Driven by the recovery in US consumption, Wall Street closed higher

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Wall street closed this Tuesday in green and its main indicator, the Dow Jones Industrials, rose 0.15% after knowing about good US retail sales data.

At the end of the session on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones of Industrials it added 54.77 points, up to 36,142.22; while the selective S&P 500 it increased by 0.39% or 18.10 units, standing at 4,700.90. The index Nasdaq, which brings together the most important technology companies, rose 0.76% or 120.01 integers, to 15,973.86.

The New York parquet crossed a positive journey after receiving retail sales data for October, which rose 1.7% despite rising inflation.

The signing, this Monday, of the historic infrastructure plan worth $ 1.2 trillion promoted by the president also encouraged the market. Joe biden.

On the other hand, investors reacted to some important quarterly results this season, which has generally been better than expected.

The home renovation chain Home Depot rose 5.79% and the supermarket chain Walmart it was down 2.94%, both after exceeding expectations.

Most sectors ended in Red, with the real estate as the most affected (-0.65%), but the profits of non-essential goods companies (1.38%) and technology companies (1.07%) weighed more.

Among the 30 listed on the Dow Jones, behind Home Depot, the advances of Nike (1.72%), Visa (1.40%) and Microsoft (1.02%) stood out. In addition to Walmart, Boeing (-3.13%) and Dow Inc (-1.79%) fell.

Likewise, the cryptocurrency market was in focus, where the bitcoin It fell to $ 59,000 today, dragging related listed companies such as Coinbase (-0.94%) before regaining ground.

In other markets, the Petroleum from Texas it fell to $ 80.76 a barrel; and at the close of Wall Street, the gold fell to $ 1,851.70 an ounce, 10-year Treasury bonds advanced to 1,642%, and the dollar was gaining ground in front of euro, with a change of 1.1314.

Source-www.infobae.com