The index of technology companies has recovered 11,000 points, helped by advances from Tesla, Alphabet, Apple and Amazon.
Wall Street seeks to recover lost ground in recent days. The US stock indices have registered strong rises today after suffering one of the worst weeks of the year for the Nasdaq and the Dow Jones. In the case of S.
In the session on Tuesday, however, investors have leaned towards purchases and have given way to widespread increases. The Nasdaq has gained 2.51% and has closed at 11,069 points thanks to the push of the great technological values. Alphabet has soared 4.11% and has led the advances, followed by Apple (+3.28%), Microsoft (+2.46%) and Amazon (+2.32%). Meta (Facebook), however, has deflated 4.09%.
One of the leading companies of the day within the sector index has been Tesla, which has shot up 9.35% after announcing that it will lay off 3.5% of its workforce, instead of the 10% with which it threatened three weeks ago .
For its part, the Dow Jones has reached 30,530 points by gaining 2.15%. UnitedHealth (6.25%), Chevron (4.19%) and Merck (4.03%) have led the increases in the selective, while Walt Disney (-1.11%), Home Depot (-0.57 %) and Boeing (-0.04%) were the only companies in the index that closed in the red.
Despite the rise in US indicators, analysts call for caution. For example, Vital Knowledge's Adam Crisafulli has warned that this rally "should fade like all the other recovery attempts of late."
In the oil market, a barrel of West Texas, a reference in the US, falls to 110 dollars and an ounce of gold loses 1,840 dollars. The 10-year US bond yield falls to 3.29%.