Currencies, bonds and stocks were mostly higher, while crypto-currencies got hammered, and commodities were mixed. The largest gains were in cotton, up 5.2%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average, up 3.6%. The biggest losses were in Ethereum, which fell 7.4%.

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This was a solid week for cryptocurrencies; commodities were mostly lower, and all other asset classes were mixed. Ethereum topped the charts, rising 8.3%. Copper suffered the largest losses, falling 5.0%. Platinum fell to a new all-time low before recovering to close the week down 1.9%.

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This was a strange week, generally positive until Friday, when trade war announcements caused most assets except the USD and long term bonds to drop sharply. Bitcoin and Ethereum had fallen hard very early in the week, and were recovering slowly before giving up their gains on Friday, ending off 14.5% and 17.5% respectively. Long term bonds were the largest gainers, rising 1.7%.

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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%.

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This was a very "risk on" week, as buyers pushed the prices of every asset class, except platinum, higher. The largest gains were in cotton, up 5.1%, and Ethereum, up 5.0%. Platinum lost 1.9%, and closed at 21.3 grams/oz, just 0.3% above its all-time lows.

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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%.

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Currencies, cryptocurrencies and bonds were lower this week, while equities and commodities were mixed. Precious metals were hit hard, as palladium saw the largest drop of any asset class and platinum closed at a new all-time low. The best performers were cotton, copper and gold stocks, each rising 1% for the week.

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This was a great week for every asset class except the cryptocurrencies. Ethereum took the biggest hit, falling 25.6% to close at 9.3 grams. Bitcoin also fell hard, giving up 21.1% and closing at 161.9 grams. The strongest assets were stocks, led by the Euro STOXX 50 index, which rose 4.5%, closely followed by the Nikkei and the Dow Industrials.

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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%.

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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.

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