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Bitcoin dropped below $40,000 on Monday (CoinDesk)
After Bitcoin’s Weak Start to the Year, Analysts Now Predict Price Increase
One analyst sees stubbornly high inflation numbers coupled with a continuation of negative real interest rates as key market catalysts.
Bitcoin dropped below $40,000 on Monday (CoinDesk)

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US Inflation Rose to Nearly Four-Decade High of 7% in December
The consumer price index is closely watched by bitcoin investors who view the cryptocurrency as a hedge against inflation.
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Traders Will Be Watching if December CPI Confirms Inflation at 4-Decade High
Tighter Fed monetary policy could put more downward pressure on risky assets from stocks to cryptocurrencies.
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Consumer Price Index Report (CPI report) data shows fast rise in inflation. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
US Inflation Jumps to 39-Year High of 6.8% in November; Bitcoin Falls
Prices for bitcoin, seen by a growing number of investors as a hedge against inflation, jumped 2% after the CPI report from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Consumer Price Index Report (CPI report) data shows fast rise in inflation. (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Inflation worries are front and center from cryptocurrencies to traditional markets. (Art Institute of Chicago, modified by CoinDesk)
US Inflation’s 3-Decade-High Surge Provides Tailwind for Bitcoin
The Labor Department’s Consumer Price Index is closely tracked by bitcoin traders because the cryptocurrency is seen by some investors as a hedge against inflation.
Inflation worries are front and center from cryptocurrencies to traditional markets. (Art Institute of Chicago, modified by CoinDesk)

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US July Consumer Price Index Rose Slightly Faster Than Expected
A year-over-year gain of 5.4% may reflect an economy that’s still suffering from supply shortages while keeping up with increasing demand.
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