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Goldman Sachs asked clients about bitcoin's price trajectory

Goldman asks clients where they think bitcoin price will be at the end of December. No consensus among 1,200 who responded. There's rising interest in bitcoin from institutional investors. LONDON — Goldman Sachs asked clients their views on bitcoin's likely price trajectory, yet another sign of growing interest in cryptocurrency from mainstream finance. Goldman Sachs' market "strat" team within the securities division sends a monthly poll to clients to gauge their thinking on a variety of investment issues.
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