The trading on Wall Street closed higher for the third day in a row, while the Nasdaq rose by 0.8% to a record level of all-time.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 0.5%, led by shares of Boeing (131.87 1.00%) which rose by 1%, and S&P 500 by 0.6%, as the real estate segment increased by 2%.
US consumer prices rose in August by 0.2%.
This is a surprising result, given that the market expectations stood at 0.1%.
The price of the oil jumps in view the Saudi energy minister which declared about an agreements between Saudi Arabia and Russia
The two of petroleum exporting countries, which accounts to 26% of the aggregate global output, have signed a joint venture to open the cooperation in the oil market. The two sides will monitor the market and join forces in an attempt to block the flux in the oil market over the past year.