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Litecoin Climbs 10% In Bullish Trade -Breaking

Bullish Trade Sees Litecoin climb 10% – The Index rose 10.06% to $228.600 at 10:05 GMT on Thursday. This was the biggest percentage gain in one day since November 9.

This upwards movement saw Litecoin reach $15.708B or 0.59% in total market capitalization. Litecoin had a market capital of $25.609B at its peak.

Litecoin trades in a range between $210.700 and £229.600 over the last twenty-four hour.

Litecoin’s value has increased by 6.19% over the last seven days. In the 24 hour period ending at the time of writing, Litecoin’s volume traded was $2.190B. This is 1.52% more than the overall volume all cryptocurrencies. The last seven days have seen it trade in an area of $199.8000 to $253.1000.

Litecoin’s current price is 45.57% below its December 12th 2017 high of $420.00

Other cryptocurrency trading

The Index last saw the price of $58,898.1, an increase of 4.92%.

The Index Index saw a 6.84% gain, with the stock trading at $4492.76

Bitcoin’s last market capital was $1,107.662B, or 41.64%, of total cryptocurrency market caps. Ethereum’s total market capital, $530.586B, or 19.95%, of total cryptocurrency market values.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.