Flash crash shakes gold markets as Bitcoin remains strong
Gold prices fell during Monday morning’s Asian trading session, adding to losses accumulated over the past week.
On Monday, gold prices quickly fell to their lowest level since March when a flash crash drove prices below $ 1,700 an ounce.
BTC price in ounces of gold: Highcharts.com
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