Markets Weekly: Slow Week for Bitcoin Price as 'Grexit' Looms

Markets Weekly: Slow Week for Bitcoin Price as 'Grexit' Looms

The bitcoin price stayed relatively flat over the last week, trading around the $225 mark. The digital currency opened on 2nd February at $226.40 and closed seven days later at $222.87, showing a loss of 1.56% over the period, according to the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index. Price movement appeared to be muted in the absence of major announcements or events. The first days of the week showed the most action. On 2nd February, the price climbed $16 to hit a high of $242. This was followed by the week's biggest intra-day swing the following day, when the price plunged $22 from a high of....


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