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Wall Street closes mixed on a day with little negotiation before Christmas



Wall street has closed with mixed sign (Dow Jones: -0.13%; S&P 500: + 0.08%; Nasdaq: -0.02%) after re-marking historical highs on Monday. Remember that this Tuesday is Christmas Eve, so it has been a day with little negotiation and the New York stock exchanges have stopped trading in mid-session (7:00 p.m. Peninsular time); while tomorrow they will remain closed.

Investors are pending Boeing, which has registered falls of 1.35%. The aeronautical manufacturer led the gains last Monday after putting its future in the hands of an expert in leading companies in crisis. David L. Calhoun was appointed new president and CEO of the firm, replacing Dennis A. Muilenburg.

On the business level, it has also been known that the co-founder and former CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick, will resign at the end of 2019 from the company's board of directors. And the company's titles have closed with a 0.5% rise.

On the other hand, the investor already looks forward to the first bars of January. It will be then that China and the United States will seal the coveted phase one agreement.

In macroeconomic matters, the Richmond Fed manufacturing index, which has stood at -5 points, compared to the 9 points expected by analysts. In addition, the Redbook Retail Sales Index has been presented, which has reached 6.2%, compared to 4.6% the previous week.

And in the raw materials market, the West Texas barrel it has traded with increases of 0.7% at the close of the US market, to around 61 dollars; While in the forex market, the euro has changed by $ 1,1086. For its part, the profitability of US 10-year bond it has fallen to 1.91%, while that of the two-year bond has dropped to 1.64% and that of the three-month bond has reached 1.58%.


The Old Continent has quoted flat and in vacation mode, with very little negotiation. In the specific case of the Spanish selective, the Ibex has risen a slight 0.02% to stand at 9,661 points.

In Asia, however, the mixed sign has prevailed. Australia and Japan have been the only bags closed in mid-session for the Christmas holiday.

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