On Friday, July 30, the US stocks climbed led by the Dow Jones. Meanwhile, the world stock markets were mixed as the EU was up and the Asia Pacific fell.
On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average recovered yesterday’s losses by rising 0.44% with a net gain of $153.60. This sent the stocks higher at $35,085 per share.
Its best performers include Travelers Cos. Inc. which jumped 1.40% or 2.06 points to $148.88 per share.
This was followed by Chevron Corp and Intel Corp which both hopped 1.37% or 1.39 points to $102.57 and 1.19% or 0.63 points to $53.70, respectively.
Likewise, the S&P 500 also bounced back from its yesterday’s fall by soaring 0.42% with a net increase of $18.51. This sent the stocks above to $4,419 per share.
The benchmark’s gains were led by Align Technology Inc which progressed 8.86% or 55.11 points to $676.98 per share.
It was followed by Xilinx Inc. and Yum! Brands Inc. which both ameliorated 6.29% or 8.71 points to $147.25 and 6.28% or 7.70 points to $130.31, respectively.
Consequently, the NASDAQ Composite Index continued its yesterday’s gain by rallying 0.11% with a net addition of $15.68. This sent the stocks up at $14,778 per share.
Its top performers were led by Xenetic BioSciences Inc. which boosted 65.11% or 2.09 points to $5.30 per share.
This was followed by Intec Parent Inc. and NanoVibronix Inc. which both smashed 48.09% or 4.40 points to $26.18% or 0.50 points to $2.41, respectively.
Global Stocks Mixed
Furthermore, the MSCI Global Index climbed 0.66% with a net gain of $20.33. This ended up sending the stocks higher at $3,089.82 per share.
However, the world stocks have been mixed since the Asia Pacific stock market crashed led by Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index which crashed 2.10% or 553.30 points to $25,762 per share.
In addition, Japan’s Nikkei 225, South Korea’s KOSPI, and Australia’s ASX 200 all fluctuated 1.56% to $432.23, 1.01% to $32.77, and 0.01% to $7,417, respectively.
Meanwhile, in Europe, Germany’s DAX and MDAX Performance Index both rose 0.45% to $70.11 and 0.21% to $72.22, respectively.
Additionally, London’s FTSE 100 Index and FTSE All Share Index both jumped 0.88% or 61.79 points to $7,078 and 0.75% or 30.04 points to $4,054, respectively.