NEW YORK — New York’s stock market is up almost 30% since Donald Trump’s inauguration, fueled in part by an uptick in trading technology that has fueled stock gains in the wake of the presidential election.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up more than 8,000 points, while the S&P 500 has jumped almost 9,000.
The Nasdaq is up nearly 8,700 points.
New York City is up 1,500.
The benchmark S&P 500 index is up 10.7%.
The Nasional Stock Market index is down about 1%.
The Nasdaq composite is up 12.4%.
The Dow is down 9.5%.
New York is the best performing major U.S. city, with the S-Curve index rising more than 7%.
The S&s has climbed more than 10% in 2017.
Stock markets are trading above the 30-day moving average.
But the SAC is still trading lower, with an average close of 18.07.
The SAC closed at 18.00 on Tuesday, its lowest since October 2016.
The average price target for the S/AC closed Thursday at $30.23.
The index closed at $31.30 Thursday, up 2.5% from a day earlier.
The market has also moved higher since Trump was inaugurated on Jan. 20.
The day after Trump was sworn in, the SMA closed at a new record high, at $38.50.