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AUD/USD battles 0.7700 amid covid, stimulus woes-led risk-aversion

AUD/USD holds the lower ground, testing the 0.7700 level amid broad risk-aversion that has triggered a bounce in the safe-haven US dollar. Uncertainty over the US stimulus, worries over new covid strain and lockdowns weigh on the risk appetite. 

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GBP/USD pressured towards 1.3650 amid risk-off, ahead of UK jobs

GBP/USD remains depressed, heading towards 1.3650. The cable responds to the fresh risk-off mood after flashing a two-day losing streak. UK virus data suggests an improvement in covid conditions, Health Secretary Matt Hancock gives credits to activity restriction measures.

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ETH eyes $3,000 as network activity explodes and scarcity grows

Ethereum has finally hit a clear new all-time high across all exchanges, and it’s currently under a healthy consolidation period. Over the past week, Ethereum’s dominance over the market increased from 13% to 17%, while Bitcoin lost close to five percentage points. 

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Ripple is South Korea’s most popular cryptocurrency, but price stays pressured

XRP/USD bounces off intraday low of 0.2647, stays below 21-day SMA for fifth day. As per the latest report from Messari, Bitcoin and Ripple are the most popular cryptocurrencies in South Korea. The research relies on the data from Bithumb, Corbit and Coinone for the fiscal year 2019.

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XLM Price Forecast: Stellar primed for a 10% short-term upswing amid massive network expansion

Stellar had tremendous success in 2021, reaching a high of $0.411 after a massive 230% price explosion. The digital asset has outperformed several other coins, including Bitcoin, and could be poised to rise even higher amid positive metrics shown by the Stellar Development Foundation (SDF).

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