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Dollar reverses February gain

The US dollar slid for a third day, wiping out most of its February gains. Bitcoin crossed $48,000 in buying momentum after the Tesla investment. China stocks rallied 2%, the Nasdaq and Russell 2000 hit new highs but the Dow and S&P 500 closed lower.

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S&P 500 hits record after Biden signs stimulus bill

The S&P 500 has crossed back into record high territory following a choppy fortnight thanks to fears over rising bond yields. The euro gained amid dollar weakness despite a dovish ECB meeting. Joe Biden Signed the $1.9 trillion stimulus bill.

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Tesla excluded from S&P500!

The S&P 500 index committee left out Tesla in its latest reshuffle and Japanese conglomerate Softbank apparently played a part in causing recent tech volatility. Today China trade balance and German industrial production data is released.

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Stocks reverse after NYC schools shut

Bitcoin has soared again to just shy of $18,500. However Wall Street saw a late selloff when schools were closed in New York City. The Kiwi Dollar (NZD/USD) reached its highest since December 2018.

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Final week of Q1

It was a strong day for stock markets on Friday with the S&P 500 rallying 1.66% to reach a fresh record high. The dollar finished the week on top, with NZD/USD the biggest faller following new housing rules. This is the last week of the first quarter.

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GameStop & ‘most shorted’ stocks go wild

A huge short-squeeze created big volatility among some of the most-shorted stocks on Wall Street, notably GameStop. Ether hit a record high while the Hang Seng soared 2% as Chinese President Xi addressed Davos. Today Microsoft reports earnings.

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