|Day's range||112.18 - 117.03|
|52-week range||76.61 - 473.21|
|Volume (24 hrs)||2.67M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||22.80M|
Monero’s XMR managed to recover from a start of a day sell-off to move into positive territory before easing back into the red, a choppy day ahead.
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A solid start to the morning sees Monero’s XMR hit Thursday’s high before pulling back, holding on to $115 levels key through the morning.
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Monero’s XMR holds on in the early hours, recovering from a dip to sub-$110 levels, though moves through the day may be hinged on the broader market.
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Monero’s XMR takes an early hit, with profit taking weighing on the broader market early on. Bitcoin and the news wires will need to be watched closely.
Monero’s XMR recovers from early losses, though holding on to $93 levels will be key to avoiding a pullback later in the day, investors quick to hit sell.
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Monero’s XMR takes a hit early, following Thursday’s sell-off as the bearish trend gathers pace ahead of the weekend. It’s not looking good for the bulls.
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Monero’s XMR looks to have hit the wall, with the upward momentum from late Wednesday easing off, which could lead to a reversal later in the morning.
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Monero’s XMR is on the move through the early morning, with momentum from Tuesday’s rally spilling over to the early hours, the crypto bulls eyeing $150 levels to begin a bearish trend reversal.
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It’s been a rough ride at the start of the week, with the majors seeing relatively heavy losses as the market continues to be gripped by the anticipation of unified global rules and regs that could leave investors with little alternatives to evade the system.
Monero’s XMR was back in the red in the early hours, tracking the broader market, with investors needing to shake off Monday’s late sell-off to support a run at major resistance levels later in the day.
Bitcoin renews the local maximums and its current growth happens while trade discrepancies increase. A possible favorable decision of American regulators on Bitcoin ETF becomes the latest news driver and should lead to new money inflows from institutional investors.
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Monero’s XMR is looking to buck the trend, following solid gains last week, but with investors quick to lock in profits, the broader market reversal at the start of the week may ultimately take its toll.