Wall Street opens today on a mixed note, pending the plenary session of Fed Chair Jerome Powell and US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 12 points at the opening session, by 0.1%. The S&P 500 moved 0.2% higher, and the Nasdaq Composite rose 0.4%.
Today’s trading is affected by the end of the quarter, with shares ending their best season in more than a decade, despite the collapse that affected them in the first quarter. Shares are rising, supported by strong monetary easing measures.
Among the stocks that are moving strongly today:
Boeing records a drop of 4.2% as the Norwegian airline, Air Chatel, announces the cancellation of orders for 97 aircraft, most of them 737 Max.
Uber shares are up 3.8% after reports of its acquisition of food delivery company Postmates for $ 2.6 billion.