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NVDA Jun 2024 100.000 put

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到期日2024-06-21
今日波幅0.0300 - 0.0300
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  • Reuters

    Nikkei rockets to all-time peak as Nvidia optimism drives chips rally

    Japan's Nikkei share average surged to a record high on Thursday, eclipsing the 1989 bubble-era peak, as chip-related stocks led across-the-board gains after U.S. chipmaker Nvidia's outlook beat market expectations. The Nikkei closed up 2.19% at 39,098.68, having earlier risen to a high of 39,156.97, topping the previous all-time closing and intraday highs set on Dec. 29, 1989, at the peak of the nation's bubble economy. Japan's benchmark has rocketed about 52% from its January 2023 trough, supercharged by a tech-rally, corporate governance changes and rising exporters' profits thanks to a weak yen.

  • Bloomberg

    Nvidia Spurs Global Stocks Rally, Japan at Record: Markets Wrap

    (Bloomberg) -- A rally in global stocks headed to Europe after Nvidia’s blowout sales forecast reinforced investor conviction in a boom in generative AI use. Most Read from BloombergNvidia Surges After Company Proclaims AI Has Hit 'Tipping Point'Biden Touts $1.2 Billion in Student Loan Relief With Eye to 2024Tech Up in Late Hours on Nvidia’s Bullish Outlook: Markets WrapYour 401(k) Will Be Gone Within a DecadeChina Tightens Grip on Stocks With Net Sale Ban at Open, CloseEurope’s Stoxx 50 futures

  • Reuters

    CORRECTED-Nikkei rockets to all-time peak as Nvidia optimism drives chips rally

    Japan's Nikkei share average surged to a record high on Thursday, eclipsing the 1989 bubble-era peak, as chip-related stocks led across-the-board gains after U.S. chipmaker Nvidia's outlook beat market expectations. The Nikkei closed up 2.19% at 39,098.68, having earlier risen to a high of 39,156.97, topping the previous all-time closing and intraday highs set on Dec. 29, 1989, at the peak of the nation's bubble economy. Japan's benchmark has rocketed about 52% from its January 2023 trough, supercharged by a tech-rally, corporate governance changes and rising exporters' profits thanks to a weak yen.