Wall Street ends in the green, on a tear, but on a 12th or 13th session of gains in a series of 15 (for the Nasdaq).
This is the most spectacular bull run since mid-March 2022, and the hopes of a Russian-Ukrainian ceasefire.

The Nasdaq (+0.07%) ended virtually unchanged, supported by Sirius +6.1%, Netflix +3%, Telsa +2.3%, Paypal +2.8%, Intel +3%.
The rise was held back by Cadence -2.5%, Palo Alto -1.9%, Amazon -1.8%, Nvidia and AMD -1.6%

The S&P500 gained +0.16% thanks to Carnival +4.6%, Norwegian Cruise +4.65%, ... but also, and above all, thanks to the consumer staples sector, which benefited from Target's surge (+17.8%, the biggest rise since August 2019), which took Kohl's with +9% and Macy's with +7.5% in its wake.
On the downside, the 'pharmas' sector with Vertex -5.6%, Eli & Lilly -3.6%,

The S&P 500 was buoyed by the consumer staples sector, which benefited from the surge of Target (+17.8%, the biggest rise since
August 2019), which took Kohl's in its wake with +9%, Macy's with +7.5%
, which includes Target, was the most dynamic sector, with
up 0.7%.


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