June 10, 2023


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Mixed on Wall Street in anticipation of tomorrow’s inflation numbers

The 10-year US government bond yield is 3.43 percent, while the Vix, also called the fear index, fell 0.9 percent to 18.80.

The National Confederation of Independent Business’ American Sentiment Index finished at 90.1 in March, down from 90.9 in February. According to Trading Economics, an indicator of 89.0 points was expected.

Strategist Paul Harper at DNB Markets describes inflation numbers from the US and minutes from the March Fed meeting as the most important macro numbers this week. Both news will come on Wednesday.


This is how it went with the leading indices on Wall Street:

  • The Dow Jones index rose 0.29 percent to 33,685.12 points.
  • The S&P 500 index ended at 4,109.05 points.
  • The Nasdaq index fell 0.43 percent to 12,031.88 points.


The price of a barrel of North Sea oil Brent It rose 0.39 percent to $84.62 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate– Oil rose 2.11 percent to $81.42 a barrel.


There was a sour mood among the tech giants on Wall Street, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet (parent company of Google), also known as FAANG stock:

  • Facebook shares fell by 0.42 percent to 213.85 points.
  • Amazon shares fell 2.20 percent to 99.92 points
  • Apple shares fell 0.76 percent to 160.80 points.
  • Netflix shares fell 0.23 percent to 338.21 points.
  • Alphabet shares fell 0.78% to 106.12.


Awaiting inflation data on Wednesday from the United States, bitcoin investors appear to have a positive outlook. On Tuesday, the bitcoin price rose to more than $30,000 — the equivalent of around NOK 317,000.

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The increase in the total market capitalization of Bitcoin over the past 24 hours is about 6.30 percent. It is the first time since June that Bitcoin has reached these levels. Bitcoin’s market capitalization now exceeds $581 billion.

Bitcoin rose 3.29% to 30,168.60, while Ethereum rose 0.13%, to 1,895.21.