US stock market:On Thursday, Eastern Time, the three major U.S. stock indexes collectively closed higher. As of the close, the Dow rose by 617.75 points, or 1.82%, to 34,639.79; the Nasdaq rose 127.27 points, or 0.83%, to 15,381.32; the S&P 500 index rose by 64.06. Points, an increase of 1.42%, to 4577.10 points.
On the disk, aviation, banking, and energy stocks collectively rose, Boeing rose more than 7%, the Civil Aviation Administration of China issued Boeing 737MAX airworthiness instructions, Delta Airlines rose more than 9%, American Airlines rose 7%, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines rose more than 6 %, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, Schlumberger rose more than 3%, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Chevron, ConocoPhillips rose nearly 3%, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Exxon Mobil, Occidental Petroleum rose More than 2%; anti-epidemic concept stocks and popular Chinese concept stocks generally fell, Novavax Pharmaceuticals fell nearly 16%, Bilibili, Weilai, Xiaopeng Motors fell more than 5%, and Pinduoduo fell more than 4%. Ideal cars fell more than 3%, Pfizer fell 3%, and Modena fell nearly 3%.
European stock market:European time on Thursday, the major European stock indexes fell across the board. As of the close, the UK FTSE 100 Index closed at 7129.21 points, down 39.47 points or 0.55% from the previous trading day; the French CAC40 Index closed at 6795.75 points, compared with the previous trading day. The previous trading day fell 86.12 points, a drop of 1.25%; the German DAX30 index closed at 15263.11 points, down 209.56 points from the previous trading day, a drop of 1.35%.
Commodity market:Thursday, Eastern Time, InternationalOil priceRising, as of the close, New York January crude oil futures closed up 0.93 US dollars, or 1.42%, to 66.50 US dollars per barrel; Brent’s February crude oil futures closed up 0.80 US dollars, or 1.16%, to 69.67 US dollars per barrel. International gold prices fell. As of the close, the most active February 2022 gold futures price on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market fell 21.6 US dollars from the previous trading day to close at 1762.7 US dollars per ounce, a drop of 1.21%.
The following is a summary of important information in the global market:
U.S. House of Representatives voted to pass expedient spending bill
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the expedient spending bill with a vote ratio of 221 to 212, and the bill will be sent to the Senate. The expedient spending bill will provide the US government with operating funds until February next year.
OPEC and non-OPEC oil-producing countries decide to increase oil production by an average of 400,000 barrels per day in January next year
On December 2, local time, the 23rd Ministerial Meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC oil-producing countries was held online. The meeting reaffirmed the continued commitment of participating countries in the “Declaration of Cooperation” to ensure the stability and balance of the oil market. In view of the current oil market situation and the consensus on its prospects, the meeting further reiterated the decision of the 10th ministerial meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC oil-producing countries on April 12, 2020, and included the decision of OPEC and non-OPEC on July 18, 2021. The 19th ministerial meeting of oil-producing countries was further recognized at subsequent meetings. All parties reaffirmed the production adjustment plan and monthly production adjustment mechanism approved by the 19th ministerial meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC oil-producing countries, and decided to increase total production by an average of 400,000 barrels per day in January 2022.
US Treasury Secretary Yellen: Omi Keron mutant strain may slow global economic growth
US Treasury Secretary Yellen said on Thursday that the Omi Keron mutant strain may exacerbate supply chain problems, curb demand, and thereby slow global economic growth. Yellen pointed out that since the emergence of the Delta strain at the beginning of this year has caused a serious slowdown in the US economy, there is great uncertainty about the impact of the Omi Keron strain. She added that the US government is still evaluating the potential impact of the strain, hoping that it will not cause a significant slowdown in economic growth.Yellen believes that although the Omi Kiron strain may exacerbate the supply chain crisis,QualcommInflation, but it may also curb demand and lead to a slowdown in the economy, which will partially alleviate inflationary pressures.
