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The stage looks set for a further drop to below $9,000, albeit after a minor bounce.
The new listing makes inverse trackers widely accessible to European retail investors.
Crossing below the $9,000 price level is a new low for February 2020. Bitcoin has not traded below the $9,000 threshold since January 27, when it began a march to new highs in the $10,500 range.
Bitcoin has formed a bearish head-and-shoulders pattern with neckline support at $9,400.
As U.S. stocks tumbled on Monday by the most in six months amid renewed coronavirus fears, bitcoin barely budged - at least in terms of the notoriously volatile cryptocurrency’s trading history.