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23.2.21 14:52_Nasdaq_SHORT

Nasdaq Short. Futures on the Nasdaq stock index are falling again today after yesterday’s rinsing, currently by 240 points to 12981 (1.81%). U.S. stocks will fairly open trading sessions today with a downturn, with the technology sector, which had seen unprecedented growth until early last week, be hit hardest. Rising bond yields are forcing traders to rethink their trading models, which are based on burnt stock valuations. some tense awards. Technology stocks whose valuation is based on minimum discount rates extrapolated to the distant future are particularly vulnerable to any sign that borrowing costs could start to grow earlier than expected. (source: investing.com)

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