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Gold Falls Despite Coronavirus Fears, but Projected to Lift

Gold Falls Despite Coronavirus Fears, but Projected to Lift

Gold prices fell by 0.60 dollars by 0.04% on Monday, closing at $1,580.8 in London. Futures in the United States also inched down by 0.08% to $1,581.4 per ounce from lower trading volumes than usual in celebration of an American holiday. The safe haven commodity traded a two-week high on Friday at around $1,584.65, which …

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As Coronavirus Spreads, Investors Push Bitcoin to $10,335

Investors are reaching to the top cryptocurrency by market value as a safe haven amid economic fears over the coronavirus. Bitcoin just bounced back to trade at $10,335 after rising above the five-digit mark earlier in the week. The cryptocurrency’s been highly volatile these days, but it remains below its all-time high in 2017. Bitcoin …

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Bitcoin Breaks $10,000 After Three Months Down Low

Bitcoin Breaks $10,000 After Three Months Down Low

Indeed, Bitcoin (BTC) just reached five digits. The top cryptocurrency just crossed $10,000 to print a high of $10,176 in early hours, the highest since October. Fundamental investment activity is backing the breakout, said the partner at Adaptive Capital Willy Woo. The figure appears sustainable with the improvement on on-chain fundamentals. The surge increased the …

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