Volstrit's operations are now in a positive area, while European stock markets record different results.
In Europe, the UK's FTSE 100 index fell by 0.7 percent, France's KAK 40 by 0.2 percent, while Germany's only DAKS jumped by 0.1 percent, reported the AP.
US indexes are in plus, as technology companies' shares have managed to recover in the major losses suffered over the past month.
The S & P 500 index increased by 10 points or 0.4 percent to 2 748 points, industrial Dau Jeans with 58 points or 0.2 percent to 25 520 points and Technological Nasdak with 57 points or 0.8 percent to 7385 points .
Apple's shares rose 1.3 percent to $ 204.29 after losing nine percent of the value over the past two days. Microsoft shares rose 1.0 percent to $ 108.60, Alfabeta, parent company Guillaume, 1.7 percent to $ 1,073 and Facebook 1.4 percent to $ 150.82.
American "light" oils (WTIs) fell 0.2 percent to 62.98 dollars a barrel in New York and North Moron 0.2 percent to 73.04 dollars a barrel in London.
The dollar rose to 113.27 yen from yesterday 113.21 yen, and the euro stagnated at $ 1,1418.
In Asia, the Japanese index Nikei rose 1.1 percent, South Korea's Kospi 0.6 percent, and Hang Seng 0.7 percent, AP reported.