Although we saw slight increases in risky assets after the Fed, these increases did not last long, with the increase in the rhetoric about recession. Yesterday, the US stock markets closed with a sharp decline. With the NYSE closing, the Dow Jones fell 2.42 percent, the S&P500 fell 3.52 percent and the Nasdaq lost 4.08 percent. Continuing its upward mobility, the dollar index is trading at 104 levels.
Although Bitcoin, which is in correlation with global markets, has slightly increased in parallel with the US futures today, news flows that will support the negative outlook in cryptocurrencies continue. In particular, the fact that miners transfer a significant amount of Bitcoin to exchanges is an important factor that suppresses the price for the market in general. While the fear and greed index was at 7 levels yesterday, we see that the index has increased towards 9 today. The total market capitalization remains flat at $880 billion.