The New York parquet, whose gains at the opening had lost strength in the central section of the session, reacted with increases to the central bank's strategy.
Investors were waiting for the minutes of the Federal Reserve, which were released today, and these have been to the liking of the market. The senior officials of the US central bank were favorable in their last meeting to two increases in interest rates of 0.50% basis points in the June and July meetings, increases with which they hope to contain inflation.
"There's nothing new in that, but the markets didn't want to hear anything more aggressive than what had already been exposed," said Peter Boockvar, chief investment officer at Bleakley Advisory Group.
In this way, the minutes of the Fed have served as a stimulus to Wall Street, which after a bullish start to the session had seen its advances erased. The main US indices accelerate their climb, with the Nasdaq scoring gains that exceed 2%.
For its part, the Dow Jones rose 0.8% to 32,200 points. American Express, Home Depot and Boeing lead the gains in the selective, while Procter
In the oil market, the barrel of Wes Texas, a reference in the US, recovers 110 dollars, while the ounce of gold falls to 1,853 dollars. The 10-year US bond yield stands at 2.748%.