Wall Street closed with records in its three leading indicators.

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source: today.in-24.com

The Dow Jones Industrials rose 0.24% or 83.29 points, the selective S&P 500 also rose 0.24% or 10.52 units and the Nasdaq market composite index, meanwhile, rose a slight 0, 03% or 3.72 integers.

Wall Street closed this Monday with records in its three leading indicators amid expectations for the quarterly results of large technology companies and awaiting the meeting of the US Federal Reserve.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.24 percent, or 83.29 points, to 35,144.84, according to provisional results at the end of trading on the New York Stock Exchange. The Select S&P 500 also rose 0.24% or 10.52 units to 4,422.31.

Meanwhile, the Nasdaq market composite index rose a slight 0.03% or 3.72 integers and ended at 14,840.71.

The New York parquet turned a session that had started in the red and managed to link its second consecutive day of records, with investors more concerned about technology results than about the epidemiological situation.

The electric car giant Tesla published its results after the bell ringing today, so the stock market reaction is expected tomorrow. In the coming days, the "Big Tech" Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook, and Amazon will follow. As well as the "Big Oil," Exxon Mobil, and Chevron.

By sectors, the most significant advance was for energy (2.5%), followed by basic materials (0.88%) and non-essential goods (0.77%), and the most significant loss for sanitation (-0 62%), while technology companies remained almost unchanged (-0.02%).

On the other hand, the market awaits the Federal Open Market Committee meeting to be held between Tuesday and Wednesday in search of clues about a possible withdrawal of stimulus and to know its economic perspectives.

Dow Inc. (3.16%), Intel (2.47%), Chevron (2.11%), and Boeing (1.95%) were the biggest gainers out of the 30 listed in the Dow Jones.

They fell especially Amgen (-1.07%), UnitedHealth (-1%), Nike (-0.76%) and Home Depot (-0.50%).

In addition, cryptocurrencies experienced substantial rises this Monday, with bitcoin touching $ 40,000, encouraged by the possibility that Amazon is looking to expand its presence in this market and ethereum soaring to the level of $ 2,300.

In other markets, Texas oil fell to $ 71.91 a barrel, and at the close of Wall Street, gold fell to $ 1,798.10 an ounce, the 10-year Treasury bond rose to 1.293%, and the dollar lost ground against the euro, with a change of 1.1804.