The trading on wall street stock markets ended yesterday with gains as the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 erase all the declines they recorded since the start of the year.

The background of the rising prices was a surprising US retail sales data that went down by 0.6% yesterday and has strengthened the expectations that the Fed will refrain from raising interest rates.

The given initial jobless claims for the past week showed a positive reading of 289 thousand lawsuits against the forecast of 305 thousand claims last week.

Intel shares fell yesterday by 4.6% after the company lowered her revenue forecast for the first quarter of the year with a range of 12.5 to 13.1 billion dollars, compared with a previous forecast revenues of 13.2 to 14.2 billion dollars as the analysts had forecast revenue of 13.7 billion dollars for this quarter.

The price of the Oil reached yesterday to his lowest level in six weeks after the continued increase in US crude inventories which continued to weigh on prices.

The price of the Oil fell by 2.3% and closed at a price level of 47.05 dollars per barrel.

The price of the Gold rose yesterday after three days of decline, due to the weakening of the US Dollar.

Yesterday, the Gold rose by 0.1% and closed at a price level of 1151.9 dollars an ounce.