Wall Street opens mixed and Dow Jones rises 0.18% pending in Ukraine

New York, 25 Mar Wall Street opened this Friday on mixed ground and the Dow Jones Industrial, its main indicator, rose by 0.18% with the market pending the evolution of the war in Ukraine and the increase in inflation.
A quarter of an hour after the start of operations on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones advanced 63.57 points to 34,771.51, while the selective S&P 500 rose by 0.11% or 5.01 integers, to 4,525.17.
For its part, the Nasdaq index, which brings together the most important technological ones, was the only one operating in the negative and cut by 0.21% or 29.16 units, to 14,162.68.
The New York parquet seems set to close its second consecutive week of profits despite nervousness over the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which began a month ago, and the tightening of monetary policy in the United States.
Precisely, the yield of the US 10-year Treasury bond rose to 2.47% this morning because of expectations that the Federal Reserve will apply a more aggressive interest rate hike to control inflation, experts say.
Meanwhile, oil was slowing its price after Washington and the European Union agreed on Friday to increase exports of liquefied natural gas to the alliance to reduce its dependence on Russian hydrocarbons.
By sector, profits predominated and were led by financial companies (0.71%), essential goods (0.34 per cent) and communications (0.33%), while only technology (-0.25 per cent) and non-essential goods (-0.20%) operated in red.
Among the thirty Dow Jones securities, the advances of Boeing (0.78%), IBM (0.77%), American Express (0.77%) and Honeywell (0.76%) stood out, as well as Intel (-1.38%) and Home Depot (-1.10%) losses.
In other markets, Texas oil fell to $110.88 per barrel, gold fell to $1,947.10 per ounce and the dollar lost ground against the euro, with a change of 1.1013.

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