Crypto Markets Bounce in Respite From FTX-Binance Deal Rout (BTC, ETH, FTT) – Bloomberg

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Cryptocurrencies stabilized after Wednesday’s plunge, regaining some of the losses fueled by Binance Holding Ltd.’s withdrawal of its offer to buy
Bitcoin rose as much as 14% to around $17,904, paring declines as data on Thursday showed US inflation cooled in October by more than forecast. The largest token by market value had already clawed back some of those losses before CPI data came out. It had dropped as low as $15,574 on Wednesday, to a level unseen since November 2020.


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