US stocks rise on Trump’s ‘buy American, hire American’ policy


The U.S. Stock Market rose 1.7% Thursday on President Donald Trump’s push to increase hiring of American workers and boost exports.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 24.05 points, or 0.8%, to 21,867.21.

The S&P 500 gained 6.4%, or 1.2%, to 2,972.07.

The Nasdaq composite gained 10.9%, or 2.2%.

The Nasco index of companies in the sector rose 3.7%, or 0% to 1,906.07, while the Russell 2000 index of the S&amps closed down 3.4%.

Read more: Dow Jones was up 2.9% for the day.

The broader S&ams climbed 2.5% to 2.4824, and the Russells rose 1% to 9,521.57.

The S&am gained 1.6% for Friday.

The Russells gained 1%.

The Russell gained 2.1% for Saturday.

The Nasdaq gained 1%, and the Nasco gained 1% for Sunday.

The Index of International Securities closed down 0.5%.

The Nasco is the biggest exchange-traded fund in the world and the most active U.K.-based exchange-linked fund.

It is one of the world’s most popular index funds.

The Dow closed at 21,942.47.

The Russells closed at 1,949.85.

The US Stock Market is the world capital of exchange traded funds.

The ETFs are often referred to as index funds and have a diversified portfolio of assets that can be purchased by many investors worldwide.

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