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Welcome to Amundi ExplainsWelcome to the first installment of our NEW weekly video guide called Amundi Explains series.
28th May 2020
International stock markets closed positive again yesterday, although Wall Street ended the day just shy of the day's highs and the S&P 500 index failed to close above the psychological threshold of 3,000 points.This was mostly due to the correction seen in technology stocks and online stocks in general, which have supported the market's recovery thus far.Conversely, the sectors that have suffered most in the pandemic, such as airlines, holiday and cruise companies, are making a comeback – although they do have a lower weight on the large indices.