US stocks rebounded on Monday, with all three major averages closing record levels on the first day of trading in November.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 94 points, or 0.26%, while the S&P 500 index and Nasdaq Composite index rose 0.18% and 0.63%, respectively. The Dow gained 190 points on its daily high and briefly climbed above 36,000 points for the first time in its history.

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Me: DJIDOW JONES AVERAGE VALUES35913.84+94.28+ 0.26%
SP500S&P 5004613.67+8.29+ 0.18%
Me: COMPNASDAQ COMPOSITE INDEX15595.915378+97.53+ 0.63%

In the equity segment, American Airlines Inc. has canceled more than 1,700 flights since Friday, as the airline has personnel problems due to weather disruptions at its Dallas / Fort Worth international airport hub, according to the airline. Southwest Airlines Inc., also based in Dallas, dealt with similar issues.

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PIGHARLEY-DAVIDSON, INC.39.80+3.31+ 9.07%

Harley-Davidson Inc. stocks rose sharply when the US and the European Union agreed to an agreement on steel and aluminum tariffs. The motorcycle manufacturer faced a tariff of 56% in Europe.


Barclays CEO Jes Staley stepped down after UK regulators reached preliminary conclusions on his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein. The investigation found no evidence that Staley knew of Epstein’s crimes. CS Venkatakrishnan, Head of Global Markets, will replace Staley as CEO.

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BCSBARCLAYS PLC11.18-0.01-0.09%

According to Moderna Inc., the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is taking more time to approve its COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12-17 as it studies the risk of developing myocarditis, a type of inflammation of the heart that causes a Side effect was found mainly in young males.

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MRNAMODERNA, INC.337.17-8.04-2.33%

The video game company Roblox Corp. is online again after a failure from Thursday evening to Sunday afternoon.

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RBLXROBLOX CORP.81.14-2.88-3.43%

In terms of deals, Tesla Inc. has reached an agreement with the Chinese company Ganfeng Lithium, according to which the latter will supply battery products from the end of 2022 to 2024.

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TSLATESLA, INC.1,208.59+94.59+ 8.49%

Coca-Cola Co. will buy the remaining 70% of the sports beverage maker BodyArmor, which it does not yet own, for $ 5.6 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal. The deal values ​​BodyArmor at approximately $ 8 billion.

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KOTHE COCA-COLA CO.56.17-0.20-0.35%

For commodities, West Texas Intermediate crude rose 48 cents to $ 84.05 per barrel and gold rose $ 12.10 to $ 1,795.10 an ounce.

The overseas markets were mixed.

The European stock exchanges recovered across the board, with the British FTSE 100 gaining 0.71%, the German DAX 30 gaining 0.75% and the French CAC 40 gaining 0.92%.


In Asia, the Japanese Nikkei 225 rose 2.61% after the ruling party held its majority in Sunday’s general election. Elsewhere in the region, the Hang Seng Index in Hong Kong lost 0.88% and the Chinese Shanghai Composite lost 0.08%.