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CDCROP: The Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C.. (Helene Braun/CoinDesk)
Bitcoin Jumps Briefly After Fed Minutes Show Officials Favor Slower Rate Hikes
The majority of Federal Reserve officials thought slower rate hikes would be appropriate soon. It is still unclear how high the terminal rate will be.
CDCROP: The Federal Reserve building in Washington, D.C.. (Helene Braun/CoinDesk)

Bitcoin's price chart shows a price jump ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes on Wednesday. (CoinDesk)
Bitcoin Clings to $16K Ahead of Fed Minutes
Bitcoin was steady, around $16,300, as traders anticipated the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes later Wednesday.
Bitcoin's price chart shows a price jump ahead of the release of the Federal Reserve meeting minutes on Wednesday. (CoinDesk)

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The State of Play in Fed Commentary and the Crypto Contagion
The Federal Reserve is throwing cold water on the two-week market rally.
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CDCROP: Federal Reserve Bank (Shutterstock)
Are Your Bitcoin Trades Losing on Fed Day? Just Wait Till Tomorrow
BTC’s price has reversed direction on five of the six days following the Federal Reserve’s interest rate announcements.
CDCROP: Federal Reserve Bank (Shutterstock)

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Bitcoin Gains 10% After Report Showed US Consumer Prices Rose Slower Than Expected in October
Taking a break from the panicky action this week, bitcoin rose following the sizable slowdown in inflation.
CDCROP: Rising Food Cost (Getty Images)

CDCROP: Inflation (Getty Images)
Inflation Expected to Tick Down in Latest CPI Report
Analysts reporting to FactSet estimate the CPI will drop to 8%, but whether the decline is enough to encourage the Federal Reserve to ratchet back its monetary hawkishness remains unclear.
CDCROP: Inflation (Getty Images)

The U.S. Capitol Building (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)
Here’s What Crypto Traders Expect From the Midterms
Republicans are increasingly confident they will take control of the U.S. Congress and it could be bullish for crypto, according to some analysts and traders.
The U.S. Capitol Building (Nikhilesh De/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: AI Artwork Bitcoin Markets Indices (DALL-E, CoinDesk)
Bitcoin (Magic Internet Money!) Again Proves Less Volatile Than Stocks
The Federal Reserve stirred up markets last week, but bitcoin was less reactive than plain old stocks.
CDCROP: AI Artwork Bitcoin Markets Indices (DALL-E, CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Money Reimagined Illustration - 11/4/22 (Rachel Sun/CoinDesk)
At Stake in the US Midterms: The Future of Money
With some seminal regulatory legislation up for consideration, the makeup of Congress in 2023 matters not only to crypto natives but to everyone.
CDCROP: Money Reimagined Illustration - 11/4/22 (Rachel Sun/CoinDesk)

CDCROP: Climate Activists Call On Federal Reserve And Citigroup To Divest From Fossil Fuels (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
CBDCs Could Reduce FX Transaction Speeds to 10 Seconds, NY Fed Says
The New York Fed simulated foreign exchange transactions using a distributed ledger to test for improvements over the current system.
CDCROP: Climate Activists Call On Federal Reserve And Citigroup To Divest From Fossil Fuels (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)