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Amanda Bullock / April 25,2020

Traders Expect Bitcoin to “Nuke” Lower as Indicators Point to Imminent Volatility

Traders Expect Bitcoin to “Nuke” Lower as Indicators Point to Imminent Volatility

Bitcoin saw some notable volatility earlier today that led the cryptocurrency to rally up towards $7,700 before facing yet another dire rejection at this level. This has placed BTC firmly back into a tight trading range and has led analysts to anticipate further downside.
One trader is noting that the cryptocurrency could be well positioned to “nuke” lower in the near-term, with this potential decline being sparked by a rejection at $8,000.
This comes as a historically accurate technical indicator also signals that the cryptocurrency is well-positioned to make a massive movement in the near-term.
Bitcoin Faces Another Rejection at $7,700 as Volatility Looms on the Horizon
At the time of writing, Bitcoin is trading sideways at its current price of $7,600.

Amanda Bullock / April 16,2020

Residence cards for EU citizens’ household who will be non-EU residents

Residence cards for EU citizens’ household who will be non-EU residents

The family members should apply for residence cards at the Swedish Migration Agency if your family are non-EU citizens and you intend to stay in Sweden for more than three months. The residence card permits your loved ones to reside and operate in Sweden so long as you have right of residence by working, learning, being self-employed or residing on your own retirement or any other adequate method for supporting your household.

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Amanda Bullock / March 24,2020

St. Elizabeth Foundation supports hospital’s COVID-19 efforts; offers instructions on making masks, too

St. Elizabeth Foundation supports hospital’s COVID-19 efforts; offers instructions on making masks, too

St. Elizabeth Foundation has provided the following update:
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is continuing to provide coronavirus (COVID-19) news, updates and precautionary measures here.
Horizon Funds NKY Coronavirus Relief Fund
St. Elizabeth has partnered with Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky to launch the NKY Coronavirus Relief Fund, providing flexible financial assistance to nonprofits in Northern Kentucky experiencing increased demand for res in response to the COVID-19 virus in our community. To date, it has raised nearly $2M. To learn more or to make a donation, click here.

Amanda Bullock / March 22,2020

Illegal Border Crossings Drop by Half Under Coronavirus Shutdown

Illegal Border Crossings Drop by Half Under Coronavirus Shutdown

by Jason Hopkins
 
Since the Trump administration ordered a shutdown of the U.S.-Mexico border, government officials are reporting a roughly 50% drop in illegal alien apprehensions.
Under orders from the Centers for Disease Control, the Trump administration on Friday declared a lockdown of the southern and northern borders, permitting only the flow of “essential” travel. In that short time, border officials have revealed that they are seeing a huge drop in the flow of illegal aliens.
“Since [Customs and Border Protection] began implementing [the CDC] order, we’ve seen a major decline in traffic at our borders — 54% decrease at ports and 52% decline in USBP encounters — while trade remains level,” CBP acting commissioner Mark Morgan tweeted Sunday. “These reductions reflect a historic & aggressive containment strategy by [President Donald Trump] to protect the US.”

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