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Strong rises on Wall Street: try to erase the crash of the last three sessions


Wall Street (Dow Jones + 1.6%; S&P 500 + 2.02%; Nasdaq + 2.71%) has rebounded this Wednesday after its strong correction. The Nasdaq advances more than 3% and partially recovers from the 10% fall it has suffered in the last three sessions supported, among other technological values, in Apple and Tesla. The indices of the New York Stock Exchange are trading higher this Wednesday, 2% on average.

Elon Musk's, that have not yet passed the ITV of the S&P 500 to make the leap to this selective, they bounce more than 5% after having sealed their worst day in history (-21% this Tuesday).

Apple, which was down 6% in the previous session, is up 4% today. These titles, along with Alphabet (Google), Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft, come from losing 1 trillion dollars of market capitalization in the previous three days. The Rrecent corrections of the technologies makes analysts wonder if this may be the beginning of the end for what some people liken to the dot-com bubble.

Since Aviva Investor remember in CNBC that the day after the market closes (as it was Tuesday) is usually very intense and volatility increases. This is how the Cboe, which measures the volatility of the stock markets and the fear of market participants, and shot above 31 points this Tuesday.

On the other side of the Atlantic, the Ibex is trading flat under pressure from growing doubts about AstraZeneca and its vaccine. Finally, in Asia the stock markets have closed in red, also weighed down by the falls of the technology companies, which do not stop correcting.

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