U.S. stock exchanges closed without a single trend
The leading U.S. stock indices did not show the same dynamics at closing. The Dow Jones rose 1.44%, the S&P 500 gained 0.57%, the NASDAQ, on the contrary, declined 0.61%. The Democrats won control of the Senate in the elections in Georgia, which was unexpected for the market players, who expected the Republicans to retain this control. Due to these circumstances, players preferred to sell shares of major technology companies, expecting Democrats to significantly increase economic aid. The shares of The shares of banks and manufacturing companies were in demand on Wednesday, investors expect that their business will go better when the Democrats will accept the new stimulus measures. Trading was not significantly affected by Wednesday's riots in the country over protests against Joe Biden's election victory as Donald Trump supporters attempted to storm the Capitol. Before that incident, however, the Dow Jones was still showing stronger gains.