Feb 26, 2022
U.S. equity futures plunged lower Friday, following Thursday's sharp reversal as investors continued to take a risk-off stance related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The European Union, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and Taiwan all hit Moscow with new sanctions on Friday, condemning the military incursion that has unfolded over the past 24 hours.
Kimbal Musk sold 88,500 shares one day before the Tesla CEO tweeted about the potential sales of his own.
Cryptocurrencies suffered the same fate as stocks following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, countering some supporters' claims that the bitcoin in particular is a safe haven in times of volatility.
The country is recording an average of about 76,000 new cases per day, a roughly 66 percent drop from two weeks ago.