The New York Stock Exchange started the second session of the week on positive ground, with increases of around 1%.
The industrialist Dow Jones advances 1,09%, to 29.963,18 points; the S&P 500 gains 1,08%, to 3.660,60 points; and the technological Nasdaq rises 0,82%, to 12.298,66 points.
Moderna continues to stand out, with securities soaring 10,89% to $ 169,37, after, the day before, it requested the emergency use of the vaccine against Covid-19 in the United States and Europe.
Another rising pharmaceutical company is Pfizer, which also developed a vaccine against the new coronavirus in partnership with BioNTech. Like Moderna, Pfizer also called for the emergency use of its drug. As a result, stocks are now up 4,62% to $ 40,08.
Tesla continues with the earnings trend. This Tuesday, the shares of the electric car maker Elon Musk are benefiting from its inclusion in the S&P 500 index as of December 21st. The market responded well to this announcement and Tesla is now trading at $ 583,87, following the 2,87% appreciation.
Conversely, Shopify loses 1,17% to $ 1.077,70, although the ecommerce retailer has announced that sales during black friday and cyber monday have risen 76% to $ 5,1 billion.
In the case of raw materials, the price of oil is negotiating lower on the sides of the Atlantic. In London, the Brent barrel, a world reference, drops 0,40% to $ 47,69. In the United States, WTI loses 0,79% to $ 44,98.