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Wall Street advances on trade war truce

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The ceasefire sparked a broad rally, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average .DJI touching a session high of more than two months. Small-cap Russell 2000 hitting a record high in the fourth session.

U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, said on Sunday that the United States and China have agreed to let their collective threats. While China on Monday, a significant choose praised back tension.“I suspect that we will continue to trend higher sans some major disappointing news,” said Gordon Charlop, managing Director of Rosenblatt Securities in New York.

“This is an indication of what we will see in the near term, because we are meeting by the result, it is relatively easy to macro-data, and with the geopolitics, as it seems, some of the emotion was reduced, between now and the Korean summit.”

The S&P Industry .SPLRCI advanced 0.8 percent. Boeing (BA.N), which is about a quarter of the commercial planes sold to Chinese customers, jumped by 3.4 percent, the biggest percentage winners on the Dow and the repeal of the blue-chip index higher.

General Electric (GE.N) advanced 2.6 percent to $merge 11.1 billion deal of its Transport business with rail equipment maker Wabtec (WAB.N), which jumped 4.2 percent.

Still, not all of US-executives were satisfied with the trade, war, truce, some warn that Washington, it would be difficult to meet again to build up momentum, what do you see as worrying Chinese policy.

Micron (MU.O) rose 3.9 percent, the most on the S&P, according to the chipmaker, the current quarter and raised forecasts.

The easing of the trade dispute intensified, the semiconductor manufacturer whose main customers are Chinese companies, with the Philadelphia-chip index .SOX win 0.9 per cent. In The Technology Sector .SPLRCT to 0.8 percent.

Tesla (TSLA.O) jumped 2.9 percent to a pricing model 3 full version loaded and brokerage Berenberg raised its already bullish price target.

Regional lender MB Financial (MBFI.O) jumped be bought 13.3 percent, according to the agreement, for $4.87 billion of Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB.O) fell 7.8 percent, the biggest percentage decliner on the S&P.

On the downside, Celgene fell by 3.6 percent and hit a four-year low, dragging on the Nasdaq Biotech index .NBI 0.8 percent lower.

The S&P index recorded 32 new 52-week highs and 3 new lows, while the Nasdaq recorded 149 new highs and 26 new lows.

Reporting Medha Singh in Bangalore; editing by Sriraj Kalluvila
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