Cryptocurrencies roared higher, national currencies and bonds fell, and equities and commodities were mixed. Bitcoin gained 24.0% and the CCi30 crypto index rose 15.7%. Gold stocks added 4.2%. The largest losses were in coffee, down 6.4%, and platinum, off 4.3%.
Equites and commodities were mixed, but all other assets were in the green. The largest drop was in platinum, which fell 3.9%. Coffee continued to rise strongly, adding 18.7%, and Ethereum rebounded to close the week up 14.5%.
Cryptocurrencies and bonds bounced higher, but other asset classes were mixed. The largest gains were in Ethereum, up 18.6%, and the CCi30 crypto index, up 8.0%, followed by palladium, which rose 5.5%. The week's worst performers were coffee, which fell 2.6%, and the Euro STOXX50, which declined 1.5%.
Bonds rose, but all other asset classes were mixed. The largest losses were in Ethereum, down 12.0%, the 30 crypto index, down 10.4%, and the Chinese Yuan, off 2.4%. The week's best performers were silver, up 3.4%, and crude oil, up 2.4%. Long term bonds came in third, gaining 2.2%.
Most assets dropped again this week; the main exceptions were coffee, which gained 6.8%, copper, which rose 3.1%, and crude oil which added 3.0%. The index of 30 cryptocurrencies dropped 5.7%, bitcoin fell 5.5%, and platinum declined 3.6%, the week's largest losses.
Most assets dropped this week; the major exceptions were gold stocks, which gained 2.8%, and coffee, which rose 1.4%. The worst of the carnage was in the cryptocurrencies, where Ethereum fell 41.6% and the broader index of 30 cryptos dropped 37.9%; Bitcoin outperformed its peers, declining "only" 26.7%. Copper fell 5.7%, but silver ended the week little changed.
National currencies and bonds fell, while other assets were mixed. Ethereum and the CCi30 made new all-time-highs, and finished the week with the largest gains in the table, up 20.9% and 7.9% respectively. The worst losses were in palladium, down 7.7%, and Bitcoin, off 4.4%.
Cryptocurrencies and stocks declined, but other assets were mixed. After making new highs last week, the CCi30 fell 18.3% and Bitcoin dropped 17.4%. Commodities made the largest gains, with coffee rising 6.8%, and cotton gaining 5.8%.
This was a short week, due to Easter holidays. Stocks and bonds moved higher, while cryptocurrencies, commodities and national currencies were mixed. The crypto bulls regained their mojo, sending bitcoin up 8.1% and powering ether to a new all-time-high, a gain of 26.3% for the week. The largest losses were in coffee, which dropped 5.1%, and cotton, which fell 2.7%. Silver continued to retreat, giving up 2.6% while platinum rose 3.6%.
Cryptocurrencies and stocks moved higher, while bonds declined; national currencies and commodities were mixed. Cryptos moved back into out-performance mode, with Bitcoin rising 16.6% and Ether gaining 15.0%. Outside of cryptos, the best performance was by platinum, up 5.1%. The largest losses were in long term bonds, down 2.5%, and the Yuan, off 1.8%. Long bonds are now trading below their 2018 lows, close to their prices in September 2014.