|Day's range||0.435 - 0.445|
|52-week range||0.1275 - 3.2900|
|Volume (24 hrs)||25.81M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||246.98M|
It’s a day of red for the majors as investors continue to lock in profits from the early part of the week, with the weekend coming just in time.
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The majors hold on in the early hours following the weekend recovery, with resistance levels in play today as the investors look to break free from the bearish sentiment that has pinned the majors down of late.
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It’s another slow day for Bitcoin, though investors will be looking for a sign of another weekend rally to ease some of the pain from the previous week.
It’s been a positive start to the day, though whether the majors can hold on remains to be seen, with the extended bearish trend continuing to pin back the majors. The news wires have influenced and could do so again, requiring some caution.
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The majors were the beneficiary of some favourable news from the South Korean government on Saturday, with the moves through the early part of today to decide whether a bearish trend reversal is about to kick in.
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The majors consolidated Friday’s gains on Saturday, but the sea of red returned in the early hours of the day to test investor resolve ahead of Monday, the majors needing to reverse the morning’s gains to go into the week on a high note.
Bitcoin in positive territory early, though another range bound start to the day could spell trouble again, as investors remain wary of another sell-off, the broader market having seen a number through the week.
After yet another broad based market sell-off, it’s a choppy start to the day, with the majors striking new swing lo levels in the early hours. Moves through the day will dictate what lies ahead for the weekend.
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It’s a Bitcoin bloodbath as the bears grab the cryptos by the horns through the morning. Few will be looking for an opportunistic buy in until the sell-off abates, with sub-$6,000 levels now looking all the possible.
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Bitcoin sees another day of minor moves, the lack of direction leaving Bitcoin exposed to a possible reversal later in the week, though the Bitcoin Bulls may see the stabilization from last week’s losses as an opportunity to jump in.
Back in the red for the majors in the early hours as investors lock in profits from the early part of the week, a recovery through the day ahead needed to avoid a more material sell-off through the second half of the week.
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