Wall Street closed Friday with gains and Dow Jones Industriales, its main indicator, rose 0.37 percent in a negative week that rebounded slightly on its last day after President Donald Trump commented on a possible closeness of the resolution of the trade war with China.
At the end of the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones added 95.22 points to stand at 25,585.69 while the selective S & P 500 advanced modestly 0.14 percent and the Nasdaq composite index rebounded a slight 0.11 percent.
O London Stock Exchange and sterling rose on Friday after British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation on June 7 due to the inability to run Brexit. It rose 0.54 percent, 38.98 points, to 7,270.02 whole, while the pound advanced 0.42 percent against the dollar, up to 1.2710 dollars and 0.30 percent with the euro , up to 1,1355 euros.
The Texas Intermediate Oil (WTI) price rose on Friday at 1.2 percent and closed at $ 58.63 a barrel, which is the worst week this year.
The price of a Brent oil barrel for July delivery ended today in the London futures market at $ 68.62, up 1.42 percent from the end of the previous session.