14:49The charts that matter: another big bitcoin crash
This week, we turn our weary locked-down eyes to foreign holidays, and specifically to the airline sector. The idea that vaccines could bring the virus under control have made investors – and would-be travellers – optimistic, and the share prices of many airlines are back on the way up. Matthew Partridge takes an in-depth look at the sector and picks the best-placed shares to buy now.
In the podcast this week, Merryn talks to one of our favourite global economists, Dambisa Moyo. She talks about the future role of corporations vs governments at a time when public trust in big companies – not necessarily fairly, says Dambisa – is not particularly high. She also has a lot to say about the economic recovery (or lack of) from the pandemic, the strength of China’s economy, and the prospects for the UK and Europe. Listen to what she has to say here.
|Total comments: 0|
|How Elon Musk Crashing Bitcoin To Grow Dogecoin Is A Silly Move (0)|
|Bitcoin (BTC) Inflows into Crypto Exchanges Hit a 1 Year High (0)|
|Bitcoin stabilizes after sell-off, faces resistance near 53k (0)|
|Bitcoin Weekly Forecast: BTC clings to support, on-chain metrics show sellers' onslaught (0)|
|TESLA HAS ONE OTHER BIG REASON FOR HALTING BITCOIN PAYMENTS (0)|
|Bitcoin falls as Binance said to face investigations from US Justice Dept and IRS (0)|
|SEC to Weigh Whether Bitcoin Futures Market could Accommodate ETFs (0)|
|MoneyGram to Enable Users to Buy Bitcoin and Withdraw it From Birck-and-Mortar Locations (0)|
|USD Index is Crashing; It Has Been Historically Bullish for Bitcoin (0)|
|SEC Warns of Bitcoin Futures Risks in Mutual Fund Investments (0)|