Wall Street goes against European exchanges and opens in 'green'

The industrialist Dow Jones opened to increase 0,12% to 27,087 points, the financial S&P 500 rose 0,01% to 3,316 points while the technological Nasdaq follows the trend to increase 0,13% to 11,106 points.

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Wall Street stock indexes started trading on Thursday, August 6, trading on positive ground, contrary to the sentiment of European stock exchanges.

The industrialist Dow Jones opens up 0,12% to 27,087 points, the financial S&P 500 rises 0,01% to 3,316 points while the technological Nasdaq follows the trend by valuing 0,13% to 11,106 points.

“Within the business community, I would like to highlight the positive reactions of Zynga, Viacomcbs and Bristol-Myers after reporting results. Roku and Western Digital, however, react negatively to the figures released, ”says Ramiro Loureiro, market analyst at Millennium investment banking.

Ramiro Loureiro points out that there are fewer applications for unemployment benefits in the United States, down from 1,3 million applications, as American analysts had predicted several weeks ago.

The analyst also points out that “the statements by China's top diplomat stating that the United States tried to start a new Cold War between the two largest economies in the world. The Chinese State Councilor and Minister of Foreign Affairs also said that relations between the two countries face the biggest challenge since the establishment of diplomatic ties, blaming the USA for this deterioration ”.

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