Wall street Follow yours. The US indexes have quoted on Thursday with rises and resume the historical highs after the Christmas break. The Nasdaq has been the most prominent with a 0.78% rise that has allowed it to exceed 9,000 points (9,022), while the S&P 500 and Dow Jones have picked up 0.52% and 0.37%, respectively.
Amazon has been largely to blame for the best behavior of the Nasdaq. Shares of the e-commerce giant have risen 4.45% after the company has announced that has exceeded all its sales records during the Christmas campaign.
The small volume of negotiation and the calm reign once again in the New York parquet, in a day in which there have been no macroeconomic indicators of reference.
"The current narrative of the exchanges remains the same as on Monday and will probably remain unchanged in the remainder of 2019," experts from Vital knowledge. "Investors will return in January and will find a complacent market," they prophesy.
The investor is still waiting for news of the commercial war. US President Donald Trump has also set the vacation mode this week. Little new is known about the tariff conflict between the two largest economies in the world. The eyes are already focused on the first weeks of January, when the phase one agreement is scheduled to be sealed.
In the raw materials market, the oil has climbed to maximum three months ago in the heat of that commercial optimism and the hope that OPEC does not soften its productive cuts. Specifically, the West Texas barrel has traded a 0.85% rise at the close of the US market, to be around 61 dollars.
For its part, in the currency market, the euro 0.12% has been appreciated and changed for $ 1,1103. And in the debt market, the profitability of US 10-year bond It has fallen to 1.89%, while the two-year bond has fallen to 1.63% and the three-month bond has reached 1.57%.
ASIA CLOSES GREEN AND EUROPE DOES NOT OPEN ITS DOORS
The Old Continent continues with the closure thrown this Thursday. The European parks did not open on Wednesday either and, last Tuesday, it was only possible to negotiate until mid-session for the Christmas holiday. Meanwhile, green has dominated Asia, on a decaffeinated day with Australia and Hong Kong closed for vacations.
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