U.S. stock exchanges grew by 1.7 – 1.9% after falling the day before
Leading U.S. stock indices showed a recovery from the fall of Tuesday. On Wednesday, Dow Jones added 1.91%, S&P 500 - 1.74%, NASDAQ - 1.88%. On Tuesday the indices collapsed because of the tweet of the head of the USA Donald Trump that he decided to stop the negotiations with the Democrats concerning the additional package of the economy support. It hit the investors' hopes for its approval before the elections, which will be held on November 3. As a result, the U.S. stock exchanges reacted with a drop of 1.5 percent. The positive dynamics on Wednesday was supported by new messages from Trump on Twitter, in which he expressed his readiness to immediately sign a decree on providing financial assistance to the U.S. companies. citizens at a rate of $1200, if such a project is sent to him. He also spoke in favor of allocating 25 billion to airlines to help them pay their employees' salaries. Small businesses, he said, should be given $135 billion with the same amount purpose.