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Crypto mining giant Marathon Digital Holdings Inc. had its best weekly gain since February 2021, leading a rally in digital-asset shares as the crypto market enjoyed a respite from recent steep declines. The stock’s gains, while impressive, were nowhere near enough to erase losses incurred this year.
Marathon surged 54% in a holiday-shortened week to close at $8.51 in Nasdaq trading, with Bitcoin on track for its biggest weekly gain since March. Other top public miners also rose: Riot Blockchain and Core Scientific each advanced more than 30%. Even after the gains, Marathon is down almost 75% so far in 2022, while the broader NYSE FactSet Global Blockchain Technologies Index is down 65%, reflecting a tumble in cryptocurrencies that wiped out some $2 trillion in market value since last fall.


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