Correlation of bitcoin with the S&P 500 index has declined

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — A recent report by Arcane Research said that the correlation rate of the first cryptocurrency with the stock market fell markedly.

Experts note that the panic due to the spread of coronavirus and a sudden supply shock led to uncertainty in the financial markets.

Because of this, world indices plummeted. Bitcoin, which is still perceived by most as a risky asset, was no exception. As a result, the correlation of “digital gold” with the S&P 500 index reached the highest rate in history – 0.584.

“However, the price dynamics of recent days may indicate a reversal of this trend,” – say experts of the Norwegian company.

According to the latest company data, the correlation coefficient of BTC with the “barometer of the American economy” is now at around 0.48. The chart below shows how bitcoin is recovering much more confidently than the S&P 500, EURONEXT, FTSE and MOEX indices.

By the way, in relation to the peak marks, the S&P 500 has already fallen by 32%. The collapse of the shares of American companies is much faster than during the last world economic crisis in 2007-2008 or against the backdrop of the collapse of the “dotcom bubble”.

Nevertheless, the cryptocurrency “fear index” is still at extremely low levels, which indicates a low degree of investor confidence.

Against the backdrop of general turbulence, trading volumes on cryptocurrency exchanges rose to the levels of July 2019.

The volatility index almost reached 9%. According to analysts, “this is a lot even for bitcoin”.

Based on Glassnode data , experts note an increase in bitcoin purchases by long-term investors.

Recall that on March 19, the price of bitcoin rose above $ 6,000 after falling to around $ 5,000.

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