The U.S. dollar began the week positively after edging slightly higher against its major peers on Monday in the wake of strong economic growth data in the United States on Friday.
On Friday, on correctional pullback of the European currency, world stock markets returned to growth.
The price of Bitcoin continued to be volatile on Monday as the digital currency lost about 500 U.S. dollars to give up most of the gains it had made over the weekend.
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The British pound climbed against the U.S. dollar on Friday to recover some of the losses it had yesterday and trade near the highest level in about one and half year.
It was a dramatic week, volatile and interesting. One of the few and rare weeks in the market, when it was easier to make money than to lose.
On Thursday, European stock markets continued a downward trend, amid a strengthening euro and expectations of a press conference by the head of the European regulator.
The bitcoin price dropped to the lowest level in two days on Friday as the virtual currency grappled to maintain its upward momentum, without a steady success.