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- The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose Tuesday, getting help from Johnson & Johnson (JNJ – Get Report), which posted a strong we're in the first quarter, but gains are
- UnitedHealth, the giant health insurer, has fallen even after losing Wall Street's first-quarter hopes.
- Qualcomm (QCOM – Get Report) after chipmaker fix a long-standing dispute with Apple (AAPL – Get Report) over royalty payments for chipmaker's smartphone equipment
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Stocks end in positive territory Tuesday even a sharp drop in UnitedHealth Group (UNH ̵
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average has reached 68 points, or 0.26%, up to 26,453. Highly for the session, the Dow has raised 145 points. The closing of the blue chip record is high, set October 3, 2018, is 26,828. Meanwhile, S & P 500 rose by 0.05% on Tuesday and the Nasdaq advanced 0.30%. Apple (AAPL – Get Report) and Qualcomm (QCOM – Get Report) and Qualcomm (QCOM – Get Report) have concluded their long-standing royalty payments for chipmaker smartphone devices, CNBC said Tuesday, arriving at a six-year license on April 1. The settlement terminates all litigation between the two companies and includes payment from Apple at Qualcomm.
Qualcomm shares grew more than 23% to $ 70.45 in news, while Apple shares fell slightly to $ 199.25.
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ – Get Report) climbed 1.1% to $ 138.02 after losing expectations expected in Wall Street's first quarter. The company reported net income in the first quarter of $ 3.75 billion, or $ 2.10 in revised parts, compared to $ 4.37 billion, or $ 1.39 a share, a year earlier. Analysts analyzed by FactSet rely on each revenue earning $ 2.04. Sales are held on a year-on-year basis of approximately $ 20 billion. 
The UnitedHealth Group (UNH – Get Report) has dropped almost 4% to $ 221.01 despite the insurer's health insurmountable for the first-quarter earnings of Wall Street. The company said it earned $ 35.6 billion, or $ 3.73 a share on a suitable basis, compared to $ 29.2 billion, or $ 3.04 a share, a year ago. Analysts analyzed by FactSet rely on each income of $ 3.60 a share. Earnings rose to $ 60.3 billion from $ 55.2 billion a year ago. The health insurance sector has seen price steep declines amid concerns of proposed changes to the system of rebates paid to insurers. Cumulative growth earnings in Q1 for the five largest public companies in the US are projected to decline by 10.1% year over year, with material below the market growth rate (-4.3%), "said of Jason Pride, chief investment officer of private wealth for Glenmede. "That fact does not seem to date, with the top five returning 22.6%, ahead of the S & P 500's gain of 15.9%, reflecting the ongoing trend that investors are still willing to invest on future growth prospects. "
The Federal Reserve reports that industrial production has fallen by 0.1% in March, the economist's missing expectations for a 0.1% achievement.