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June 8, 2021, 12:00 p.m. EDT

Bitcoin skids to two-week low, but technical analyst says the slump is not a ‘decisive breakdown’ — she’s watching the next two closes

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Bitcoin faces fresh selling pressure Tuesday, dragging the world's No. 1 crypto to lows not seen since late May. However, at least one technical analyst, says that the slump in bitcoin doesn't represent a decisive breakdown until it sees weak closes today and tomorrow. See full story.

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