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The cryptocurrency market finished yet another week on a low note Friday, with most major cryptocurrencies trading down more than 8 percent on the day. Here’s a look at some of the headlines that were moving the cryptocurrency market today — and which currencies were on the move.

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) recently partnered with Marriott International Inc. (NYSE: MAR) to expand the presence of Amazon's Echo in the latter's hotel rooms by coming summer.

It's hard for young Americans to leave the security of their childhood home and find their way in the real world. It's even harder when identity thieves have stolen their identity and ruined their credit before they even have a chance to establish their own record.

Are you getting the best deal on your credit cards? If you regularly carry a balance, a new survey from CreditCards.com suggests there's almost a 50/50 chance you don't know how good your deal is — because you aren't sure what the annual percentage rate (APR) is on your cards.

The US dollar is mixed against major pairs. Safe havens like the Swiss franc, Japanese yen and the euro have gained against the greenback, while the Canadian and New Zealand dollars along with the pound are lower.

Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) traded 12 percent lower on Friday morning, after beating Wall Street earnings estimates but missing on guidance.

Lockheed Martin Corp.'s (NYSE: LMT) Missile and Fire Control business division recently won a $364.6 million contract for Army Tactical Guided Missile and Launching Assembly Service Life Extension program. The deal was awarded under the domestic and foreign military sales program.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 119 points higher on Friday at 24,580, putting an end to what threatened to be the index’s longest losing streak in 40 years.

What Happened

The last positive day for the Dow was June 11, nine days ago. The index had fallen as much as 3.3 percent from that day's closing level of 25,322.

Booking Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: BKNG) was hit with a downgrade Friday, as one sell-side analyst said the company is playing from behind in some of the online travel space's key growth areas. 

This was a huge week for the marijuana industry: Canada became the second country in the world to legalize cannabis for recreational uses.