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Wall Street closes an atypical week for Thanksgiving with increases of more than 2%



Rises in Wall street, which has closed a winning week and is on the way to crowning a historic month. The positive news that the imminent vaccine against the virus is leaving and the less political uncertainty in the country, which is preparing for a more peaceful transition of power than expected, are more than enough reasons for investors.

The Dow Jones accumulates a rally of 12.8% in November and flirts with its best month since January 1987. After the falls on Wednesday, this Friday it has once again exceeded 30,000 points.

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq they are not left behind either with advances of 11% and 10.8% so far this month. Both have set new intraday records in this Friday's session.

Although without a doubt the one that is having the best month in its history is Russell 2000, selective composed of small-caps, which rises almost 20%.

It should be remembered that this Friday, and after being closed on Thursday for Thanksgiving, the US exchanges will only open until 7:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time).

Within the business front, the rises in retail stocks stand out, such as Amazon Y Shopify, which are raised by the Black Friday. On the other side of the Atlantic, the Ibex trades flat with BBVA and Sabadell as the absolute protagonists of the selective. Finally, in Asia, stocks have closed green thanks to good macro data from China.

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