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“Currently, the Maker development team is going through its most difficult challenge that I have witnessed during my 3.5 years with the project.” So begins a document obtained by CoinDesk, entitled “Zandy’s Story,” dated April 3, 2019. It tells nearly the complete history of MakerDAO, an ethereum-based project best known for creating the stablecoin DAI, from
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Stocks traded slightly higher on Friday as investors weighed better-than-expected economic data against a mixed batch of quarterly earnings. The S&P 500 climbed 0.2%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 32 points. The Nasdaq Composite hovered around the flatline. First-quarter gross domestic product was 3.2%, the Commerce Department said on Friday, topping the consensus
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OANDA Market Insights podcast (episode 62) WTI crude – End of the road? Dollar whipsaws following strong US Q1 GDP European update – Mixed bag, focus on earnings Asia note – Can you hear the doves Fernando? Tech Continues to Dominate Earnings; Amazon delivers, while Intel disappoints after the close Crude Lower as Disruptions Raise
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Dollar rally stalls ahead of FOMC, NFP, Trade Talks, and Earnings Posted 10 hours ago Stocks rise slightly after strong GDP report Posted 11 hours ago OANDA Market Insights podcast (episode 62) 04/26/2019 WTI crude – End of the road? 04/26/2019 Dollar whipsaws following strong US Q1 GDP 04/26/2019 European update – Mixed bag, focus
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GDP – Headline beat does not tell whole story XI – Confirms trade deal is nearing Oil – Short-term top in place Gold- Sinks following solid GDP reading GDP 3.2%!  The US economy grew at 3.2%, much higher than 2.3% consensus, and well above the 1.0% to 2.9% range.  It is a blockbuster number, but
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The first look at Q1 2019 gross domestic product Q4 was 2.2% after initially printing 2.6% Q3 was 3.4% Personal consumption +1.2% vs +1.0% expected Q4 personal consumption was +2.5% Consumer spending on durables -5.3% vs +3.6% prior Business investment +2.7% Home investment -2.8% Exports +3.7% Imports -3.7% Net trade added 1.03 pp to GDP
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