On the last day of November, the US market was trading higher, favored by higher oil prices. However, attention was also focused on the economic indicators released. According to the ADP employment report, 216,000 jobs were created in November, up from 165,000 expected. On the other hand, household consumption grew by 0.30% in October (vs. 0.40% estimated), while Household income increased 0.60%, the best reading since April and in line with the estimates. Inflation associated with consumption stood at 1.40%, slightly below the expected 1.50% but higher than the 1.20% registered in the previous month. On the other hand, the Chicago PMI index reached 57.6 in November, well above the 50.6 observed in October and the expected 52.5. Regarding the real estate market, real estate purchase and sale contracts increased by 0.10% in October compared to the previous month, and against 1.50% in September. Investors are now waiting for the disclosure of the Fed’s Beige Book.