Futures prices are mixed in the New York Stock Exchange. Nasdaq futures are rising and Dow futures are falling. Index futures prices may act as an uptrend or pressure factor in the regular New York Stock Exchange. Meanwhile, Bitcoin is falling sharply. The price of virtual currency, which has risen since the introduction of the Bitcoin ETF, an exchange-traded fund, is on a sharp decline. Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin are falling all at once as fears of inflation have been raised due to the tapering of the Fed’s FOMC and rumors of an imminent interest rate hike, and as large-scale leveraged positions are liquidated and sold out.
While Bitcoin is falling, government bond yields, international oil prices, and the dollar exchange rate are generally stable. While corporate earnings of listed companies on the New York Stock Exchange in the US have been brisk in the third quarter, Treasury bond yields are stabilizing. Concerns about inflation and tapering are negative for the Nasdaq Sau. <뉴욕증시 나스닥 다우지수 지수 선물 시세 별표>
Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization on cryptocurrency exchanges, has broken its support of $60,000. The BTC/USD pair is at its lowest since October 15th. During the day, the bitcoin price fell as positions in cryptocurrency worth $517.02 million were liquidated. Since ‘BITO’, a bitcoin-linked exchange-traded fund (ETF), was officially launched on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the bitcoin price has reached an all-time high, but as it was judged that it had risen too high, the analyzed.
On the 27th, Asian stock markets were bearish. The Tokyo stock market in Japan ended lower on the same day. The Nikkei 225 Index closed at 29,098.24, down 7.77 points (0.03%) from the previous day. Chinese stocks also fell for the second day.
On the morning of the 27th (Korean time), major indices on the New York Stock Exchange continued to reach all-time highs as corporate earnings were positive. On the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 35,756.88, up 15.73 points (0.04%) from the previous day. The Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 index closed at 4,574.79, up 8.31 points (0.18%) from the battlefield, and the Nasdaq index for tech stocks closed at 15,235.71, up 9.01 points (0.06%) from the battlefield. The Dow and S&P 500 both hit all-time highs. The Dow and the S&P 500 are at all-time highs for the third consecutive trading day. The results of large IT companies such as Google parent company Alphabet, Microsoft, and Twitter came out. The company’s performance so far has been generally positive.
The KOSPI closed at 3,025.49, down 23.59 points (0.77%). Samsung(-1.41%), Celltrion(-1.57%), POSCO(-2.22%), LG Household & Health Care(-8.26%), etc., declined. Samsung Biologics(2.16%) with cacao(0.78%), Samsung SDI(0.54%) and others rose. The KOSDAQ index closed at 1,008.95, 2.81 points (0.28%) lower than the previous field. HLB(-4.09%), CJ ENM(-2.49%), etc., had a large drop. Kakao Games(6.52%), Wemade(4.78%), Pearl Abyss(3.99%) and other game stocks rose sharply.
Daeho Kim, Director, Global Economic Research Institute [email protected]
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