The Performance of the US Stocks
06.26.2019- Treasury Secretary Stephen Manuchen said trade negotiations with China led to a 90 percent agreement, and the rest could be reached after the Trump meeting and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping.
Trump praised the progress achieved in the negotiations with the Chinese side, saying that the two sides could reach an agreement.
In the crude market, West Texas rose 2.7% to close at $ 59.38 a barrel, its highest level in five weeks, and hit a high of $ 59.9 and a low of $ 58.6.
Brent rose 2.2% to $ 66.49 a barrel, the highest at $ 66.8 and the lowest at $ 65.6.
Government data showed US durable goods orders fell by 1.3% in May compared to expectations of a stable index.
At the end of the session, the Dow fell less than 0.1% (equivalent to 11 points) to 26536 points, the highest level at 26660 points and the lowest level at 26536 points.
The Nasdaq rose 0.3% (equivalent to 25 points) to 7910 points, the highest level at 7974 points and the lowest level at 7903 points.
Standard & Poor’s shed 0.1% (3 points) to 2,913 points, the highest level at 2932 points and the lowest level at 2912 points.