Three major US equity indices earned at least 4% on Wednesday, except for S & P 500 and Dow Jones with a 5% increase. This is the first time since 2011, according to Bloombergen.
The mining companies were caught on Wednesday on Wednesday, with the lithium producers and some potassium mines being marketed with some of the most hefty purchases.
Among fertilizer producers, Israel Chemicals posted a 7.3% charge on the sale of shares in New York. The North American Potash Nutry giant made 5.1%, Mosaic 6% up and the German K + S day.
Livist Corp's lithium producer has been extracted from the FMC chemical company, which is 6.2% in segments. Smallest SQM 5.7% and United States Albemarle have a 4% low progress.
The leading copper producer, listed in Freeport-McMoRra, was the best performer of the world's biggest comic book, growing 6.3% in New York. The diversified heavyweights driven by BHP in the sector made it a 4.5% increase, profits per day were very important.
Canada's largest mining company, Teck Resources, trades 5.5%, while Vancouver company Ivanhoe Mines has a value of 8.9% on Wednesday. Cameco, the world's largest mining company, has a 5.3% increase.
Gold price drops six months after yesterday morning, gold mining companies preferred the Barrick Gold flat trade and gaining profits from Royal Gold, Goldcorp and Franco Nevada, losing more than 1% of the day.
Wednesday was the first time, according to data from Bloomberg since 1990. More than 500 stocks of S & P 500 were positive (there are 505 stocks in S & P 500).
One of the only gold shredders Newmont Mining, the only S & P 500 stock that ended up shutting off Wednesday, was the only avoidance of the performance of the index.