Bitcoin is testing its highest levels since August 31 ahead of the FOMC decision
Today, we're seeing a general recovery in the cryptocurrency market. Interestingly, there aren't major changes happening in the foreign exchange market, especially with the dollar. In recent times, we've noticed that Bitcoin's performance is often linked to other assets like Wall Street indices or gold. Even though US100 contracts are having a weaker day today, Bitcoin is on the rise, which is also in line with an increase in gold prices. This could be due to the upcoming Federal Reserve meeting that might signal the end of interest rate increases. In the past, Bitcoin has benefited from a weaker dollar, which was partly due to reduced expectations of a rate hike. If the Federal Reserve adopts a cautious approach now, Bitcoin might break through the 28,000 mark and attempt to reach 30,000 USD. After that, the next target would be 32,000 USD, which is the highest level since May 2022.