Bitcoin Moves Back Into the Green After Three-Day Decline

Bitcoin rose for the second consecutive session Monday, up following the five-week low it hit Saturday, less than a week after the SEC denied approval of the first bitcoin-based exchange traded fund. 

Bitcoin was trading above $1,000 per coin Monday after falling as low as $944.36 on Saturday. 

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