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EOS Falls 10% In Bearish Trade

Investing.com – Monday’s Investing.com Index Index was at $2.0358 (05:59 GMT), down 10.28%. This was the biggest percentage drop in one day since January 24,

EOS’s market capital fell to $2.0074B or 0.3% of its total market cap. EOS’s maximum market cap stood at $17.5290B.

EOS trades in an area of between $2.0349 – $2.2735 over the last twenty-four hours.

EOS lost 28.58% over the last seven days. EOS volume was traded at $507.9009M in twenty-four hour period. This is 0.56% less than the overall volume all cryptocurrency. The EOS traded within a range between $2.0144 to $1.9349 over the past seven days.

EOS’s current price is 91.14% below its April 29th, 2018 high of $22.98.

Other cryptocurrency trading

The Investing.com Index last saw the price of $33,287.2, a drop of 7.33%.

According to the Investing.com Index Index, it was $2,215.53 at that time, a decline of 12.59%.

Bitcoin’s last market capital was $635.2024B, or 41.65% of total cryptocurrency market caps. Ethereum’s total market capital was $267.1311B (or 17.51%) 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.