Inflation risks remain alive

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

12:33, 15 October 2021

Bitcoin jumps as ETF approval optimism hits fever pitch
  • U.S. #shares rallied as strong bank earnings reports fired up investors' risk appetites, while soaring oil prices climbed yet again, keeping inflation risks alive
  • Optimism is sky-high in the $6.7 trillion exchange-traded fund industry that after nearly a decade, the first U.S. #Bitcoin fund could begin trading next week
  • #DXY edged down against major peers, touching a 10-day low as rising risk appetite put a brake on the safe-haven currency's recent rally, while the Aussie and Kiwi dollars gained
  • #WTIUSD rose 0.9%
  • #BTCUSD pair rose 0.6% in the last session

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