© Reuters. THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE ENDS HIGHER
(Reuters) – The New York stock Exchange ended Monday on the rise of 2.32% under the impetus of Boeing (NYSE:), which began certification flights of the 737 MAX, while the investors prefer to keep the hope of a recovery in the global scale, despite fears of a worsening of the health situation.
The index has gained 580,25 points to 25.595,8.
The S&P-500, wider, took 44,19 points, or 1.47 per cent, to 3 053,24.
The rose on his side of 118,25 points (1,20%) to 9.874,15 points.
The spread of the coronavirus continues to accelerate in the United States, which has forced the authorities in california in order to turn the bars closed in some counties, including Los Angeles.
At the closing, Boeing earned more than 14%. A 737 MAX took off Monday from an airport in the environs of Seattle for a series of certification flights over three days, a crucial step to enable the aircraft manufacturer to overcome a crisis that has made it waver.
The template for success Boeing is prohibited from flight around the world since the two devices are crushed in 2018 and 2019, five months apart, killing 346 people, in total, in Ethiopia and in Indonesia. These two disasters have triggered a series of lawsuits and investigations parliamentarians who have deprived the company of a valuable source of income.
(Chuck Mikolajczak, French version Jean-Philippe Lefief)
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