Wall street (Dow Jones -0.24%; S&P 500 -0.13%; Nasdaq + 0.54%) has closed with a mixed sign in a session in which the main US stock markets have remained awaiting catalysts, and after its correction on Wednesday starring the falls of technology companies, especially chip makers.
"Yesterday was a classic portfolio rotation that started modestly last September and will continue until the end of the year, and even beyond," he observes. David Bahnsen, from The Bahnsen Group.
On the health front, the Pfizer Y BioNTech which has begun to be put in the United Kingdom since Tuesday has raised the spirits of the markets somewhat.
This vaccine will be discussed this Thursday by the FDA American, who next week will analyze Moderna's candidate.
Negotiations to close a new stimulus package continue, and the Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell, has recognized that Republicans and Democrats "still have a long way to go."
"Stock markets are facing one of the best scenarios to see their sustained gains throughout the next year," say the experts at JP Morgan. "We hope that the markets will be boosted by the recovery from the Covid-19 crisis," they add.
Meanwhile, the flood of IPOs continues on the New York market. This Thursday it was Airbnb's turn. Sus shares soar at this time by 120% and touch the 150 dollars. The price of its securities has doubled at its opening, which has allowed it to become largest IPO of 2020.
In the macroeconomic field, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) data has become known, which rose 0.2% in November, driven by energy prices, and year-on-year inflation stood at 1.2% . The figure is slightly higher than anticipated by analysts, who projected a rise of 0.1%.
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