The New York Stock Exchange closed sharply higher on Friday, benefiting from a search for good prices to end a lackluster week.
The Dow Jones ended with one 1.65% gain at 34 thousand 725.47 points, the index Nasdaq, from 3.13% to 13 thousand 770.57 points, and the broadest index S&P 500 del 2.43% to four thousand 431.85 points.
Markets “regained some of the ground lost during this volatile week,” Schwab analysts summarized in a note.
After a session in the red, Wall Street was the scene of a hunt for good prices, which benefited some of the most battered titles in recent weeks.
The session also favored the action of Apple, highly sought after after its historic results published on Thursday (+6.98% to $170.33).
In a single session, the signature of the apple earned more than 180 billion dollars in capitalization.
After Apple, other Wall Street heavyweights, Microsoft and Alphabet, gained 2.81% and a 3.23% respectively.
He also starred in the day Visa +10.60%, which posted better results than analyst forecasts.