USA. Wednesday's stocks have been optimized by the US-China trade talks and report that President Short will sign a border security agreement that will keep the government open last Friday.
Shortly after opening, the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 157 points, or 0.6%, to 25563. S&P 500 reached 0.5%. Both indexes ended at the highest level on Tuesday, December 3rd, and the Wednesday session was at least 9% a year, but 5.2% or more compared to last year's records. Technology Nasdaq Composite added 0.3 percent
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Dwindling economic growth in recent sessions has prompted the White House to signal trade talks. Tuesday Trump said at the Cabinet meeting he wanted to return to March 1. The term of the trade agreement is extended if the US-China negotiations continue. Recent signs of progress have led to the expectation that negotiators will be able to reach at least a partial trade deal to avoid another round of tariffs
. A short signing of a border security transaction would mark a possible presidential rebate for funding at its borders.
"Investors are still trying to make the glass half full," said Mark Heppenstall. Officer at Penn Mutual Asset Management. "The US economy has so far been able to sustain."
Investors are also weighing on the latest features that lead to volatile oil prices helping to reduce inflation, which may give the Federal Reserve greater flexibility in raising interest rates. The Federal Reserve's precautionary marks have also triggered this year's stock market recovery.
In January, compared to the previous month, the consumer and price index remained the same, although it rose by 0.2%, with the exception of volatile food and energy categories. The rise in so-called core prices suggests that inflationary pressures in the economy remain stable. Some analysts say they are still not strong enough to force the Fed to raise rates in the first half of the year, with a favorable mix of equity and other risk assets.
"Average inflation has allowed the FED to be patient and gradual during this tightening process," Heppenstall said. "Our expectations are likely to keep this year's balance."
For 10 years, US Treasury bill yields have risen to 2.706 percent. Bonds are rising because prices are falling. The growth of long-term treasury leads to canceled financial reserves that borrow in the short term and lend longer. The S&P 500 financial sector grew by 0.8%.
The WSJ dollar index, which follows the US currency against 16 other basket, added less than 0.1%.
Many companies have also picked up the latest earnings results by raising key indices.
It increased by 5.8% after she said she was about to cut about 8% of her workforce because she was undergoing changes in how people buy and play video games.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings
increased by 6.6 percent. after last quarter's earnings and sales.
This increased by 2.8%, which also increased as US green prices increased
after their latest results. Analysts intended to earn quarterly earnings from companies including Cisco Systems, Yelp and Marathon Oil after the closure.
Corporate profits also contributed to Europe and Stoxx Europe 600 – 0.7%. Previously, key indexes in Shanghai, Japan and Hong Kong added more than 1%.
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