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Wall Street closed this Wednesday in the green and its main indicator, the Dow Jones Industrials, rose 1,35%, driven by the good results of the energy, financial and industrial sectors.
At the close of operations on the New York Stock Exchange, the Industrial Dow Jones rose 424,51 points and stood at 31.951,86 units; boosted by companies such as Boeing 8,12%, Chevron 3,7% Goldman Sachs 3,58% or Visa 3,45%, in a day in which only five corporations closed with losses, with Home Depot (-2,72% ) to the head
The selective S&P 500 rose 1,14%, or 44,06 points, to 3.925,43. The Nasdaq composite index, which brings together the most important technology companies, added 0,99% or 132,77 units, standing at 13.597,97 points.
The New York parquet had started the session with declines, at the beginning of the day marked by the rise in the yield of US debt and by the losses of technology companies.
With 1,4-year Treasury bonds hovering near XNUMX% interest, analysts believe investors may opt out of certain companies; or, failing that, paralyze their investments in growing companies to bet on bonds.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's remarks to the US Senate on Tuesday appear to have pushed investors to sell shares in big tech like Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Facebook.
In his remarks, Powell said the pandemic has left a "significant footprint" on inflation and the recovery is still incomplete. Scenario in which the economy will continue to need extraordinary monetary support for some time.
By sectors, energy, with a rise of 3,65%, was the most favored on Wednesday. It is followed by the financial, which rose 2.01%; the industrial, which registered a rise of 1,93% and the technological one, which registered a rise of 1,51%. External source
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