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article Title Where are Bitcoin Prices Going?
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Today, the euro has been trading above $1,600 for the first time in nearly a month.
Here’s how to use this new currency today.
In short, it’s not the only thing that’s changed.
Today: The day the euro first touched $1,-,600.
It was trading below $1 on November 4, before falling below $2 on December 1.
The Eurozone’s currency is now valued at 1.3% of GDP, the lowest in more than 40 years.
At the time of writing, the value of the euro is around 0.1% of the world’s total economy.
The price of Apple’s iPhone has risen by nearly 80% since the beginning of the year, but that has not affected the amount of money Americans are saving.
According to data from Credit Suisse, Americans have saved $1,800 more since the start of this year than in the entire 2015 calendar year, and have saved an average of $3,400.
The iPhone has also increased its share of the market in the U.S. from 13.9% in the beginning to 19.5% in June.
That’s up from just 2.7% in 2015, according to data released Wednesday by Credit Suise, the biggest data provider on the smartphone market.
Apple stock has surged since the launch of the iPhone 7 in November, rising more than 300% since then.
Apple stock was up about $3.60, or 2.1%, at $125.30 in trading Wednesday, compared with a 3.4% gain for the S&P 500 index and a 5.5%, 5.9%, 6.4%, 6% and 7% gain in the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Apple shares are up about 10% since October.