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The New York Stock Exchange rose slightly on Thursday, bolstered by better-than-expected results from Cisco and Walmart and US indexes.
In Toronto, shortly after the opening, S & P / TSX Composite Index 0.26%, or 41 points, at a level of 16,359 points.
The composite index S & P 500 Advanced 0.42%, or 12 points, to 2863 points.
Dow Jones, The New York Stock Price Index rose 0.44%, or 111 points, to 25,759 points.
The Nasdaq Rose 0.46%, or 35 points, to 7857 points.
Wall Street ended sharply on Wednesday, the possibility of deferring taxes and American import penalties for the automotive industry skips against the background of mixed indicators on the economy in China and the United States: the Dow Jones climbed 0.45% and the Nasdaq index gained 1.13%. To close the trading session on Wednesday.
Investors on Thursday welcomed the higher-than-expected figures of Walmart (3.16%), with net profit soaring 80% in the first quarter, and Cisco's communications equipment provider (+5.01), two Dow Jones.
US health data released on Wednesday helped ease disappointing data released the previous day on retail sales and industrial production.
Housing starts rebounded more than expected in April, while weekly jobless claims fell less than expected for the week ending May 11th.
Investors continued to monitor tensions between China and the United States.
Last hit: US President Donald Trump on Wednesday banned the US telecommunications networks to provide equipment to foreign companies are considered at risk, a measure of the first "national emergency" targeting China and Huawei operator.
Beijing responded on Thursday by warning Washington "violation" of trade relations.
Less than a week after the failure of the negotiations between the two countries, US Treasury Secretary Stephen Manoch said on Wednesday in the Senate that he would soon arrive in Beijing to resume negotiations. The Chinese Ministry of Commerce, however, said on Thursday there is "no information" on the visit of American officials.
In the bond market, the 10-year debt rate rose to 2.14%, compared with 2.373% on Wednesday night.