COIN, one of many crypto-related stocks to nosedive amid the 2022 bear market, rebounded from lows of $33.46 at markets open to intraday highs of $35.33 as of 11:40 am ET. Despite the gains, the Coinbase shares remain more than 86% down year-to-date. The COIN stock this week fell to a 52-week low of $31.83 – the stock’s all-time low.
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Related stocks Hut8 Mining Corp was up 5% at the time of writing, while Galaxy Digital’s GLXY was up 14%. The company’s Bitcoin mining segment had a much better 2022 than most peers, according to latest financial results. TheMinerMag highlighted this on Thursday.
However, Argo Blockchain, whose shares rose impressively following a deal with Galaxy Digital that could see the Bitcoin mining firm avoid bankruptcy, were down nearly 6% in US trading.
MicroStrategy Inc. (NASDAQ: MSTR) was down 2.3% after shedding gains made on Tuesday following the company’s announcement that it bought an extra 2,500 bitcoins between 1 November and 24 December 2022.
Stocks surge buoyed by tech
US stocks rose on Thursday as a rebound for major tech stocks helped the market. With two days of a brutal 2022 to go, investors appeared to be eyeing one more opportunity to recoup some of the losses even as concerns over the global economy linger.
In early after trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up nearly 400 points, or 1.2% higher. The S&P 500 had added 1.9%, while the Nasdaq Composite was +2.7% on the day, buoyed by gains for tech giants Apple (AAPL) +3% Amazon (AMZN) 2.5%, and Alphabet (GOOG) +2.8%.
Beaten up stock Tesla (TSLA) was also up by 7.3%, with the upside coming as CEO Elon Musk reportedly assured employees the electric car maker remained on track to become the world’s most valuable company.