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Wall Street starts higher after inflation and subsidies

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A tonic start for Wall Street, with investors looking at the macro data that arrived today. The penultimate session of the week kicks off in positive territory, with the Dow Jones climbing 0.8% to 34,726 points, the S & P500 climbing 0.62% to 4241 points (trading above its record on May 7th. ) and the Nasdaq which shows a rise of 0.61% and approaches 14 thousand points.
Market mover of the day on the markets US inflation which in May showed a monthly growth of 0.6% and increased by 5% on an annual basis. Another update that is very popular from week to week is that of new applications for unemployment benefits. In the week ending June 5, 2021, initial jobless claims slipped to 376,000 from 385,000 in the previous week. Expectations were equal to + 370 thousand units.

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