Frederiksen shares rose sharply on the Nasdaq

Frederiksen shares rose sharply on the Nasdaq

After the Wall Street opening, President Joe Biden held a press conference in which he asserted that a new shutdown was not an issue for the time being, despite concerns about the omikron variant spreading. Markets responded positively, and all three major indices on Wall Street ended positively.

  • The performance of the technology index was very good NasdaqWhich rose 1.88 percent to 15,782.
  • market pulse Standard & Poor’s 500 It rose 1.32 percent to 4,655.
  • Industry Index Dow Jones It rose 0.68 percent, to 35,135.

VIX indicator – Also called the “Fear Index” – because it measures the expected volatility on the S&P 500 Index over the next 30 days, it is down as much as 20.51 percent to 22.78. This means that there are far fewer concerns in the market.

The yield on the 10-year US government bond rose by 2.9 basis points, to 1.514 percent.

Beat the Oslo Stock Exchange

Shares dominated by Frederiksen rose on the Oslo Stock Exchange golden ocean By 8.31 percent, 84.70 NOK was traded at the close. Things went better on Wall Street.

Nasdaq-listed Golden Ocean rose 8.25 percent to close at $9.58 per share. At an exchange rate of 9.04 NOK per US dollar, this corresponds to 86.60 NOK – nearly 2 NOK above the closing price on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

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