President Donald Trump changed his messaging and announced an extension to the White House coronavirus guidelines through the month of April, said "great things" by June.
About 100 people have been evacuated and quarantined in Hong Kong after two residents living on different floors of an apartment building tested positive for coronavirus.
Crypto markets are climbing as we start the weekend and once again Bitcoin is leading the charge. BTC has held on to gains in five figures and continues to eat into altcoin markets as dominance approaches 70 percent. Bitcoin Closes on $11k BTC has seen its fourth green candle in as many days as the asset continues to climb, making progress above the psychological $10k barrier. A few hours ago during Asian trading from a low of $10,300 to tap an intraday high of $10,860 marking a 5.4 percent gain on the day. The movement has taken BTC back to its highest level for two weeks. The momentum has left most of the altcoins in the digital dust once again as Bitcoin dominance knocks on the door of 70 percent. This equals the mid-July high and puts market share back at December 2017 levels. a few days ago as Bitcoin goes from strength to strength. BTC market dominance – Tradingview.com Analysts are now eyeing the next resistance levels which are around $11,200 with further upside breaks possibly reaching $11,500. On the downside, support lies at $10,400 and $10,000. Missing Out on Four Figures Since sentiment has turned bullish once again, many are wondering if they have missed out on four figure Bitcoin. The past couple of weeks have been bearish and a return to new lows is still a possibility. Trader and analyst Josh Rager pointed this out earlier. “30%+ pullback was a common theme last uptrend & great opportunity to buy at confirmed support.Everyone still wants $8k… & could happen.But ignoring to buy a 35% pullback on the best performing asset over the past ten years b/c it “may” hit 10% lower” 30%+ pullback was a common theme last uptrend & great opportunity to buy at confirmed support Everyone still wants $8k… & could happen But ignoring to buy a 35% pullback on the best performing asset over the past ten years b/c it "may" hit 10% lower Good luck — Josh Rager (@Josh_Rager) Binance boss Changpeng Zhao echoed the sentiment when he “Slap yourself, if you sold $BTC under $10,000.” Elsewhere on Crypto Markets Bitcoin’s dominance surge has left altcoin markets battered and bruised as most of them are in decline this morning. Ethereum has made a little gain and is back above $220 but there is very little going on in this camp to inspire confidence at the moment. XRP has retreated again and is back at a lowly $0.315 and Litecoin has lost fourth place as LTC dumps to $95. Halving is only two days away but there is no sign of any last minute rush to buy Litecoins. As a result Bitcoin Cash has retaken fourth with a 2 percent gain to $336. Monero is one of two only other major cryptocurrencies making a gain as XMR adds 5 percent. Chainlink it’s the other with a huge fomo pump of 23 percent on the day. Image from Shutterstock The post appeared first on .
Adidas will extend its sponsorship of Spanish soccer side Real Madrid until 2028, the German sportswear firm said on Wednesday, as it battles fierce competition in Europe from Nike and a resurgent Puma.
Kansas City Royals right fielder Whit Merrifield led off the bottom of the first inning Tuesday with an opposite-field triple off the Seattle Mariners' Marco Gonzales to extend his hitting streak to 30 games, tying the club record.
David Krejci scored early in overtime and also had an assist as the Boston Bruins rallied to extend their point streak to 17 games with a 4-3 win over the visiting Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday night.