New York Stock Exchange Traders November 14, 2018 Brian R. Smith
The Wall Street trend has been high on Wednesday, on the eve of the holidays, after two sharp drops, thanks to the renewed technology and energy-enhanced power.
Based on the closing closing results, the Nasdaq index, with a strong technological color, reached 0.92 and 6.972.25 points.
The broad index S & P 500 earned 0.30% to 2.649,93 points.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average index almost changed 24h 466.69 points, with declining Johnson & Johnson (-0.05%).
"At Tuesday, the technology bounce rebound was announced earlier on Wednesday," said Tom Cahill of Ventura Wealth Management.
Large Amazon technology groups (1.42%), Facebook (+ 1.80%), Alphabet (Google companies, 1.26%) advanced on Wednesday.
"This shows that the portfolio manager continues to negotiate," added the expert, citing two-dimensional currency quotas from the latest summits.
It has been stuck for months and a half due to worries over the end of the year. However, Apple declined again (-0.11%), and the slides at the beginning of October were almost 23.8%.
Bloomberg announces that the Chinese subcontractor, Foxconn, Apple, will cut spending of $ 20 million or $ 2.9 billion.
This information has been addressed by Apple's concerns regarding production of star products.
Companies linked to the oil industry approved the evolution of oil prices after over 6% of prices: Chevron and ExxonMobil increased by 1.27% and 0% respectively, respectively. 77%.
After the three Wall Street indexes lasted more than 1%, "investors are listening to positive assumptions that moderate the rate of the Central Bank of the United States (Fed), recaptures talks with the United States and China, and analysts change their minds taking on the bloody behavior of corporate solutions, "said Sam Stovalle.
"If these assumptions are materialized, the fall of the last securities may push investors back to the ring before the end of the year," he added.
The value of 10-year US debt was a balance between 9:25 a.m. and 3.063%, a similar level on Tuesday, with a 30% year-on-year decline of 3.316%, 3.315% less than the previous one.