Stocks rise for a fifth day, and Bitcoin nears a record high.

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U.S. shares rose in early buying and selling on Tuesday, with the S&P 500 ticking up about .5 p.c. The benchmark index is on monitor for its fifth-consecutive day of gains and is up nearly 5 p.c since its Oct. 4 nadir after a slide in September.

Cryptocurrency charges rose, with Bitcoin achieving $62,500, in accordance to CoinDesk. On Tuesday, ProShares will provide a long-awaiting exchange-traded fund on the New York Stock Exchange joined to Bitcoin futures, and Bitcoin has been trading at rates not seen considering the fact that April.

A sequence of organizations will publish their quarterly money overall performance reports this 7 days. United Airlines and Netflix will report their final results Tuesday afternoon.

Johnson & Johnson reported that gross sales grew 10.7 % to more than $23 billion in the third quarter in comparison with the identical period last 12 months. Shares of the pharmaceutical manufacturer rose 2.4 percent in early investing.

Procter & Gamble stock fell about 1.6 percent in early trading right after the enterprise described it seasoned bigger commodity and freight fees during the 3 months ending in September.

Oil rates ended up very little changed on Tuesday, with West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. benchmark, hovering close to $81.60 a barrel. Oil futures are at seven-year highs and are up 70 % this calendar year amid a world-wide electricity crunch that is pushing costs bigger for other commodities.