International stock markets closed the week with higher performances. In the U.S., the Dow Jones industrials average grew beyond one percent.
It was a performance that got many analysts talking as the market ignored street complaints about the closure of government’s agencies. Social services companies moderated their prices.
In Europe, the DAX in Germany grew big indices. Investors stayed heavily with manufacturing and finacial services securities. The fixed income markets were equally hot on the floor.
Finally, the Nikkei 225 in Japan closed strong following increased business. Technology stocks were chased by investors. Analysts said that some portfolio adjustments were in action.