Wall Street is trading this Tuesday with increases of more than 0.5% and with a clear protagonist: Manzana. Those of Cupertino rebound 3% after the great correction of last week in the technology sector and they do so a few hours before the event in which they will present their new mobile devices.
Out of the equation will be the iPhone 12, whose presentation in society will be postponed until October, according to Bloomberg.
The rest of the FAAMG it also adds to the rebound of Tim Cook's. The 'feeling' is once again positive among investors after the latest advances in vaccines from AstraZeneca and Pfizer. The optimism is such that firms like LPL Financial have revised up their forecasts for the S&P 500 to the range of 3,450-3,500 points.
"Regardless of the situation and the sector, large commitments and mergers tend to show confidence, so we look forward to some of this to extend the good time," he said Jeff Buchbinder, equity strategist at the firm.
In the raw materials market, West Texas barrel, a benchmark in the United States, is currently trading up 0.7% and pays at $ 37.50. For its part, in the foreign exchange market, the euro appreciates a slight 0.05% and it changes to $ 1.1873. And in the debt market, the yield of the US ten-year bond stands at 0.68%.
Across the Atlantic, the Ibex recover 7,000 points thanks to Inditex and despite the banks and Telephone. Finally, in Asia, stocks have closed in green after the first positive retail sales in China so far in 2020.