The US stock exchanges have gone up after a bumpy start. Dow Jones Industrial and the Nasdaq-100 rise.
the essentials in brief
- Dow Jones Industrial reached 33,704.10 points with 0.56 percent.
- The Nasdaq 100 also continues to rise.
After a bumpy start, it’s Tuesday up on US stock markets went. In the last hour of trading there was some momentum in the prices. The leading index Dow Jones Industrial closed 0.56 percent higher at 33,704.10 points. However, stockbrokers only attest to consumer prices in the December the potential for a strong and more sustained reaction in US stock markets.
Nasdaq 100 rising
The market-wide S&P 500 rose by 0.70 percent to 3919.25 points. The tech-heavy Nasdaq-100 gained 0.88 percent to 11,205.78 points.
shares of Boeing lost almost one percent. They were no longer able to benefit from solid delivery figures in December; instead, investors took price gains with them, as they did the day before. Around 76 percent were Boeing increased since early October.
Smaller stocks caused a stir on Tuesday. Sotera Health’s stock nearly doubled. The provider of sterilization solutions has its lawsuits against competitor Sterigenics before a Focused retired in Illinois. He receives 408 million from this Dollar.
Pharmaceutical retailer CVS Health is considering an acquisition of Oak Street Health, a primary care center operator. This is according to a report by the Bloomberg news agency. Its shares shot up nearly 28 percent, while CVS Health’s fell 0.9 percent.
The shares of the vaccine manufacturer Curevac were again in focus. After rising 55 percent in the past few trading days, they gained 20 percent on Tuesday. The trigger was a positive interim report on the Tübingen flu vaccine program.
Virgin Orbit fell to record low
Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit titles plummeted 14 percent, falling to an all-time low. The company has failed in an attempt to launch Britain’s first satellite into orbit from its own soil.
Illumina fell 6.2 percent. After the gene specialist announced that earnings this fiscal year will be lower than analysts had expected.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s stock rose nearly 28 percent after the home decorator’s quarterly figures. For the shareholders, this should nevertheless be a drop in the ocean. The shares had lost 95 percent from the high in the summer of last year.
the Euro on Tuesday remained close to the half-year high reached the previous day. Most recently it cost 1.0736 USDollar. The European central bank had reference rate at 1.0723 (Monday: 1.0696) Dollar fixed. the Dollar thus had 0.9326 (0.9349) Euro tasted
Quotations on the bond market fell, the futures contract for ten-year bonds (T-Note Future) fell by 0.49 percent to 114.46 points. In contrast, the yield on ten-year government bonds rose to 3.62 percent.
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