New York – Wall Street closed the trading session this Friday in green and dismissed a positive month in June in which its three main indicators have been revalued around 7%, also closing a first half of the year with earnings just before the meeting between the US leaders and China in the G20.
At the end of the day on the New York Stock Exchange, the Industrial Dow Jones advanced 0.28% or 73.38 points, to 26,599.96 integers, driven by two of the major US banking groups, JPMorgan Chase (2.71%) and Goldman Sachs (2.61%).
The oil companies ExxonMobil (1.08%) and Chevron (0.95%) also stood out among the 30 largest listed companies in the country, as well as the industrial 3M (1.06%), while Dow (-3) fell especially , 30%), followed distantly by Cisco (-1.79%) and Johnson & Johnson (-1.15%).
The selective S & P 500 advanced 0.58% or 16.84 points, to 2,941.76, while the composite index of the Nasdaq market, which brings together the main technology companies, advanced 0.48% or 38.49 units, standing at 8,006.24 integers and overcoming a psychological barrier.
By sectors, all in green, the most benefited was the financial, which scored a 1.40% aupado by the large bank, after passing the stress tests of the Federal Reserve and obtain their approval to boost their dividends and programs repurchase of shares.