America stock rose on Thursday, S P 500 reached a new high
On Thursday, US stock indexes trade results
first demonstrated growth since the beginning of this week. Index Standard Poor’s index
500 came yesterday to a new historic high, testify to this
Trading data and reports compiled by Bloomberg.
The reason for the growth of the index was the rally of high-tech companies
sector, plus the weak dollar and good news from the labor market. "Market
bonds stabilize, but the unemployment benefits applications data was
positive, it gave the shares a more favorable attitude on Thursday", – He speaks
senior director of Columbia Threadneedle Investments anvitah Bahuguna.
According to the US Department of Labor, last week for
unemployment benefits filed by 1 thousand. Americans are less than a week
previously. According to analysts, this number, on the contrary, would grow by 8
thous. people. Thus, an unexpected decline was a surprise
for the markets.
The leaders among lift industry groups S P 500
Thursday was a high-tech and consumer sectors. dow Jones
Industrial Average yesterday grew by 1.06% – to the level of 18252,24, Standard
Poor’s 500 Index increased by 1.08% – to the level of
2121.1, and the Nasdaq Composite per day grew by 1.39% – to the level of 5050.79.
Stock prices Microsoft and Apple on Thursday rose by about
2.3%. Facebook Quotes grew by 3.7% – this is the biggest increase since October 2014
of the year. Among the consumer sector stock prices have risen Altria companies
– at 3,1%, Brown-Forman and Coca-Cola Enterprises – more than 2.2%. market
cost Johnson Johnson and Pfizer, producing health products increased
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