Wall street has closed with mixed sign after the Dow Jones exceed 30,000 points for the first time in its history this Tuesday. The falls of the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 do not seem to affect the Nasdaq that continues to lengthen the rally and has marked a new maximum at 12,108 points
"This fact represents the arbitrariness of everything, and also encapsulates the sentiment of investors very well at the moment," say experts from CUNA Mutual Group.
The 'small caps' follow their thing, and this Tuesday they closed at all-time highs with the Russell 2000 up almost 2%. The S&P 500, for its part, has also closed at all-time highs after its 1.6% advance in the previous session.
In macro terms, the GDP it has fallen 2.7% in the third quarter, one tenth better than expected. In turn, weekly unemployment claims have risen for the first time in two consecutive weeks since last July, and they continue to worry the US.
In the business world, all eyes are on Slack. Shares of the internal organization and communication platform for companies soar about 24% after it was known that Salesforce has put an offer to acquire it on the table.
In addition, this Wednesday the minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve (Fed) were known. Those of Jerome Powell are willing to increase the monthly volume of asset purchases to support the economic recovery. "In general, the participants they saw the current rhythm and composition as effective in achieving accommodative financial conditions", says the document.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the Ibex has risen slightly and has not lost sight of its resistance, at 8,375 points. Finally, in Asia the stock markets have closed with a mixed sign.
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