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Health sector moves into the Wall Street Plus

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Die New Yorker Wall Street. Quelle: ap

The New York Wall Street. Source: AP

HB NEW YORK. The decision sets the months of uncertainty for investors about the outcome of the first debate just ended. The debt crisis in Greece stressed however, continued to market. EU countries like France, Spain and Italy agree to urge Germany, a contingency plan for the Mediterranean country. They call for a sheathing at the latest at the EU summit on Thursday.

The Dow Jones index of the default close with a gain of 0.4 per cent to 10 785 points. In the trade over the benchmark index oscillated between 10 695 and 10 809 points. The broader S & P 500 Index gained 0.5 percent to 1165 points. The index of technology exchange Nasdaq put on 0.9 percent to 2395 points. The Dax in Frankfurt ended with a brief increase of 0.1 percent to 5987 points from the trade.

Above all, the health sector was in focus on Monday. Members of the U.S. House of Representatives voted on the night of Sunday with a narrow majority for the controversial health reforms, and bestowed on President Barack Obama to the greatest triumph of his previous term in office. Hospital assets, and the shares of pharmaceutical companies were among the winners. "The markets recorded surcharges, because the uncertainty is removed," reasoned an analyst Marc Pado, Cantor Fitzgerald, the development. Now be aware of who belongs to the winners of the reform.

The papers of the world’s largest pharmaceutical company Pfizer rose by 1.4 percent. MerckShares prices were up by 0.6 percent. The legitimate for a dividend receipts of the insurer Aetna gained 0.5 percent, the shares of Wellcare Health Plans increased by 1.6 percent.

After initial losses, the shares of Tiffany & Co. gained 0.3 percent. The prognosis of the jeweler for the year exceeded expectations of analysts. In addition, the renowned jewelry dealer in the fourth quarter earnings jump was made. Among the Dow’s biggest winners was BoeingPapers. They put the price target to be upgraded by Barclays 1.7 per cent. The shares of the software group Oracle rose 1.5 percent. The company will publish this week’s quarterly results.

On the New York Stock Exchange, nearly 0.95 billion shares changed hands. 2005 Values to lay, 1015 gave way and 136 remained unchanged. At the Nasdaq closed on sales of 2.32 billion shares in 1732 plus titles, 970 in the red and 99 unchanged.

The ten-year government bonds rose in late trading on 09/32 at 99-24/32 points. They yielded 3.663 percent. The 30-year bond gained 01/32 to 100-28/32 counter. This resulted in a yield of 4.575 percent.