Wall street It collapses after closing with a mixed sign this Thursday. The large US stock markets are pointing to falls in the last session of the week in anticipation of a new stimulus package that remains unconfirmed. Days go by, and benefits such as unemployment assistance soon expire in the country.
On the one hand, Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, remains adamant about refusing to support a $ 908 billion package, NBC News reports.
For another, Nancy pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, ensures that the negotiations "are progressing a lot. Investors no longer know which version to believe. "The latest headlines that reach us are somewhat more optimistic than those of a few days ago, but there is still no sign that there will be an agreement," acknowledge experts from Vital Knowledge.
The House of Representatives has just approved an extension of the aid until December 18 to 'buy' more time until an agreement is reached.
In health matters, FDA has given its green light this Thursday to the Pfizer and his German partner, BioNTech. On the business front, Disney is news after announcing that Disney + has reached 86.8 million subscribers, and expects to have between 230 and 260 million by 2024. Its titles soar 7% at pre-opening.
Across the Atlantic, the IBEX 35 falls eagerly at the prospect of a Brexit whitout deal. Finally, in Asia the stock markets have closed mixed after the transition day in Wall Street of this Thursday.