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Bitcoin Recovers to $58,000, Starting New Week with a Bang

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Mon, 29/11/2021 - 6:07
Bitcoin Recovers to $58,000, Starting New Week with a Bang
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Bitcoin has managed to pull off an impressive comeback, recovering to the $58,000 level earlier today. 

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The largest cryptocurrency has given up some of its gains, and it’s currently flatlining at $57,361.

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On Nov. 26, the crypto king plunged more than 9% amid concerns that the pandemic may worsen due to the new Omicron variant.

On Sunday, however, Bitcoin soared over 7%, putting the bulls back in the driver’s seat and invalidating bearish scenarios.

The bellwether crypto would need to gain another 6% in order to avoid printing a red monthly candle this November.

Bitcoin is also -17.03% away from reclaiming its all-time high of $69,044 that was reached on Nov. 10.

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An across-the-board relief rally

The largest cryptocurrency has bounced back together with other major markets. U.S. stock futures are currently in rally mode, with the S&P 500 index being on track to add 0.69%.

Oil has also staged a recovery after the WTI price recorded the biggest one-day drop since it went negative in April 2020.

Spot gold shed $10 at open, but then bulls managed to gain some ground.

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