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Analysis of Prices on 6/12: SPX, DXY, BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, SOL, MATIC

Analysis of Prices on 6/12: SPX, DXY, BTC, ETH, BNB, XRP, ADA, DOGE, SOL, MATIC

Market observers are closely watching the United States CPI data and the Fed’s policy decision to provide direction to the stock and crypto markets. The all-important United States Consumer Price Index report on June 13 will be followed up by the Federal Reserve’s policy decision on June 14. Bitcoin whales are using the recent sell-off as an opportunity to increase their holdings.

– The United States CPI data and the Fed’s policy decision will provide direction to the stock and crypto markets.

– Bitcoin whales accumulated 57,578 Bitcoin since April 9, even as Bitcoin’s price fell by roughly 10% during the period.

– Traders may remain cautious as market volatility is likely to pick up over the next few days.

– The S&P 500 Index reached the overhead resistance at 4,325 on June 9.

– The U.S. Dollar Index skidded back below the 20-day exponential moving average (EMA) of 103 on June 8.

– The bulls have managed to sustain Bitcoin above the important support of $25,250 for the past few days.

– Ether tried to start a recovery on June 11, but the shallow bounce suggests that the bears are selling on every minor rally.

– BNB’s price fell from $305 on June 5 to $220 on June 12, a 27% fall within a few days.

– XRP has been a relative outperformer in the past few days, as the bulls have managed to sustain the price above the moving averages.

– Cardano succumbed to intense selling pressure after breaking down from the ascending channel pattern on June 5.

– The bears pulled Dogecoin below $0.06 on June 10, but the bulls purchased this drop and the price recovered to close above the support.

– Solana slipped below the strong support of $15.28 on June 10, but the long tail on the candlestick shows aggressive buying at lower levels.

– Polygon plummeted below the vital support of $0.69 on June 10, indicating that bears are in firm control.