The performance of US stock indices varied at the close of trading on Monday, as the “Dow Jones” and “S&P 500” fell, while “Nasdaq” closed alone on the rise.
Later this week, US CPI data will be released, which showed some signs of rising recently, which negatively affected the performance of Wall Street and the bond markets.
This, and US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen stated that the proposal of the administration of President “Joe Biden” to inject spending of up to 4 trillion dollars will have a positive impact on the largest economy in the world even if the interest rate is increased.
In the oil market, the futures contracts for US “NYMEX” crude for July delivery decreased by 0.6%, or 39 cents, and crude closed at $69.23 a barrel, and crude recorded the highest price at $70 and the lowest price at $68.6.
Brent crude futures for August delivery fell 0.6%, or 40 cents, and closed at $71.49 a barrel, with the highest price at $72.2 and the lowest at $71.1.
At the close of trading, Dow Jones decreased by 0.3% (equivalent to 126 points) to 34,630 points, and recorded the highest level at 34,820 points and the lowest level at 34574 points.
The “S&P 500” decreased by 0.1% (equivalent to 3 points) to 4226 points, and recorded the highest level at 4232 points and the lowest level at 4215 points.
Nasdaq rose 0.5% (equivalent to 67 points) to 13,881 points, and recorded the highest level at 13,889 points and the lowest level at 13,784 points.