Veteran DeSean Jackson is back in the NFL! As Ian Rapoport from the “NFL Network” reports, citing Jackson’s advisor Drew Rosenhaus, the Baltimore Ravens have signed the 35-year-old. The wide receiver, who was most recently without a club and played for the Las Vegas Raiders last season, is entering his 15th NFL season. With the Ravens, Jackson provides more depth in the receiving corps after Rashod Bateman was recently injured. Jackson played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2008 to 2013. This was followed by positions with today’s Washington Commanders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, again with the Eagles and in 2021 with the Los Angeles Rams and Las Vegas Raiders. Jackson is a three-time Pro Bowl nominee and has 66 touchdowns, 632 passes caught and 11,110 receiving yards in his NGL career.
The Baltimore Ravens are bolstering themselves with a former Super Bowl winner: defensive end Jason-Pierre Paul, who last played with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has signed a one-year contract with the Ravens and is set to bolster the franchise’s pass rush. According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, he can collect up to $5.5 million. Pierre-Paul was already in Baltimore for a workout in June, but the contract is only now in place. Most recently, the Ravens had several players placed on the injured reserve (IR) list and needed on the defensive side of the ball.
According to data from IntoTheblock, it appears that large holders of the Shiba Inu, or whales, are synchronizing the price of SHIB with an increase in the large transaction rate, which is up 275%.
75 large transactions, referring to those with a value of more than $100,000 each, have been logged to the Shiba Inu network in the past 24 hours.
Large transactions are often a signal of the activity of whales or big players, who are buying or selling. It is worth noting that the massive surge in large positions led to an impressive shiba inu price rally earlier in August, which was noticed by online analytics firm Santiment shortly after the 35% price hike.
The sell-off in the market earlier in August coincided with an explosion of large transactions on the network. The Chiba Inu coin ecosystem is gaining momentum as the governance token, BONE, has posted an impressive 150% rise, and trading volumes as a result have increased by nearly 447%.
BlueBit.io, the largest platform in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, has also announced the inclusion of BONE.
According to WhaleStats data, BONE has been ranked as the most traded of the top 100 whales as a result.
SHIB . Coin Price Movement
SHIB, the 14th cryptocurrency, has a market capitalization of $6.86 billion and is currently trading at around $0.0000125, according to CoinMarketCap data.
As a result, approximately 242 million SHIBs have been burned in the past 24 hours, with the burning rate rising.
On August 28, the price of the shiba inu broke out, and closed below the immediate support level at $0.000012, but the bears were unable to capitalize on their position. This indicates that the bulls are accumulating low (buying low).
The price of the shiba inu may attempt to move to the upper barrier at $0.000014 if the buyers maintain the price above the SMA 50 ($0.000012). SHIB could spend some time in the range between 0.000012 and 0.000014 dollars if the price drops from this level.
SHIB price could rise to $0.00018 if the bulls push the price and maintain it above $0.00014. However, SHIB must hold above the August 28th low to maintain the positive outlook.
Global stock indices were mixed in trading yesterday, amid increasing concern among investors in the world about the possibility of tightening monetary policy in the United States and anticipation about the pace of raising interest rates and the rise in energy costs, as the American and Chinese stock exchanges declined, while European and Japanese stocks bucked the trend.
On the American “Wall Street” exchange, the Standard & Poor’s 500 and Nasdaq indexes opened lower, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index opened down 0.38 points, equivalent to 0.01%, to 4,198.74 points, and the Nasdaq Composite Index decreased 8.69 points, or 0.07%, to 12,630.58 points. . The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 1.65 points to 3,3293.43 points. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated the bank’s firm commitment to reining in accelerating inflation, warning that raising interest rates could cause some pain to the US economy. Powell said in his speech at the Jackson Hole Forum in Wyoming that the Federal Reserve will use its tools aggressively to deal with inflation, which is still near its highest level in 40 years.
The Fed Chairman indicated that there is no way to stop tightening monetary policy, although the current interest rates are likely to have reached the neutral level, which does not restrict or stimulate economic growth. The Federal Reserve has raised the interest rate 4 times since the beginning of this year, to reach the range of 2.25% and 2.50%, after it was near zero at the beginning of this year.
