Wall Street ripples week off; Deere is doing very well | Financial

The Dow Jones index ends fractionally higher at 31494 points. The broad S & P500 drops 0.2% to 3906.7 points. Nasdaq tech exchange advances 0.1% to 13,874 points.

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen urges to speed up the rollout of the massive fiscal stimulus package given the weak US labor market data.

Tesla loses 0.7%. The electric car manufacturer had to give up ground earlier this week.

Applied Materials shoots up 5.3% after better than expected results at the chip company.

Uber drops 1%. The taxi service is required in the United Kingdom to pay a minimum wage for its drivers.

The builder of agricultural machines such as tractors and combine harvesters Deere also opened the books. The results over the past period and the forecasts were well received by investors, as the share gained 9.6%.


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