US stocks rose for the first time in more than two months after US President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at 23,824, the S&P 500 rose 2.1 points, the Nasdaq Composite gained 6.7 points, and the Russell 2000 gained 5.6 points.
The Dow was the highest it’s been in more that a week, with the S & P 500 also the highest since the start of the year.
The Nasdaq also rose, with its gains after the president’s withdrawal.
Wall Street was in the middle of a “great bull market” that had been sparked by the Federal Reserve’s latest interest rate hike, according to analysts at Wells Fargo Securities.
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The S &s S&p 500 index rose 2 percent to 2,837.42.
The Russell 2000 rose 1.9 percent to 3,908.03.
The Nasdaq rose 2 points, or 0.5 percent, to 5,731.08.
The Russell 2000 index rose 3.4 points, with gains after Trump’s decision to withdraw from the trade deal, to 1,569.47.
The Dow Jones fell 2.2 percent to 23,723.98, the Dow is down 2.4 percent.
The S&ps Dow Jones Indices fell 1.6 percent to 20,567.96, the Russell is down 0.7 percent.