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NASDAQ Breaks Losing Streak While Apple Recoups Tech Market

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The Nasdaq snapped a losing that is three-week on Friday, as tech rebounded with a strong showing from Apple ahead of its iPhone 5G launch widely anticipated to be just weeks away.

The Nasdaq Composite gained 2.26%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 1.34%, or 155 points and the S&P 500 added 1.65%.

Tech continued to ride the wave of bargain-seeking investors scooping up beaten-down chips that are blue the sector, with Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), in particular, seeing strong gains, up 3%. The rise in Apple comes as Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) said the stock’s recent weakness supplies a “compelling access point.” Recent checks suggest that Apple is market that is taking in Europe and China ahead of its iPhone 5G launch, the bank added.

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), which together make up a quarter weighting of the S&P 500, ended 1% higher.

Industrials were perhaps not far behind thanks to gains in United Parcel Service (NYSE:UPS), Boeing (NYSE:BA), and United Airlines Holdings (NASDAQ:UAL), with the latter two rising on hopes the aviation industry could receive funding that is federal the Democrats’ proposed $2.4 trillion bill, which is expected to be voted on next week, is passed.

Also as help for airlines, the bill is anticipated to add funding for direct payments to households and company that is small. The move on a new fiscal stimulus comes because the Democrats seek to restart stimulus speaks with the White House after negotiations broke down month that is last.

An 11% rally in Novavax (NASDAQ:NVAX), meanwhile, pushed up healthcare stocks after the drugmaker said it had started an effort that is late-stage of Covid-19 vaccine candidate within the U.K.

On the earnings front, Costco (NASDAQ:COST) reported earnings which are quarterly revenue that topped estimates. The shares fell 2%, but the weakness was said by some Wall Street analysts was a buying opportunity.

“We’d take advantageous asset of the weakness as we notice a strong case for outperformance driven by continued market share gains and a special dividend, which could potentially come year that is next. Nevertheless, EPS upside seems less likely from here as premium wages could forward continue going,” Oppenheimer said. The Nasdaq snapped a losing that is three-week on Friday.

Energy proved an exception to the broader market rally, ending the day flat as oil prices fell for the week that is third four amid worries about demand when numerous are worried about further coronavirus lockdowns.

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