A mass rally in US indices after the Federal Reserve's decision
US stocks finished, trading session on Wednesday on the collective highs after the Fed's decision to keep interest rates and high oil prices, despite the announcement of a rise in US inventories.
The S & P rose slightly by about 500 to end losing streak to four sessions; supported by gains in Apple shares, rose 0.03% to reach the level of 2279.55 points, with gains of 0.68 points.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average 26.85 points, equivalent to 0.14 per cent to 19,890.94 points, and the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 0.50%, to reach the level of 5642.65 points, 27.86 points or 0.5.
And it proved the US central bank (Fed) interest rate between 0.50% to 0.75%, unchanged, in line with expectations.
He pointed to the Fed that the economy is still on its way towards achieving moderate growth, despite an increase in consumer confidence and business since the "Trump" victory in the US presidential election.
And it announced the US Energy Information Administration on Wednesday, rising oil inventories in the United States increased by 6.46 million barrels during the week ending January 27, while expectations pointed to a rise of 3.84 million barrels, compared to 2.84 million barrels in the previous week.