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Powered by 21Shares This Week in Crypto The overall sentiment for the cryptoassets industry is still in shock from the market correction that happened over the past few weeks. The macro factors driving the markets are a by-product of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and China’s COVID Zero policy combined, with the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate hike adding fuel to the fire. Food prices have gone up 37% year-over-year, spurring protests in Sri Lanka and Iran. However, panic selling seems to be coming to an end; large investors, such as MicroStrategy, are still holding on to their crypto holdings. Bitcoin is down by 13%, trading between $33K and $29K over the past week, shrinking its market cap dominance to 42.4% as shown in Figure 1. Ethereum is down by 20%, trading between $2,423 and $2,013. On the upside, the top gainers out of last week’s rally were Cosmos, Solana, and Cardano. Major Cryptoassets by Percentage of Total Market Capitalisation ...
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India’s star is on the rise with many nations, including Australia, seeking to forge closer trade partnerships. Investors may wonder whether they should consider investing in India and the ways in which to include it in their portfolios. There are a range of options for investors to consider. Why consider India for your investments? Many investors are interested in emerging markets as a diversification strategy in their portfolio, with the Asian region typically attractive. The Asian region has a well-documented growth case in terms of a growing middle-class and economic prospects. Though China is typically front of mind, investors shouldn’t discount other countries, such as India, as valid options. Investors should be aware that India has continued to struggle with COVID-19, however, it is starting to show signs of recovery. India’s future is dominated by three key growth drivers: ...