New York, November 7 (EFE). – Wall Street recorded high profits today in the middle of the session, and industrial Dow Jones rose by 1.48% as well as market fluctuations in US election results that left the chamber of democratic representation and the Republican Senate.
The half-time session was 379.57 points, reaching 26,014.58 points, while selective S & P 500 – 1.62% or 44.77 units – up 2800.22.
The combined Nasdaq Market Index listing the most important technology groups was the highest gain – strong 2.21% or 162.69 points to 7388.66 whole numbers.
New York parquet operators responded well early in the morning to the new congressional mandate, which means that the administration of President Donald Trump should work with the opposition to develop his political agenda.
"I think there will be much less stagnation," the president said at midday at a press conference to comment on results that are in line with analysts' forecasts, but also to expect the government to use its executive powers in issues related to trade and state security.
There is an increase in all sectors, in particular health care (2.69%), technology (2.35%) and non-essential goods (2.09%), and less communication (1.16%). %)
Dow Jones ranked UnitedHealth revenue (4.41%) in the group of 30 stocks, followed by Microsoft (3.82%), Pfizer (3.35%), Caterpillar (2.54%), Visa (2.41%), Merck (2.35%), Cisco (2.23%) and Intel (2.21%).
On the other hand, investors are waiting for a two-day meeting on the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, in which the central bank analyzes potential new interest rates up to the end of the year, after a good economic outlook.
In other markets, the Texas barrel dropped to $ 61.88, gold rose to $ 1,230 per ounce, 10-year bond yields fell to 3,197 percent, and the dollar lost its strength against the euro, which changed to 1.1466 green bills.