U.S. stock indicators at the end of yesterday’s trading showed a positive attitude.
the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 2.13% and closed at 26642,59 points. The value of the index of wide market S&P 500 increased 1.34% to 3197,52 points. The index of technology companies NASDAQ rose by 0.94% to 10488,58 points, according to “Finam”.
Traders, in particular, responded positively to the statement of a member of the Board of governors of the Federal reserve Lael Brainard, who urged the us Central Bank large-scale asset purchases to support the economy in conditions of uncertain pandemic coronavirus, said PRIME.
Leading stock indicators of countries in Western Europe have completed yesterday’s trading mostly in the red. The British FTSE 100 grew 0.06 percent up to 6179,75 points, French CAC 40 dipped 0.97% to 5007,46 points, the German DAX down 0.8% to 12697,36 item.
the Russian stock market closed in red zone. Ruble Mosberg index fell 0.8% to 2744,54 points, the dollar index of RTS — on 1,43% to 1216,79 item.
it says the IAC senior analyst “Alpari” Anna Bodrov, yesterday the Russian market was “clearly in a bad mood: everywhere visible deterioration of the interest risk, the oil in the visible red, and waiting is not optimistic”.
however, an investment strategist “BKS the Prime Minister” Alexander Bakhtin points out that “pessimism has increased in market sentiment amid reports on the re-introduction in some countries of restrictions due to the spread of COVID-19, and the emergence of new signs of tension in relations between the US and China”.
In General, sums up analyst IK “VELES the Capital” Elena Kozhuhova, “mood on global markets on Tuesday was ambiguous.” “In exchange act contradictory signals — on the one hand, the situation inthe irus in the United States remains extremely tense, but short-term investors are optimistic, including in the oil market” — the expert adds.
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