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Ripple price news LIVE: XRP plunges into red days after cryptocurrency sell-off

RIPPLE has started another day in the red as it dropped to below $1 as many other cryptocurrencies experience a plunge in prices. Here are the latest updates on Ripple’s price. Source link

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Bitcoin price LIVE: BTC sinks to $9k as experts claim $10k is the natural 'plateau'

BITCOIN has continued to fall from its high of over $11,500 on Tuesday as experts argue that the $10,000 mark is BTC’s “natural plateau”. Ethereum is down at $841 and Ripple is down at $.95. Source link

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Pound LIVE: Sterling fights back as taxpayer owned RBS FINALLY returns to profit

THE POUND is mounting a comeback after a week of losses against the Euro and Dollar, while after 10 years of misery, Royal Bank of Scotland is back in profit. The government-owned bank announced a profit before tax of £2.2 ...

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Germany's Brexit snatch: Deutsche Börse targets Britain’s euro clearing industry

THE new Deutsche Börse chief executive has said he wants the Frankfurt exchange to win at least a quarter of the market for clearing euro interest rate swaps from London by 2019. Source link

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Ripple price news: Why is ripple going down? Why is crypto falling?

RIPPLE’S price took a sharp dive over recent hours, falling to less than $1. But why is Ripple going down? Why is crypto falling? Source link

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Bitcoin in Malaysia: Will the Malaysian Government ban bitcoin trade?

BITCOIN and other popular cryptocurrencies face an uncertain future after Malaysia’s Central Bank said their fate rests in the hands of the people. But does this mean bitcoin will be banned in the country? Source link

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Senior Bank of England chief admits ‘I DON’T use contactless cards’

A SENIOR Bank of England official has admitted she is far from a fan of contactless payment, as she prefers cash and does not trust technology. Source link

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Iran begins developing its own cryptocurrency as rogue states ‘try to avoid US sanctions’

IRAN has become the latest country to begin developing its own cryptocurrency in a move which is rumoured to be a way to avoid US sanctions. Source link

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Divorcees retiring this year will be WORSE OFF than those who are married

  Those who have been divorced are more likely to be retiring in debt, at 23 per cent, than those who are married, at 16 per cent, the study found. Divorcees’ average debts are lower, however, than those who are ...

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