The Dow Jones New York Stock Market IndexEnded positively on the night (August 3) when the S & P500 closed in the New Highs, an elevated rally in energy and industrial stocks. including better-than-expected performance by listed companies while investors look at the issue of non-farm wage numbers in the US July on Friday. Including the annual meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve System (Fed) in Jackson Hole later this month. find clear signals about the direction of Fed interest rates
Dow Jones Industrial AverageClosed at 35,116.40, up 278.24 points, or + 0.80%. The S & P500 index closed at 4423.15, up 35.99 or + 0.82%. The Nasdaq closed at 14,761.29, up 80.23 or + 0.55%.
A New York Life Investments analyst commented that the New York Stock Exchange closed in positive territory. Despite concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 Delta species, this suggests that investors have learned to adapt and are still looking for good investment opportunities. The market is also stimulated by the U.S. government’s goal of being vaccinated against COVID-19. adult Americans, who make up 70% of the country’s population.
Ten of the 11 stocks listed in the S&P5 rose, led by an energy stock index that rose 1.83 percent as investors went down after energy stocks fell on Monday. ConocoPhillips rose 2.29 percent, Exxon Mobil 1.08 percent, Chevron 0.95 percent and Halliburton shares 1.04 percent.