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NewsBTC 2022-08-17 22:50:29

Bitcoin May Hit $10K As Price Slides Pre-FOMC Meeting

A pricing analysis of bitcoin reveals that buyers are at a disadvantage. Price increased after a weaker opening and tested the session high of $24,448.40. However, it swiftly reversed course and tested the pivotal 21-day exponential moving average, where it is currently resting. The market action right now suggests that the bulls are running out of steam close to the higher levels and that the bears are clearing the way for more correction. The largest cryptocurrency’s 24-hour trading volume is $30,603,898,759, up more than 7%. BTC/USD, however, is currently reading at $23,422.79, a 1.85% daily decline. BTC/USD trades at $23k. Source: TradingView The longer the price remains below this level, the more powerful the selling pressure will be as BTC slips below the crucial support level of $23,500. FOMC Meeting Crushes Bitcoin Price Data from TradingView showed that BTC/USD fell by more than 2% every day and reached $23,325. Hours before the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) was scheduled to release minutes from its most recent meeting, the pair, which had already started to exhibit indications of weakness, fell further as trading in US stocks got underway. Despite not having a rate decision, the meeting was timed to reveal the Fed’s perspective on the upcoming rate adjustment scheduled in September. Michaël van de Poppe summarized in his latest Twitter update: “The important event tonight with the FOMC minutes, th...

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