EUR/USD has kicked off the week below 1.1100, close to its closing levels on Friday. Fears of US tariffs against the EU and the fallout from the attack on Saudi oil installations weighs.
GBP/USD is trading below 1.2500, off the highs. UK PM Johnson will meet EC Commission President Juncker to discuss Brexit amid reports of progress. Tensions in the Middle-East and uncertainty ahead of the Fed impact markets.
Bitcoin price has been lethargic in its trading since Friday last week. At attempt to stay above $10,400 resistance was met with rising selling pressure. Bitcoin also tested $10,600 before sliding back in the range between $10,200 and $10,400.
Litecoin is among the weekend biggest gainers alongside Ethereum and Bitcoin Cash. The altcoins are said to be fighting to find their path away from Bitcoin. The largest cryptoasset is hovering above $10,300 as discussed in an earlier published analysis.
Bitcoin and all major altcoins have been range-bound with a bullish bias. The total market capitalization stays edged towards to $267 billion, average daily trading settled at $44 billion, while Bitcoin's market dominance retreated below $70.0% to 69.4%.