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NEW YORK (dpa-AFX) – With the exception of the Dow Jones Industrial (Dow Jones 30 Industrial), the most important US stock indices continued their record run on Monday. Among other things, President Joe Biden withdrew from veto plans over the weekend against the bipartisan agreement on the US $ 1.2 trillion economic stimulus plan if another Democratic spending plan did not pass Congress. There was also a lot of positive news from the tech sector.
The Wall Street Index Dow ended trading with minus 0.44 percent to 34 283.27 points. The market-wide S&P 500 increased by 0.23 percent to 4290.61 counters. The NASDAQ 100 gained 1.25 percent to 14,524.98 points and the broad Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQ Composite Index) also closed with around one percent and reached a new record.
There was little to be felt about worries about increasing corona infection numbers worldwide due to the particularly contagious Delta variant. The US labor market report due this Friday also seems a long way off for investors for the time being. The data generally play an important role for the Monetary policy the central bank Fed./ck/men