Wall street still sweet. Major US indices are trading with strong new rises after the Nasdaq kick off the third quarter marking new all-time highs. Stock markets in the US celebrate the employment data that was published this Thursday.
The world's largest economy has announced the creation of 4.8 million jobs in June compared to 3.1 million anticipated by analyst consensus. The unemployment rate falls to 11.2% compared to the expected 12.5%.
The employment report ADP published on Wednesday has not left a very good taste in the mouth. The US has created fewer jobs in the private sector than expected. The positive note left it the previous month, which after an upward revision by the consultant has gone from registering the destruction of more than two million jobs to the creation of three million.
Wall street It aspires to end the week in style supported by the latest (and positive) advances in the candidacies for a vaccine against the virus. This Friday the US stock markets will be closed for the July 4 holiday, which is why the unemployment data is also published a day earlier.
On the business front, Facebook It is news in the middle of a boycott of its advertisers. More than 200 brands have threatened the popular social network with withdrawing their advertising from the platform. SMEs are, however, the reason Mark Zuckerberg can continue to fall asleep every night.
Across the Atlantic, the Ibex rises eagerly driven by banks and advances in vaccines. Finally, in Asia, the stock markets have also closed green, infected with this optimism.
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