Bitcoin back over $10,000
The cryptocurrency market was seen higher overall over the past 24 hours, as the majority of cryptos were in the green. At the time of writing, Bitcoin was up more than 6%, once-again climbing above the $10,000 mark. While Bitcoin led the top 10, other cryptos also showed noticeable gains, including Binance Coin and Bitcoin Cash, which rose more than 4% each.
Today’s highlights: Johnson says Brexit will happen on time
- Johnson doesn’t want Brexit delay: British PM Boris Johnson yesterday said that his country should not delay its divorce from the EU any further, urging members of Parliament not to vote against a no-deal Brexit. According to Johnson, a deal could still happen with the EU, however, he said that any further delays would be “pointless”.
- Wall Street to reopen after long weekend: US markets were closed yesterday due to the Labor Day holiday. Today, markets will open for September’s first trading day, backdropped with the ongoing US-China trade war and continuing fears of a global economic slowdown.
- RBA leaves rates unchanged: The Reserve Bank of Australia announced its rate decision overnight, keeping its cash rate as 1%, as was widely expected by analysts.
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