Bitcoin prices surged on Friday, as US stocks rose

Bitcoin prices have surged on the back of strong US economic data.

The price of the cryptocurrency increased by more than 20% on Friday to $8,890.30, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at a record 7,000.

The gains followed a rally earlier in the day when the price of a single bitcoin was up more than 80% to $1,400.

The value of the digital currency had been sliding, though, in recent days.

On Friday, US stocks opened at their highest level in nearly a week.

The S&P 500 index was up about 2.5% while the Nasdaq Composite index of the biggest companies gained about 1%.

Meanwhile, the Dow and Nasdaq indexes were both down slightly on Friday.

On the Nasco index, the benchmark index of U.S. technology companies, the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index dropped by 3.7%.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 0.3% to 26,611.53 and the S&amps 200 index of stocks dropped 0.2% to 2,634.07.

The S&ams index of consumer staples, which includes food, fell 0% to 5,096.59.

The Nasdaq composite lost 0.4% to 4,812.35.

In the tech sector, the Nascentrics data showed a decline of 6.5%, the biggest fall since mid-June.

The Dow’s decline was about 3.6%.

The S &amp.;P 500 Index was up 0.1% to 21,818.08 and the NasDAQ Composite Index was down 0.5%.

On the BATS Nasdaq platform, the S;P was down 2.7%, while the S &amps was up 3.5.

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