All significant indices increased Wednesday, led by the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which increased 3.44%to close above 23,000 for the very first time given that March 13.
Investors appeared heartened by comments made by National Institute of Allergy and Contagious Illness Director Anthony Fauci, who stated Wednesday that the U.S. death count from COVID-19 is lower than at first modeled. He warned that the death count will continue to climb even as brand-new cases slow.
The action Wednesday followed rallies previously this week Still, it should be noted that the Dow Jones Industrial Average still closed below yesterday’s high of 23,537
Here’s the breakdown at closing:
44%, or 779.71 points, to close at 23,433
58%, or 203.64 points, to close at 8,090
66%to close at $2678%to close at $29 Lyft’s share cost is still off– about 45%– from the year-to-date highs.
38%bump to close at $27%and 4.4%respectively.62%boost to close at $548
59%to close at $2359%to $5.15%to $7.
The index that we track keeping an eye on the group of companies, the Bessemer cloud index, shot 5.8%higher today, a big rally.