Wall Street opens in the green with Dow Jones rising more than 1%

Shares on the Wall Street Stock Exchange opened higher on Wednesday, with a surprise quarterly profit from Disney, which causes a rise in shares which at this time is + 8,70%.


The New York Stock Exchange opened higher on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones at this time (14:58 pm) rising 1,02% to 27.101,2 points.

The S&P 500 appreciated 0,50% to 3.323,13 points and the Nasdaq increased 0,36% to 10.980,2 points.

US stocks opened higher on Wednesday, with a surprise quarterly profit from Disney, which causes a rise in shares that is now at + 8,70%, and a series of positive balance sheets by companies in the insurance industry. health raising sentiment ahead of service sector data, reports Reuters.

In today's session, the US and China are due to review the Phase I trade agreement in mid-August.

It should also be noted that China has pledged to increase purchases of US goods by about $ 200 billion. Because, "given the global recession caused by the coronavirus, the Asian country is behind the target having increased by only 77 billion", says in one of its analyzes of the market, Ramiro Loureiro from Millennium BCP.


Wall Street closes down despite improvement in confidence indicator

The preliminary value of the consumer confidence index, measured by the University of Michigan, pointed to an increase in the indicator in September, from 74,1 to 78,9, surpassing the 75 anticipated by analysts. But the actions did not reflect the optimism of consumption.

Lisbon Stock Exchange closes in fall. Banking penalizes IBEX

Banking was penalized in the Iberian Peninsula. This the day after the merger of CaixaBank with Bankia was approved and after the ECB announced that it will allow eurozone banks to become more indebted due to “exceptional circumstances”.

Wall Street remains low in the last session of the week

The top three indices on the New York Stock Exchange fall after a mixed session start. Tesla's shares are up 5%, after revising upwards. The airline Delta, on the other hand, sees its shares drop 1,47%, after reaching a provisional agreement with the pilots union to reduce at least 220 licenses.