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Wall Street sets new record highs to start the week

FXStreet (San Francisco) - The US stocks market closed positive on Monday as investors digested earnings corporate and healthcare shares and despite pressure on energies. The Russell 2000 jumped to 4-month highs while the Dow and the S&P hit record highs.

S&P was positive for fourth straight day while the the Nasdaq Composite finished at highest close since March 2000.

The Dow Jones advanced 39.81 points or 0.23% to finish at 17,613.74; while the S&P 500 added 6.34 points or 0.31% to 2,038.26 and the Nasdaq jumped 19.08 pts or 0.41% to 4,651.62.

The gold lost more than a half of Friday's gains before closing at 1,151.30/oz. The WTI oil was rejected by the 80.00 area and closed at 77.25.

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Valeria Bednarik, chief analyst at FXStreet explained that the Euro recovery against the greenback stalled at 1.2509 this Monday, with the greenback regaining the upside across the board as US indexes run to fresh all time highs.
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RBS FX Strategists break down the most relevant events for Tuesday, a relatively quiet day due to public holidays in varies international financial centers, including the US, which celebrates 'Veterans Day'.
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