Yen firm, euro falters as Ukraine crisis deepens

By: Miguel A. Rodriguez

11:30, 23 February 2022

Brake the pumps
  • There is no need to increase crude #oil production now, Nigeria's minister of state for petroleum Timipre Sylva said on the sidelines of a gas exporters conference in Qatar's capital Doha
  • The euro one-month volatility level jumped to its highest in 15 months, as the single currency was hit by rising risk aversion amid a #gas price surge and escalation of tensions in Ukraine
  • Bitcoin’s notorious weekend volatility is paying #dividends for investors in the largest cryptocurrency, which is outperforming U.S. equities for a change amid the uncertainty surrounding the turmoil in Ukraine
  • #BTCUSD skyrocketed 2.3% in the last session
  • The last session saw WTI fall 0.6% against USD
  • #XAUUSD fell 0.3%

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