Wall Street was trading higher as investors reacted to the employment report, highlighting Apple's shares favoring stock indexes. The government reported that during April, the US economy created 164,000 jobs, down from 192,000 expected by economists. On the other hand, the increase in average hourly wages also fell short of expectations (0.15% vs. 0.20%). We must remember the importance of this last indicator, since in many economic cycles are the precursors of inflation. The US unemployment rate fell from 4.10% to 3.90% in April, down from 4%. In the business field, Apple rose 3.42%, after investor Warren Buffett revealed that during the first quarter acquired 75 million shares.