Wall Street Weekly Digest
📌 Correlation returned to the markets, the S&P 500 ends the week just above 3,000 points, and Bitcoin is holding above $ 9,100.
📌 Disturbing news from the USA, commercial banks failed the stress test and now the authorities are going to partially cancel “Walker rule ”To support them.
📌 Wirecard payment card issuer ceased to refuse the loss of € 1.9 billion and launched bankruptcy proceedings.
📌 For the TON ICO, the Telegram messenger is required to pay an $ 18.5 million fine and return $ 1.19 billion to investors.
📌 The US Department of Commerce reported a 5% drop in the country's economy during the first quarter of 2020.
📌 Research: From 50% to 80% of trades on large cryptocurrency exchanges account for BTC and ETH.
📌 Honeywell Corporation announced the creation of the most powerful quantum computer with 64 qubits.
📌 Lufthansa Airlines is excluded from the German Dax index, which includes 30 of the largest German companies.
📌 Bitcoin will be available for purchase in 20 thousand retail US outlets worth up to $ 500.
📌 Brazil blocked payments through WhatsApp a week after the launch of the new feature.
📌 On the balance sheet of the Grayscale investment fund is already almost 400,000 BTC.
📌 Ebang mining equipment manufacturer conducted a successful IPO on NASDAQ and raised $ 101 million.
📌 Microsoft decided to completely change its retail sales strategy, for which it will close all offline stores, and their employees will be transferred to another job. 24h Global Market Data👇🏻