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National currencies, cryptocurrencies, and bonds fell; stocks were mixed but mostly lower, and commodities were mixed but mostly higher. War in Ukraine and the resulting sanctions against Russia drove the Ruble (not in table) down 34.4% and the Euro STOXX50 down 15.7%. Gold mining stocks, metals, and crude oil made gains. Palladium and crude oil (major exports from Russia) rose 23.8% and 22.4% respectively.

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National currencies and bonds rallied, but other asset classes were mixed. Palladium was the best performer for the second straight week, rising 13.3%. Bitcoin was in second place, gaining 6.5%. Silver, down 4.9%, and gold miners, off 3.7%, fell the most.

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Stocks and crypto currencies rallied, while bonds fell. National currencies and commodities were mixed, but mostly higher. The CCi30 crypto index rose the most, gaining 13.0%. Coffee and long term bonds were the biggest losers, falling 1.9% and 1.5% respectively.

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Commodities and equities were mixed, while national currencies, cryptos, and bonds all were in the green. Ethereum, up 6.7%, and the 30 crypto index (up 5.6%) had the largest gains, followed by long term bonds, which rose 4.6%. Cotton, down 4.5%, and silver, off 3.6%, had the largest losses.

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Cryptocurrencies rose and bonds fell; national currencies and stocks were mixed but mostly lower, while commodities were mixed but mostly higher. Bitcoin, up 11.1%, and Ether, up 6.8%, made the largest gains. The largest losses were in long term bonds, down 3.3%, and coffee, off 2.2%.

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Commodities were all in the green and equites and national currencies were mixed; cryptocurrencies and bonds were in the red. Crude oil, up 9.4%, and coffee, up 5.2%, made the largest gains. Long term bonds, down 1.8%, and Bitcoin, off 1.6%, had the largest losses.

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Cryptos and bonds were mixed, but other asset classes moved lower. The broad index of 30 cryptos, up 7.2%, and Bitcoin, up 2.9%, were the week's best performers. Palladium dropped the most, falling 13.5%. Crude oil also had a bad week, declining 9.5%.

Bonds and commodities were mixed, but other assets moved lower. The largest drops were in cryptocurrencies, where the broad index of 30 cryptos fell 13.4% and BTC dropped 8.0%. Coffee, which rose 5.4%, and platinum, which gained 3.0%, were the week's best performers.

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