The Dow Jones Industrial Average on the New York stock market on the 27th of the week rose for four consecutive business days due to expectations for the future of the economy, recovering to the $ 36,000 level for the first time in about a month and a half.

The closing price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average on the 27th, which was the deal since the 23rd due to the consecutive holidays of Christmas, was 36.302.38 cents, which is 351.82 cents higher than the 23rd before the holiday. It recovered to the $ 36,000 level for the first time in about a month and a half.



Buy orders increased due to expectations for sales during the holiday season, as well as some relief from the impact of the spread of the mutant virus Omicron strain on the global economy.



The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen for four consecutive business days, with a rise of more than $ 1,300 in four days.



The Nasdaq stock index, which has many IT-related stocks, also rose 1.3%, and the "S & P500", which is calculated from the stock prices of 500 major companies, reached a new high.



In the New York crude oil market, WTI futures, which is an international indicator of crude oil prices, temporarily rose to the $ 75 level per barrel.



Market officials said, "With widespread observations that sales during the year-end sales season are strong, many investors have placed buy orders in anticipation of the economic outlook. For the time being, personal consumption will be affected by the spread of the Omicron stock infection. Trends are likely to attract market attention. "

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