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Bitcoin holds steady above $23,000 Friday. (Unsplash)
Bitcoin Holds Steady Above $23K as Traders Eye Fed’s Next Meeting
Bitcoin and ether have outperformed equities this year. The FOMC’s decision on interest rates looms large over markets.
Bitcoin holds steady above $23,000 Friday. (Unsplash)

Bitcoin price chart on Thursday afternoon. (CoinDesk)
Bitcoin Holds Steady Near $21K Even as Equities Slide
Bitcoin was hovering near $21,100 Thursday in afternoon trading. Investors have priced in Genesis’ looming bankruptcy filing and the crypto industry’s other recent travails, one analyst said.
Bitcoin price chart on Thursday afternoon. (CoinDesk)

Bitcoin's price chart shows a price jump ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes on Wednesday. (CoinDesk)
Bitcoin Clings to $16K Ahead of Fed Minutes
Bitcoin was steady, around $16,300, as traders anticipated the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes later Wednesday.
Bitcoin's price chart shows a price jump ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes on Wednesday. (CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Trader Watches as Financial Markets Drop (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Bitcoin, Crypto-Linked Equities Resume Falling Despite Binance/FTX Deal
Questions about the solvency of FTX were picking up speed on Tuesday morning until Binance announced a non-binding LOI to acquire the crypto exchange.
CDCROP: Trader Watches as Financial Markets Drop (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

CDCROP: Shopping trolley The latest inflation data is due on Thursday morning (Kinga Krzeminska/Getty Images)
US Consumer Price Index for September Could Provide Push for Bitcoin to Break Out of Its Recent Range
The world’s largest cryptocurrency has been trading in a range between $18,000-$22,400 since the start of September.
CDCROP: Shopping trolley The latest inflation data is due on Thursday morning (Kinga Krzeminska/Getty Images)

It was shrinking, but now it's back: Bitcoin's correlation with equity prices has returned. (Nicholas Cappello/Unsplash)
Bitcoin's Correlation With Stocks Comes Back as Economic Factors Roil Markets
The largest cryptocurrency and stocks are almost trading in tandem again – as risky asset markets move in response to fresh developments in the economy and international affairs.
It was shrinking, but now it's back: Bitcoin's correlation with equity prices has returned. (Nicholas Cappello/Unsplash)

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Market Rout Prompts Analyst to Slash Bitcoin Miners’ Price Targets by Average of 65%
BTIG’s analyst remains positive on the longer-term outlook for the miners, however, and is sticking with his buy ratings for the stocks.
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Archegos Capital management owner Bill Hwang was arrested for fraud and conspiracy. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Wall Street’s Latest ‘Market Manipulation’ Scandal Should Be a Wake-Up Call for Crypto
Archegos levered a small basket of equities to the moon before it imploded - and took big stocks down with it. Similarly overlooked risks in crypto could leave traders holding the bag.
Archegos Capital management owner Bill Hwang was arrested for fraud and conspiracy. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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Market Wrap: Cryptocurrencies Decline With Equities, Traders Remain Cautious
Bitcoin's spot trading volume is at its lowest level in six months.
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MSCI Warns of ‘Creeping’ Crypto Exposure in Equity Markets
Fifty-two companies with crypto exposure combine for a total market capitalization of $7.1 trillion.
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