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US Stocks touched record heights after having the lowest flump in two years couple of days before

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  • Saturday, November 1st, 2014 |
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US Stocks touched record heights after having the lowest flump in two years couple of days before. Image Courtesy – http://wwlp.com & http://www.businessinsider.in.

Prime U.S. stocks ended at a significant height. Aspirations of investors to earn higher in the season made this performance miraculous. However, IBM’s performance is not so encouraging with limited profit. IBM shares subsided 7.1% to $169.10, which was the sizable drag on the Dow and the S&P 500 as per Wall Street expectations.

Japan’s central bank increased its purchase of government bonds and other assets to boost up the third-largest economy of the world. It came as a blessing to the investors on Friday. The Bank of Japan tried to inject more yen into the economy, while the government of Japan failed to revive it after sales tax hike in the month of April. It is observed from various data charts that capacity of the consumer was decreasing with rising of unemployment problem, and extremely low inflation was immersing further. The government of Japan has an outlook to invigorate the economy by making inflation higher and encouraging people to spend more.

The average at Dow Jones industrial rose 195.1 points, or 1.13%, to 17,390.52, which was a record close. SPX reached 23.4 points, or 1.17%, to 2,018.05, also a record height. The Nasdaq Composite touched 64.60 points, or 1.41%, to 4,630.74.

Data from BAT Global Markets say that exchanging of hands of approximately 8.3 billion of the shares happened on the US stock exchanges in comparison to 7.8 billion of the average exchange for the month to date.

 

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