Out of bounds
US stocks close higher
US stocks rallied, boosted by gains for companies, health care, consumer products and direct investors their sights beyond the expected increase in interest rates this December. And it ended the Dow Jones Industrial Average trading session on Wall Street was up 92.13 points or 0.52 percent to 17824.88 points, while the rose Standard & Poor's 500 Index SPX 7.94 points or 0.38 percent to close at 2089.18 points.
The Nasdaq Composite Index laced technology, up 31.28 points or 0.62 percent to 5104.92 points.
and end the week, the three indicators on the gains with the rise of the Dow Jones 3.4 percent and the S & P 3.3 percent and the Nasdaq 3.6 percent. It scored Standard & Poor's 500 Index was the best week of gains since December 2014, while the Nasdaq log best weekly performance since July, and the Dow Jones best week since October.
Iran's Oil Minister: Iran does not expect a change in OPEC policy
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said, on Saturday, he did not expect any change in OPEC policy at its next meeting. And he replied to a question whether OPEC will maintain its strategy during the fourth of December next meeting by saying, "I do not expect any new agreement."
He added that OPEC also need to deal with the return of Iranian oil production in the framework of the current production ceiling.
"OPEC produces more than ceiling set and asked the organization to cut production and respect for the roof, but that does not mean not produce more because the return to the market is our right as well as the preservation of our rights and our market share. "
gold rebound after skipping the lowest level in 6 years
Enable the gold price to strengthen its gains, after outweighed expectations that the central linger US to raise interest rates.
Reuters reported that the yellow metal, which is close to its lowest level in 6 years, its price 0.1% up to $ 1083.48 an ounce, while gold futures rose US December delivery to $ 1082.90 an ounce.
It is expected to end the gold week on a limited change after prices jumped 1.1%, on Thursday.
The analysts say that the market fell more than necessary since dropped the price of gold to its lowest level since February 2010 at 1064.95 Dularellooukah, Thursday.
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