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U.S. Stocks have shown a significant increase today after European leaders agreed that reducing the concern for the banks fail. They also said they plan to establish a single supervisory authority for banks in the eurozone. They agreed that in the euro area mortgage fund should be able to directly raise capital to help banks without increasing public debt.
After this statement the shares Bank of America Corporation (BAC) rose by 4.1%. At the same time, Alcoa Inc (AA) added more than 1.65% as the price of goods rose amid falling U.S. dollar. Shares of the company Nike Inc (NKE), which is the largest sporting goods company, fell 7.39% to 89.73% after a report showed an unexpected decline in profits for the first time since 2009.
U.S. stocks continued to rise even after data showed U.S. consumer spending was unchanged in May, and the final index of sentiment, University of Michigan fell to 73.2 in June from 79.3.
As part of DOW index, all but one of the company show a positive trend. The leaders of the growth of United Technologies Corp. (UTX, +3.77%), Boeing Co. (BA, +3.24%), Bank of America Corporation (BAC, 3.10%), Hewlett-Packard Company (HPQ, 2.87%). Reducing the company's stock show only JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM, -0,53%).
Branches in the context of the S & P 500 all the sectors show significant growth .. It is better to look all sectors of industrial goods (2.9%), building materials (+2.8%) and the conglomerate sector (2.7%). The smallest increase in the municipal sector shows (0.5%)
Shares of Ford Motor Co (F) fell 4.56% to $ 9.63. The second-largest automaker in the U.S. said that operating profit before tax would be "significantly lower" in the second quarter because of losses abroad have tripled during the first three months of the year.
Shares of Research In Motion Ltd (RIM) fell to $ 7.67 after reporting a loss and delay the next operating system BlackBerry. It was also stated that the company will cut 5,000 jobs.
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