The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a high on Monday, but the index recorded four consecutive rising sessions, but the Best Equity Index fell well below the highest level of the session, and the S & P 500 and Nasdaq Composite Index fell. bottom. In particular, small-capitalization stocks soared in the session, supported by rising energy stocks, supported by rising crude oil prices.
It has risen to the highest level in about 3 years.Dow
It closed at 34,870, up about 71 points (0.2%), well below the daytime peak of 35,061.12. Four consecutive sessions of good equities coincided with the longest series of rises since the period ended on August 25th. S & P500 Index
The Nasdaq Composite Index finished at 4,443 with 0.3%.
Temporarily, the session ended at 14,970, down 0.5%.Meanwhile, the small Russell 2000 Index
It increased by more than 1% in the session.Equity movements have come as benchmark 10-year government bonds
30-year government bond yield reached 1.5%, the highest level since June
It exceeded 2%, the highest level since mid-August.
The Dow recorded the longest streak in two months, but the rise diminished at the end of Monday and the S & P 500 and Nasdaq fell.
Source link The Dow recorded the longest streak in two months, but the rise diminished at the end of Monday and the S & P 500 and Nasdaq fell.