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Bitcoin falls back into the $19,000 range

The bitcoin price fell 0.44% today (September 28) to $19,014.0. Bitcoin’s move into negative territory this morning came after the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 125 points Tuesday (Sept. 27) after initially rising more than 300 points in volatile trading.…

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Bitcoin bounces above $20,000 for the first time in a week

Bitcoin surpassed $20,000 on Tuesday for the first time in about a week. Cryptocurrencies have fluctuated along with other risky assets since central banks began raising interest rates. Bitcoin rose by 6.67% to $20,130.85. Ethereum rose 6.30% to a weekly…

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Bitcoin falls back to $19,000, further downturn expected

Bitcoin fell below $19,000 yesterday before slowly recovering amid concerns over future Federal Reserve (Fed) rate hikes. Bitcoin fell 0.90% this morning to $19,203.41. Bitcoin surpassed $69,000 in November 2021, which was the highest level in history, before collapsing below…

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Bitcoin fell more than 2% and hovered around $18,000

Today (September 22), the bitcoin price fell 2.70% to $18,434.80. Bitcoin moved in negative territory this morning after the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 522 points on Wednesday (September 21) as investors worried about the latest round of rate hikes…

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Bitcoin falls below $19,000 ahead of Fed rate decision

Bitcoin fell below $19,000 amid concerns about the Federal Reserve (Fed) rate hike. Bitcoin fell 3.52% to $18,904.39. The Dow fell more than 300 points as investors feared the Fed’s accelerated rate hike could plunge the economy into recession. CME…

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Bitcoin falls below $20,000 on Friday

The bitcoin price fell below $20,000 amid concerns about a large interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve (Fed) at its monetary policy meeting next week. The bitcoin price fell 1.12% to $19,934.65. The Dow fell more than 400 points…

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