No-oil future

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

12:57, 29 September 2021

Yen weakens to 111 per dollar as U.S. Treasury yields soar
  • India, the world's third-biggest #oil importer and consumer, has signaled that a spike in oil prices would speed up the transition to alternative energy sources
  • The #yen traded near an almost three-month low to the dollar and reached a two-week trough versus the #euro, as rising bond yields in the U.S. and Europe lured Japanese investors.
  • El Salvador's adoption of #Bitcoin as its legal tender and #Twitter's integration of lightning payments were likely catalysts in the network's growth
  • BTC/USD plummeted 1.0% in the last session

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