Deere & Co has raised its full-year profit forecast amid hopes of improving the demand for farm machinery and construction equipment.
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U.S. financial markets Finished mixed, they ended a difficult trading week.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 124 points, or 0.37%, while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite fell 0.08% and 0.48%, respectively. Another warning from China over Bitcoin has taken a toll on the technology stockpile.
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In stocks, Boeing shares jumped after a Reuters report said the company had set 737 new Max Jet production targets in 42 jets a month for the second half of 2022.
Deere & Co reported strong earnings and raised its full annual profit forecast amid hopes of improving demand for farm machinery and construction equipment.
Foot Locker Inc. took advantage of the losses last year, and said it would transform about a third of its Footaction stores into other existing advertising ideas to focus on growth in its branding brands.
Meanwhile, automakers were on the alert after Trade Secretary Gina Raimondo said companies would not receive specialized treatment in the fight against global chip shortages.
In other automotive news, California regulators have said electric cars should be calculated at 90% of the distance traveled by passenger companies such as Uber Technologies Inc. neLyft Inc. starting in 2030.
Among other things, Carnival Corp. The sailor announced plans to resume a trip to Alaska in July, sending more shares. The news also boosted rivals Norway Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
In real estate, West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose $ 1.64 to $ 63.58 in barrels and gold and fell $ 5.10 to $ 1,876.70 in one hour.
Overseas markets were sold mixed.
In Europe, the British FTSE 100 fell 0.02% while the German DAX 30 and the French CAC 40 rose 0.44% and 0.68%, respectively.
Elsewhere, Japan’s Nikkei 225 jumped 0.78%, Hong Kong’s Hong Kong index reached 0.03% and China’s Shanghai Composite lost 0.58%.