Wall Street closed this Thursday in green and the Dow Jones de Industriales, its main indicator, rose 1.05% in a rebound day that did not have a clear determining factor.
At the close of business in the NYSEhe Dow Jones sumo 341.73 pointsuntil 33 thousand 003.57 unitswhile the selective S&P 500 ascended a 0.76% o 29.96 integersuntil three thousand 981.35 points.
The Nasdaq composite market index, which brings together large technology companies, rose a 0.73% o 83.50 unitsuntil 11 thousand 462.98 integers.
The floor began the session cautiously, but ended up betting on purchases despite concerns that the Federal Reserve (Fed) continue to raise interest rates beyond what is expected to contain inflation.
The stock market remained in the green even though US government yields continued to rise and the yield on the 10-year Treasury bond was at the end of the day at the 4.066%.
According to CNBC, a comment by the president of the Atlanta Fed, Raphael Bostic, could have influenced, with which he was “firmly” in favor of raising rates by 25 basis points against the defense of larger increases that other officials have recently made. from the central bank.
By sectors, the greatest advance was for public service companies (1.82%)technology (1.26%)real estate (1.22%) and essential goods (1.21%)while only those of finance fell (-0.53%) and non-essential goods (-0.32%).
Among the 30 listed companies in the Dow Jones, the software company Salesforce stood out, which shot up a 11.5% after publishing its quarterly results on Wednesday and announcing that it expects a higher profit margin and more revenue than analysts predicted.
They also ascended Intel (3.43 %), Boeing (2.69%), Microsoft (1.97%) y McDonald’s (1.85%) compared to the decreases of half a dozen listed companies, among them JPMorgan Chase (-1.04%) y Amgen (-0.61%).
Out of that group, Tesla dropped a 5.9% in response to the firm’s CEO Elon Musk’s presentation to shareholders yesterday to lay out his vision for the company’s future, but in which he did not offer many specific details.
In other markets, oil from Texas closed at $78.16 and at the end of the trading session gold fell to thousand 842.40 dollars the ounce and the dollar gained ground against the euro, with a change of 1.0597.
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