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Politics: Rain of lockdown coming and Google thickens the voice

Google threatens to shut down its search engine in Australia – Google threatened to shut down its search engine in Australia if a proposed law requiring tech giants to pay publishers for news was not changed – The Wall Street Journal

State of São Paulo will have red stage on weekends – Estadão

Boris Johnson signals that third lockdown could last all summer in the UK – MSN

Right on time, Republicans pretend to care about deficits again – Washington Post

Economy: Bitcoin on sale and falling stock markets

Markets wake up low, while cases of the virus increase and lockdown measures take place in Hong Kong and other Asian countries with expectations of happening in the UK for the third time. Biden announced that another 100,000 lives could be lost in the coming months.

“The pandemic is far from being outside the investment landscape,” said Sebastien Barbe, strategist at Credit Agricole.

The cryptocurrency market lost $ 100 billion in one day, Bitcoin is down and altcoins suffer from a bloodbath.

Canadian Hive Blockchain acquires 6400 machines to mine Bitcoin from Chinese Canaan – 8BTC

Banks should see greater drop in profit in 20 years – Outlook for this year is for recovery, with resumption of activity and possible increase in the Selic rate – Valor Econômico

Index futures at 7:10 GMT

  • Ibovespa (Brazil) closing, -1.31% at 118,095 points
  • Nasdaq (USA), – 0.52%
  • Nikkei 225 (JAP), -0.69%
  • Euro Stoxx 50 -1.11%

Commodities, currencies and Bitcoin:

  • Gold, -0.39% traded at $ 1,858.50 a Troy ounce
  • Bitcoin, -8.29% to R $ 171,249.00 in Brazil or US $ 31,020.00
  • Dollar – USD / BRL, traded at R $ 5.2920

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