Dow Jones at the end of trading environment has reached a historic high, exceeding the psychologically important mark of 20 000 points, the NASDAQ indexes and S&P 500 also set a record, according to the auction.
According to preliminary data, the Dow Jones has grown on 0,78% — to 20 068,51 points, the index high-tech NASDAQ companies — 0.99%, to 5656,34 points, the index of wide market S&P 500 0.8% to 2298,37 points.
Markets reacted positively to a number of decrees trump, including on health, which implies a gradual abolition of the reform of Obamacare, made in 2010 by the previous President of the United States Barack Obama. In addition, trump has signed decrees about the US withdrawal from the agreement on the TRANS-Pacific partnership, the introduction of a moratorium on hiring new Federal employees, as well as on the resumption of the project of construction of two pipelines — the Keystone and Dakota Access.
In addition, on Tuesday trump met with the heads of the so-called Detroit “Big three” automakers — Chrysler, General Motors and Ford. He said he intends to soften regulations in the field of environment, lower taxes and create favorable conditions for producers.
“Clarity is like oxygen for the market. The more reveals a President trump, the more likely the Dow at the level of 20,000 points takes a back seat – level in 21000 will soon become a new obsession of the media,” — said a market strategist at Prudential Financial Quincy Crosby (Quincy Krosby), whose words are quoted by the Agency MarketWatch.
The net loss of the American Alcoa Corporation for the fourth quarter decreased 6.9% in annual terms — up to $ 129 million. Diluted loss per share amounted to 0.68 dollar vs. 4.52 dollar per share a year earlier.
The net profit of the concern Boeing for the quarter grew by 1.58% to 1,631 billion, or 2.59 dollars per share 1.51 against the dollar for the fourth quarter of 2015. The experts expected the indicator at the level of 2.35 dollars per share. By the end of 2017, Boeing expects earnings per share in the amount of 10.25-10.45 dollar per share.