Although inflation falls short of forecasts, one expert caution that Bitcoin is still susceptible to the effects of a risk coin “deflationary panic” in the first quarter of the next year.

BTC price increases as USA inflation declines

BTC reached 18,105 USD on Bitstamp, according to information of Cointelegraph Markets Pro & TradingView, after the CPI release for November dropped in below forecasts.

The “most significant” reading of the year even exceeded economists’ predictions of a decrease of inflation.

In contrast to the forecasted 7.3%, the CPI for November came in at 7.1% annually. Compared to the 0.3% predicted, month-over-month increase was 0.1%.

The all products index grew 7.1% for the year that ended in November, according to an accompanying news statement; this was the weakest 12-month gain since the year that ended in December 2021.

Analysts and dealers of bitcoin were, predictably, encouraged by the resulting upsurge in optimism.Popular analytics website Game of Trades reported that the market was about to see a significant short squeeze.

Il Capo of Crypto offered a more cautious response, telling his followers that despite the increases, he still had no plans to expose BTC.

Price, according to him, is creating a lower high and probing an important resistance zone currently. He has still completely exited the market.

Fejau, an analyst with the cryptocurrency research firm Reflexivity Research, expressed a similar level of caution and foresaw an impending “deflationary panic.”

Until it develops into a deflationary panic in Quarter 1 of 2023, he said, the fact that the CPI is declining more quickly than anticipated is optimistic. After a last low around that time, 2024 will be bullish. Enjoy your long-term rewards, but don’t forget to look at the bigger picture.


The USA Federal Reserve is scheduled to decide on December’s interest rate rise, and Chair Jerome Powell will speak on December 15, so the week will feature more than CPI statistics, as Cointelegraph reported.

The odds were slightly under 80% compared to 75% at the beginning of the week for a smaller 50-basis-point raise on the day, according to CME Group’s FedWatch Tool.