The New York Stock Exchange ended up with the highest fan on Wednesday. The S & P 500 increased by 2.1 percent, the biggest daily rise since the late 1980s elections. The technicians drove.
The result Medieval elections in the US, where Democrats in the House of Representatives received the majority, while the Republicans were preserved by the Senate. The S & P 500 ended up with 2.1 percent, which is the best daily increase since the mid-term elections since 1982.
Dow Jones rose 2.1 percent, while the Nasdaq 100 was stronger, up 3.1 percent.
FAANG ran after the stubborn start of the week. The big E-commerce giant Amazon increased its uninterrupted power and finished just under 6.9 percent with the streaming giant Netflix hacked in the heel with an increase of 5.4 percent.
Pharmaceutical company Davita, where Warren Buffets Berkshire Hathaway is the main owner with a 23% job, he had a special reason for celebrating voters in California voting on a proposal to limit how many businesses can earn money on dialysis patients.
Davita, who spent $ 66.6 million for a campaign against the proposal, climbed 10.1 percent.
Cenete and Wellcare Health Plans also belonged to the electoral body after the initiative to extend the health insurance system in several countries won the mark in Tuesday's elections. Shares increased by 9.2 percent or 7.4 percent.
Two small businesses like recently submitted weaker reports than investors in the lower layer of the S & P 500. Clothing brand Michael Kors finished 14.6 percent, while makeup company Coty was 22.6 percent.
According to the quarterly report, the Cimarex energy company offered the strongest rise, which showed that oil production increased by 13 percent during the quarter, while the company repeated its previous investment forecast. The stock rose by 12 percent.