Can Do So for NFTs https://www.coindesk.com/business/2021/12/03/silk-road-founder-ross-ulbricht-who-proved-the-case-for-bitcoin-can-do-so-for-nfts/

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Imprisoned Silk Road founder causes a stir with NFT drop https://cointelegraph.com/news/imprisoned-silk-road-founder-causes-a-stir-with-nft-drop

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Stablecoin issuers poised to be banks of the future on road to adoption https://cointelegraph.com/news/stablecoin-issuers-poised-to-be-banks-of-the-future-on-road-to-adoption

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