Twitter’s twist, stocks wrap volatile week, bitcoin’s bounce: LIVE UPDATES

Symbol Price Change %Change
TWTR $45.08 -1.01 -2.19%

Twitter shares fell after Elon Musk said in a tweet that a deal for the company
was temporarily on hold.

“Twitter deal temporarily on hold pending details supporting calculation that spam/fake accounts do indeed represent less than 5% of users,” Musk wrote.

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Bitcoin rebounds

Cryptocurrencies, led by bitcoin, were rebounding Friday morning after a rocky week. Bitcoin snapped a seven-session losing streak after hitting a 16-month low of around $25,400 on Thursday. Bitcoin is off more than 25% month-to-date and down more than 38% year-to-date.

Futures at a glance

U.S. equity futures
are higher on Friday morning following losses this week caused by inflation reports and recession concerns.

Twitter shares are down 14% in premarket trading after Elon Musk said in a tweet that a deal for the company was “temporarily on hold.

Meanwhile, oil prices were higher, with West Texas Intermediate futures trading at about $107.80 a barrel and Brent crude futures trading at around $109 per barrel.

Stock futures gain, shrugging off recent inflation reports

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Gasoline hits record high

The average price for a gallon of gasoline
 in the U.S. rose to a record Friday morning to $4.432, according to the latest numbers from AAA. The price on Thursday was $4.418. 

Oil rises amid fears of demand slowdown

Oil traded higher Friday morning, despite heading for the first weekly loss in three weeks. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures climbed to around $106 per barrel. Brent crude futures were around $108 per barrel. Both benchmark contracts were on track to post declines for the week.

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