After the emergence of positive news that G20 will not fight with cryptocurrencies...


For the last three trading sessions, Bitcoin is trading quite stably - given 30% decline over the past two weeks.

On Friday, global stock markets were able to show restrained growth amid some positive change in the global market sentiment.

Asian markets struggled for direction on Monday, with most traders opting for a moderate position ahead of the Federal Reserve's two-day policy meeting this week.

The dollar was heading north in pre-trading US session hours on Monday, with all attention shifting to the next monetary policy meeting of the Federal Reserve scheduled this week.

Major Wall-Street indices opened higher on Friday, amid the growth in the technological and medical sectors and positive data on the US economy.

By the end of the week, the situation in global markets has stabilized somewhat.

Asian equities were mostly lower on Friday, with political concerns over the Trump administration weighing on global market sentiment.

If you are not the kind of trader that will rely on trading algorithms and robots, then you are probably going to be pretty much on your own. And believe me, there is nothing wrong with that.

On Thursday, the main US stock indexes opened in the green, but immediately fell under pressure and headed into negative territory amid the release of conflicting data and the strengthening of the US currency. Looks like starting new Wall-Street session will be contradictory and mixed today.