At the end of trading in New York, the Dow was calculated at 28.032,38 points, an increase of 0,13 percent compared to the previous trading day. A few minutes earlier, the broader S&P 500 had been in the red with around 3.385 points (-0,39 percent), the Nasdaq technology exchange calculated the Nasdaq 100 at that time with around 11.290 points (-1,29 percent).
The continued low interest rate policy of the US Federal Reserve did not bring the hoped-for upturn in the US financial markets. The European common currency trended weaker on Wednesday evening. One euro cost 1,1798 US dollars (-0,43 percent). The gold price rose slightly, in the evening 1.958,18 US dollars were paid for one troy ounce (+0,14 percent).
This corresponds to a price of 53,36 euros per gram.