Wall Street was cautious on Monday. Investors are now waiting for excitement for a week full of quarterly figures, financial data and a central bank statement.
164 of the 500 companies in the broad S & P 500 index will report quarterly this week.
In addition, trade talks between the United States and China will continue in Beijing this week, with a meeting between representatives of the two countries on Tuesday.
The Dow rose 0.04 percent to 26,554.39 points.
16 of the 30 index stocks rose.
The funding shares were bright Monday and topped the list of winners. Goldman Sachs rose 1.88 percent, while JPMorgan rose 1.44 percent.
At the opposite extreme, we find the IT giant, Intel, which fell 2.52%. This happens after the company released a disappointing guide last week in connection with the quarterly report.
Inside oil, Exxon Mobil fell 0.66%, while Chevron rose 0.51%.
Nasdaq ended 0.19 percent to 8,161.85 points, thus new record high.
Facebook rose 1.72 percent, while Netflix fell 0.84 percent.
The Alphabet (Google) rose 1.45 percent, depending on the quarterly release numbers. Read about the numbers here!
Tesla rose 2.70 percent, while the share of Tilray cannabis fell 0.79 percent.
The S & P 500 rose 0.11 percent to 2,943.03 points, setting a new all-time high.
Citigroup's financial stake rose 2.19 percent.
Twitter ended up 2.95 percent.
The VIX index rose 1.81 percent to 12.96 points.
At the end of the US stock market, Brent crude fell 0.11% to $ 72.07 a barrel, while light crude rose 0.49% to $ 63.61 a barrel.
Both short and long interest rates rose. The 2-year-old rose 0.8 basis points to 2,294%, while the 10-year and 30-year-old rose 0.4 and 2.4 basis points, respectively, to 2,535 and 2,963%.
The price of gold fell 0.50% to $ 1,282.30 per ounce.