In the red they closed, IRSA -1.8%, Telecom -0.6% and the unicorns Globant and Mercado Libre -0.2%.
Record of the Dow
The New Stock Exchange York finished rocketing on Tuesday after volatile session after a long weekend, and the Dow Jones hit a new high. The Dow Jones ended up 0.20% at 31,520.57 units.
While the Nasdaq technology lost 0.34%, falling for the first time in three sessions, at 14,047.50 points. The S&P 500 lost a marginal 0.06% to 3,932.48 units.
On Monday the stock market was closed for a holiday in the United States.
Wall Street joined a world trend that boosts stock indices to all-time highs with investors selling government bonds in a bid that COVID-19 vaccines and the stimulus in the United States will enable a lasting economic recovery after a year of lockdown.
Bitcoin added to the spirits bullish, rising above $ 50,000 for the first time, while prospects for "reflation" - a boost to inflation from extraordinary fiscal stimulus - pushed US Treasury yields up.
President of the United States United, Joe Biden, will travel to Wisconsin to defend a pandemic aid bill worth 1.9 trillion dollars in the state.
The main Wall Street indexes opened at record highs wealthy, with investors focused on the most economically sensitive stocks, hoping that more tax relief will be provided to lift the world's largest economy out of the coronavirus slump.
The S&P value, which includes the banking, energy and industrial sectors, has risen more than 6% in the last two weeks, slightly outpacing the growth rate, which leans more towards technology.
Yield curves for Bonds - considered a reliable barometer of growth expectations - have also risen, with the gap between US two-year and 10-year notes now at around 114 basis points, the widest since April 2017.