|Day's range||10,892.63 - 11,394.77|
|52-week range||4,230.79 - 12,073.53|
|Volume (24 hrs)||12.21M|
|Volume (24 hrs) all currencies||5.83B|
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The SEC on Monday delayed its ruling on a proposed bitcoin ETF (exchange-traded fund) from the investment firm VanEck.
It’s been quite a week for the majors and the bulls will be looking to end it on a high to see momentum continue into next week…
It’s down but not out for the crypto bulls. While double-digit losses have eaten into the weekly gains, it’s going to be about the 2nd half of the day.
Buying sentiment towards the Dollar took a hit on Wednesday afternoon after US retail sales unexpectedly declined in April for the second time in three months.
Payment network Flexa has an app called Spedn that lets you use cryptocurrency to shop at stores. Flexa co-founder and CEO Tyler Spalding talked to Yahoo Finance’s On the Move about the app.
Over the last 5 days, the price of Bitcoin has soared by 31% or $2,000. At the time of writing, the benchmark cryptocurrency trying to catch on above $8,200.
The bitcoin price is going ballistic, the coin is up more than 13% today and heading toward $10,000 on a rocket.
Bitcoin bulls shifted into higher gear over the weekend , as prices surged to above $7550, levels not seen since August 2018.
Monero’s XMR is on the move early. Holding on to the gains may prove to be a challenge, however, if sentiment across the market doesn’t improve.
Bitcoin continues to develop the offensive, closely approaching the important level of $6000. This is both an important psychological level and an area from which the first cryptocurrency began to collapse in November last year.
CBS, Facebook, Sinclair Broadcasting Company, Disney, Apple, Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon are the companies to watch.
The crude oil markets went back and forth during the trading session again on Wednesday, as we continue to see a lot of noise overall. What is more concerning though is the fact that we formed such a horrible weekly candle stick last week.
Bitcoin is looking to buck the broader market trend again this morning. A number of the majors are tracking, however, following some heavy losses this week.
Hopes for steady Bitcoin growth towards $6000 were replaced by disappointment after market participants faced with the return of speculative pressure. On Thursday night, the BTC sharply declined by more than 8% to $4950 in just a few hours. The likelihood of this dynamic was clearly indicated by the RSI bearish divergence.
Monera’s XRM looks to buck the bearish trend for a 2nd consecutive day. Some support is going to be needed for a breakout, however…