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How The Bitcoin Market Reacted To Federal Reserve Feedback On Ongoing Inflation

12/02/2021

The bitcoin market reacted to feedback by Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell concerning the rising danger of persistently excessive inflation.

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Within the Every day Dive #102, we highlighted the rising DXY (U.S. Greenback Forex Index) in 2021 and the destructive affect it will probably have on bitcoin’s worth. Right this moment, with Federal Reserve Board Chair, Jerome Powell, speaking concerning the rising danger of persistently excessive inflation in the US and a possible accelerated taper, DXY, SPX and bitcoin markets instantly reacted. The DXY jumped over 1% with each the S&P 500 Index and bitcoin falling in tandem.

The $DXY and $SPX react to Powell’s feedback relating to inflation and tapering.
The bitcoin market fell following Powell’s feedback.

Over the previous couple of days, we’re seeing rising and elevated market volatility as properly with the VIX spiking over 54% final Friday, which is the fourth largest one-day proportion enhance in its historical past. This can be a cautious signal for buyers to count on volatility within the close to time period.

$VIX noticed one in every of its largest will increase in historical past.
Supply: Charlie Bilello, Compound

The Federal Reserve’s place is an extremely troublesome one: the selection between saving the bond market or sustaining the U.S. economic system. An accelerated taper brings us nearer to rate of interest hikes that are the one method to assist fixed-income buyers saddled with actual destructive yielding U.S. debt, as inflation runs sizzling over 6%.

Then again, expectations of accelerated tapering with plans for rate of interest hikes will drive down asset costs as additional liquidity within the system winds down and the price of capital will increase, negatively affecting present fairness valuations. The SPX fell 1% in quarter-hour on yesterday’s announcement.