Wall Street opened today with profit in a weekly opening of the optimistic market that saw this midnight close one of the chapters of the largest commercial tension between the US. and Canada with a new agreement from NAFTA.
Half an hour after the opening, the main indicator of Wall Street, the industrial Dow Jones, 0.90% to 26,696.30 integers; while the S & P 500 it rose 0.72% and amounted to 2,934.83 units.
On the other hand, the composite index of the market Nasdaq, in which the most important technological groups are listed, scored an increase of 0.67% to 8,100.31 points.
The vast majority of the sectors stood up and led the profit in base materials (1.35%), followed by industrial (1.14%) and energy (0.83%).
Meanwhile, some of the few affected sectors were public utilities (-0.56%), followed by real estate (-0.17%).
Of the 30 shares included in the Dow Jones, DowDuPont (1.80%), Boeing (1.42%), Apple (1.37%) and Chevron (1.67%) stood out. Only two companies were down: Intel (-0.34%) and Coca-Cola (-0.10%).