Hesitant start to Wall Street after a series of losses

Wall Street indexesThe leading indexes on Wall Street started the trading session on Friday tentatively. The investors are still wary about the intentions of the U.S. Federal Reserve to reduce monetary stimulus.
Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.10% to 15754.42. The broader index S & P 500 was almost unchanged as inferior minimum of 0.01% to 1775.35. Telecommunications and energy companies represent the worst so far, while consumer goods companies – best among the 10 sector indexes. The technological Nasdaq Composite rose 0.11% to 4002.92 points. Producer prices in USA declined for the third consecutive month in November, despite signs of possible stabilization annually. To the Ministry of Labor of the United States showed that the index of producer prices has declined by 0.1% last month after falling 0.2% in October and that of 0.1% in September. Last Meter fell in three consecutive months at the end of 2012. The analysts believe that low inflation will force the Fed to keep the size of their incentives. Federal open market committee (FOMC) to the central bank will meet on 17-18 December to determine the future of monetary policy.
The shares of Texas Industries rose 10.84% ​​to 64.9 USD after Bloomberg quoted anonymous sources as saying that the company is considering options for its development, including sale. Adobe Systems added 10.54% to its market capitalization after the news that in the fourth quarter, the company has reported more customers than expected. The shares of Microsoft dropped by 0.91% to 36.7 USD per launch. For the position of director apparently has a new candidate. This is the chief operating officer of Qualcomm. The shares of General Motors Co. added 0.21% to its value to 40.2 USD after the news about what is happening between the concern and the French automaker Peugeot. GM will be divided by 7% stake.
The USD appreciated against major currencies of major US trading partners. He recorded five-year high against the yen today. The yields on 10-year bonds fell to 2.87%. On the New York Stock Exchange the price of crude oil futures fell 1% to 96.50 USD per barrel. The gold futures rose 0.7% to 1233.50 USD.

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