“While high interest rates, sluggish economic growth and weak labor market conditions will bring down inflation, they will cause some pain for households and businesses,” Powell added. Much larger”. Investors are awaiting the Federal Reserve’s meeting next September, amid disagreements over the possibility of raising interest rates by 75 basis points for the third time in a row, or just increasing interest rates by 50 points. European stocks rose, as the rise of “Wall Street” supported by technology companies last night, led to the rise of its European counterparts, but sentiment was affected by concerns about the pace of interest rate hikes and higher energy costs. The pan-European Stoxx 600 Index rose 0.4% and is set to end the week down 0.5%. A survey showed that consumer confidence in Germany will hit a record low for the third consecutive month in September as households prepare for higher energy bills, while consumer confidence in France unexpectedly rose in August. Mining stocks rose as copper prices rose on hopes that new stimulus measures from China would boost demand, and technology shares rose 1%.
Japanese stocks closed slightly higher, after giving up some of their gains in early trading, and the Nikkei index closed up 0.57% at 28641.38 points, after it rose earlier in the session to 28792.93 points. The broader Topix index also gave up some of its early gains to close 0.15% higher at 1979.59 points. The market received support from the rise led by technology stocks in “Wall Street” the day before yesterday, with the decline in the US Treasury bond yields, as many Federal Reserve officials were conservative about the rate of interest rate hike that they will agree to in their meeting next month.
The Nikkei recorded a weekly decrease of 1% after rising for 3 weeks. Among the 225 stocks listed on the Nikkei index, 134 rose, compared to 83 decreased, and 8 remained stable. Industrial stocks recorded the best performance, followed by basic materials and technology stocks, while energy stocks were the biggest loser after the drop in crude oil prices last night.
Chinese stocks closed lower despite the measures taken by the government to revive economic growth. In the context of the Sino-American crisis, the United States suspended 26 flights that were en route to China in response to the Chinese government’s decision to suspend some flights of American airlines due to Covid-19 injuries. The “Shanghai Composite” index closed down by 0.31% to 3236 points, recording a weekly loss of 0.67%. The “CSI 300” index fell slightly by 0.21% to 4107 points, and the “Shenzhen Composite” decreased by 0.42% to 2146 points.
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Carl Nassib is back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The defensive end, who played for the Bucs between 2018 and 2019 and most recently played for the Las Vegas Raiders, has signed a one-year contract in Tampa. This is reported by “ESPN”. In June 2021, the 29-year-old was the first active NFL player to admit his homosexuality and received a lot of encouragement for it. After getting less and less game time with the Raiders in the preseason, Nassib became a free agent in the offseason. After a long search for a new team, the return to the Buccaneers follows.
Gold futures prices continued their decline for the second day in a row, with US bond yields rising amid expectations of an increase in US interest rates.
The dollar value index fell against other major currencies, which rose 106.94 points, to 106.32 points, before rising to 106.56 points at the close of trading.
And gold ended its trading with a decline of 48.40 dollars, or 0.5%, to 1789.70 dollars an ounce for delivery next December.
Silver also declined by $0.187 to $20.085 an ounce for September delivery, while the copper price rose by $0.0070 to $3.6245 per pound for September delivery.
In terms of economic news, data of the US Federal Reserve (Central Bank) showed an increase in factory output last month by 0.7%, after declining by 0.4% during last June.
At the same time, the industrial output as a whole, which also includes the output of the mining and utilities sectors, increased by 0.6% during the last month.
The median forecast of analysts, polled by Bloomberg News, was for factory output and industrial output as a whole to grow by 0.3% each.
The data of the US Department of Commerce also showed that the number of new housing projects decreased by 9.6% during the past month to the equivalent of 1.446 million units annually, compared to the previous month, which recorded a decline of 2.4% to the equivalent of 1.559 million units annually, according to the revised data. Analysts had expected The number decreased by 1.2% during the last month, to the equivalent of 1.5401 million units annually.