This week, stocks were higher, bonds were lower, and other asset classes were mixed. The biggest moves were in commodities, as platinum rose 3.5% and coffee dropped 2.9%. Ethereum continued to take a pummeling, falling 2.8% on top of the prior week's 23% loss.
This was a pretty lack-luster week. National currencies, bonds and commodities were mixed, while cryptocurrencies and most equities were sharply lower. The largest gains were in coffee, up just 0.9%. The largest losses were in Ethereum, which fell 23% this week, leaving it down 46% in the last month.
This week national currencies were lower, while other asset classes were mixed. The largest gains were in palladium, up 4.6%, and Bitcoin, which rose 4.3%. Coffee, off 3.2%, and gold stocks, down 2.8%, saw the largest losses.
National currencies, bonds, and major stock indexes were higher, while cryptocurrencies and commodities were mixed. The largest gain was in Bitcoin, which rose 9.7% while most other major cryptos were falling. Gold stocks fell 8.2%, the largest drop for any asset class, and the only equity to close lower.
Currencies and bonds were higher, stocks and commodities were mixed. Cryptocurrencies were hit hard, as Ethereum fell 10.4% and Bitcoin dropped 8.4%. The largest gains were in the S&P 500 stock index which rose 1.4%.
This was a good week for stocks and cryptos, a bad week for bonds, and a mixed week for currencies and commodities. The biggest changes were in commodities, as copper rose 6.2% and coffee dropped 4.7%. Ethereum closed the week up 3.3%, but the crypto markets fell hard over the weekend, with Ethereum down 12% on Sunday.
It was generally an up week for currencies and bonds, but mixed for cryptocurrencies, stocks, and commodities. The largest swings were in commodities, with cotton climbing 5.3% and crude oil falling 2.4%.
National currencies, cryptocurrencies, and bonds were all lower this week, while equities and commodities were mixed. Ethereum dropped the most, giving up 14.5% for the week. Palladium saw the largest gain, rising 3.1%.
This week, commodities and currencies (national and crypto) were mixed, bonds were lower, and equities were mostly higher. Crude oil saw the largest price increase, rising 3.0%. Bitcoin fell the most, down 5.0%, but cotton was close behind, dropping 4.8%. Gold stocks made the second largest gains, rising 1.9%.
Digital tokens rose strongly, while other asset classes were mixed. Ethereum made the largest gains, rising a whopping 49.6% to close at 17.0 grams, while Bitcoin ended in second place, up 9.3%. Copper was in third place, rising 4.9%. The largest losses were in coffee, which fell 1.8% for the week, while the EURO STOXX 50 dropped 1.5% and platinum fell 1.4% to close at 21.9 grams per ounce, a new all-time low.