Coinbase (NASDAQ:) Global Inc (NASDAQ: COIN) shares are trading lower by 10.34% to $66.27 going into the close of Friday’s trading session. Shares of several banks and financial services companies are trading lower amid overall market weakness following better-than-expected U.S. unemployment data, which could negatively impact lending as it dims the outlook for a Fed policy pivot. A rise in Treasury yields have also weighed on the sector.
Coinbase is also trading lower in sympathy with the price of (CRYPTO: BTC) and (CRYPTO: ETH).
Bitcoin and Ethereum are trading lower by 2.72% to $19,400 and 2.24% to $1,320, respectively, going into the close of Friday’s session.
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According to data from Benzinga Pro, Coinbase has a 52-week high of $368.90 and a 52-week low of $40.83.
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