Volstreet and European stock exchanges are currently experiencing a rise in debt, and the same situation is with the dollar and the euro.
The leading European indicators are mostly plus, while German DACS is up 0.1%, the London FTSE is 0.3%, while the French YAC has registered fewer changes, according to the AP.
The shares of energy companies dominated Volstritt's price increase, excluding some losses recorded on the previous day.
The S & P 500 index rose by 13 points, or 0.5 percent to 2773 points, Industrial Dau Jones by 107 points, or 0.4 percent to 25.394 points, and Nasdaq's technology by 31 points, or 0.4 percent to 7322 points.
Oil price recovery has helped boost the value of energy companies' equity.
US light oil (WTI) rose 1.6 percent today to $ 56.59 a barrel in New York and the North Sea, Brent, by 1.9 percent to $ 66.73 per barrel in London.
The dollar rose to 113.92 yen from yesterday's 113.86 yen, while the euro rose to 1.1316 dollars at 1.1268 dollars.
In Japan, the Japanese Nike index rose by 0.2%, South Korean Kospi fell by 0.2% and Hang Seng Hang by 0.5%.
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