Wall Street optimistically began a week in which the United States and China are expected to sign the first phase of their trade agreement, which led to the record of two of their indicators: the selective S&P 500 and the Nasdaq index.
At the close of the session at the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones of Industrials rose 0.29% or 83.28 points, standing at 28,907 integers.
In maximums never seen, the S&P 500 rose 0.70% or 22.70 points, to 3,288.07; and the Nasdaq progressed a remarkable 1.07% or 95.07 integers, up to 9,273.93.
All sectors closed in green except for the sanitary (-0.35%), with considerable gains for basic materials (1.36%), technology (1.35%) and real estate (1.24%) .
The New York parquet counts the hours until Wednesday, when a delegation from the Chinese government goes to Washington to sign the first part of the trade agreement reached at the end of last year after months of tariff impositions.
Meanwhile, investors have applauded the news that the US He plans to remove China from the list of "currency manipulator" countries in which it was included last August, according to CNBC, and also that both governments have agreed to hold semi-annual talks, according to The Wall Street Journal.
This week, in addition, the main US banks will publish their quarterly and annual results, beginning a season of corporate accounts in which the markets look for clues about the health of the economy.
Among the 30 listed Dow Jones, Apple (2.14%), Cisco (1.78%), Dow (1.65%), Goldman Sachs (1.28%), Nike (1.27) rose %) and Microsoft (1.20%), among others.
A dozen firms closed in negative territory, led by UnitedHealth (-3.14%) and Walt Disney (-0.59%).
Outside that group, the rise of 19% of the food company Beyond Meat caught the eye, in the light of a report by the CFRA analysis firm that expects the "alternative meat" sector to reach 100,000 million globally of dollars in 2030.
In other markets, Texas oil yielded 1.6%, to $ 58.08; and at the close of Wall Street, gold fell to $ 1,549.20 an ounce, the yield of the 10-year Treasury bond rose to 1,842% and the dollar lost ground against the euro, with a change of 1,1135.