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Elections in the United States: a Clear recovery in the share price on the New York stock exchange on the day of the election

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Significant recovery in the share price on the New York stock exchange on the day of the election

The “Fearless Girl” in front of the New York Stock Exchange is hoping for a clear election result. Photo: Bryan Smith/ZUMA Wire/dpa

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The US stock markets show on the day of the presidential election to be optimistic. Stockbrokers, the buying mood is to justify the hope that a clear election result.

The US stock markets have continued on the day of the US presidential election the road to recovery after the closeout of the previous week.

A wave of optimism schwappe to Wall Street that the outcome of the election will not bring major uncertainties, said a portfolio Manager. Positive stimuli were provided by the Oil prices, which recorded their largest increase since a month.

The Dow Jones Industrial castle on Tuesday 2.06 percent higher at 27.480,03 points, after he had settled at the start of the week already by 1.6 percent. The market breadth the S&P 500 gained 1.78 per cent on 3369,16 points. The Nasdaq 100 advanced 1.76 percent to 11.279,91 counter.

Stockbrokers justified the buying mood of investors with increased hopes that a clear election result in the United States. The last polls before the election, the Democrats Joe Biden a head start. In view of the electoral system but predictions with a large degree of uncertainty. Biden should be President and the Democrats win the majority in the Senate, could be the financial policy much looser and the state investments are on the increase.

The most attractive sectors were financial and industrial stocks with a Gain of 2.2 or 2.9 per cent. The investors that these sectors would have after the election, particularly good opportunities for development, it said.

Under the single values, the share of Paypal were in the spotlight. The Online payment service benefits in the Corona-crisis from the Trend for shopping on the Internet, exceeding its quarterly expectations of the analysts. The investor made but this year is already a very well-run equity Fund, so that the papers declined by 4.2 per cent and at the end of the Nasdaq-100 Index rankings.

Nutrien are indeed optimistic for further business growth. However, under the line of the fertilizer group generated due to a high depreciation in the phosphate business loss. According to Analyst Adam Samuelson of Goldman Sachs, the clean operating result was disappointing, also due to the weaker business with nitrogen and phosphates. The papers of Nutrien lost 7.7 percent.

The this Thursday a planned record-breaking IPO of China’s Alibaba affiliate Ant Group will be postponed for an indefinite period of time. The debuts in Shanghai and Hong Kong are exposed to, said Ant. The Finanzarm of the world’s largest Chinese Online trading platform wanted to record with the IPO, around 34.5 billion dollars. Alibaba-papers fell to 8.1 percent from.

For the shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb, it was up 2.9 percent. The pharmaceutical company presented positive trial data on a drug for the treatment of psoriasis.

The Euro held in the US business above the mark of $ 1.17 and was most recently 1,1716 US Dollar. The European Central Bank (ECB) had the reference course on Tuesday afternoon on 1,1702 (Monday: 1,1652) dollars. The Dollar had cost so 0,8546 (0,8582) Euro. On the bond market, the futures contract for ten-year Treasuries (T-Note Futures) fell by 0.21 percent to 138,01 points. The yield on the ten-year bond rose to 0.90 percent.

Matthew Velter
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With 5 years of experience as an editor, Matthew has been a crucial part of eTrendy Stock since its inception. He looks after the editing of news content published on eTrendy Stock. Apart from investing his time in editing, he also provides well-researched news articles for the U.S. niche. Mathew studied at University of central Florida.

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