Wall Street closed this Wednesday in green and its main indicator, the Dow Jones Industrialrose 1.88%, thus relieving the Big Apple stock market after a week of heavy losses.
At the close of business on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones gained 548.75 points, up to 29 thousand 683.74 units, and the selectiveo S&P 500 added 1.97% or 71.75 integers, up to 3,719.04 points.
Both indexes had fallen for six straight days through Tuesday, and earlier this week the Dow joined the S&P 500 in a bear market.
For its part, the Nasdaq market composite index, which brings together the main technology companies, it rose 2.05% or 222.13 units, to 11,051.64 integers.
US stocks look increasingly under pressure from tightening financial conditionswhen central banks raise interest rates to combat inflation.
By sector, gains prevailed and they were led by energy companies (4.4%), communication (3.17%) and non-essential goods (2.81 percent).
Among the 30 listed companies in the Dow Jones index, the biggest gains were for Home Depot (+5.02%), Boeing (+4.65%) and Walt Disney (+3.7%).
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