ROUNDUP / New York Stocks End: Record series continues – Dow over 36,000 points

Tuesday, 11/02/2021 9:26 PM from


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NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – On Wall Street, the record run went into the next round on Tuesday. Good quarterly reports were again cited as a positive argument for the positive state of the market, which set the Dow Jones Industrial record up to just under 36 089 points. Waiting for the Fed’s interest rate decision on Wednesday kept investors’ risk tolerance in check.

After the Dow Jones Industrial only briefly exceeded the 36,000 point mark the day before, he managed this feat to the end. The New York price barometer went 0.39 percent higher at 36,052.63 points from the trade. Other indices kept pace: the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 gained 0.42 percent to 15,972.49 points during the broad S&P 500 rose by 0.37 percent to 4630.65 counters.

The Euro fell back below the last competitive mark of $ 1.16 with the last paid $ 1.1581. The European Central Bank (ECB) had meanwhile set the reference rate at 1.1603 (Monday: 1.1578) dollars (dollar rate). The dollar cost 0.8619 (0.8637) euros.

US Treasury bond prices rose somewhat amid robust equity markets. The futures contract for ten-year Treasuries (T-Note-Future) rose by 0.30 percent to 131.05 points. The yield on ten-year paper fell to 1.54 percent./tih/he

— By Timo Hausdorf, dpa-AFX —


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