U.S. Federal Trade Commission sues Nvidia to block its acquisition of British Enmour
On December 2, local time, the Federal Trade Commission (Federal Trade Commission) suedNvidia(Nvidia) company to block its US$40 billion acquisition of British chip design company Amou. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission stated in a statement thatNvidiaThe company’s acquisition plan will control the computer technology and design that competitors rely on to develop chips. If the deal is concluded, it will hurtsemiconductorCompetition in the market. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission stated,NvidiaThe company’s acquisition plan will weaken competitors, reduce innovation in the chip market and choice of chip products, and lead to price increases.
Biden urges Americans to inoculate new crowns to strengthen their resistance to mutant strains of Omi Keron
On December 1, local time, US President Biden gave a public speech on the mutant strain of the new crown virus, Omi Keron, calling on the public to be vaccinated with the new crown booster. Biden said the new mutant strain is a worrying factor, but it should not cause panic, and science should be used to combat it. Biden said in his speech: “We have the tools we need to fight this mutant strain.” He also mentioned in his speech to keep schools open and protect the American economy. He called on the public to actively respond to the call, vaccinate and inject booster shots to resist the mutant strain of Omi Keron. Biden said that the government is ready to cooperate with vaccine development companies to develop vaccines against Omi Keron.
Five European banks fined 344 million euros for foreign exchange collusion
The European Commission announced on December 2 local time that its participation in collusive transactions in the foreign exchange market violated the EU’s anti-CarterRegulations, the EU decided toUBS Group、BarclaysBankRoyal of ScotlandBankHSBCBankwithCredit SuisseThe bank imposed a fine of 344 million euros. When announcing the penalty decision on the same day, the Executive Vice President of the European Commission Vestag said that the move is to maintain a stable and competitive European financial market and is vital to European investment and growth.
Overview of the outer disk
The three major U.S. stock indexes collectively closed higher, aviation, banks, and energy stocks collectively rose
On Thursday, Eastern Time, the three major U.S. stock indexes collectively closed higher. As of the close, the Dow rose by 617.75 points, or 1.82%, to 34,639.79; the Nasdaq rose 127.27 points, or 0.83%, to 15,381.32; the S&P 500 index rose by 64.06. Points, an increase of 1.42%, to 4577.10 points. On the disk, aviation, banking, and energy stocks collectively rose.BoeingRose more than 7%, issued by the Civil Aviation Administration of ChinaBoeing737MAX Airworthiness Directive,Delta AirlinesRose more than 9%,American airlinesUp 7%,United Airlines、Southwest AirlinesRose more than 6%,Morgan Stanley、FuGuo bank、SchlumbergerRose more than 3%,Goldman Sachs、Bank of America、Chevron、ConocoPhillipsRose nearly 3%,JPMorgan、Citigroup、Exxon Mobil、Occidental PetroleumRose more than 2%; anti-epidemic concept stocks and popular Chinese concept stocks generally fell.Novavax PharmaceuticalsFell nearly 16%,Bilibili、Wei Lai、Xiaopeng MotorsFell more than 5%,PinduoduoFell more than 4%,Ideal carFell more than 3%,PfizerDown 3%, Modena fell nearly 3%.
Major European stock indexes fell across the board, the German DAX30 index closed down 1.35%
European time on Thursday, the major European stock indexes fell across the board. As of the close, the UK FTSE 100 Index closed at 7129.21 points, down 39.47 points or 0.55% from the previous trading day; the French CAC40 Index closed at 6795.75 points, compared with the previous trading day. The previous trading day fell 86.12 points, a drop of 1.25%; the German DAX30 index closed at 15263.11 points, down 209.56 points from the previous trading day, a drop of 1.35%.
Popular Chinese concept stocks are mixed, new energy auto stocks generally fall
Popular Chinese concept stocks were mixed, and new energy auto stocks generally fell.Xiaopeng Motors、Wei LaiFell more than 5%,Ideal carFell more than 3%. In terms of other Chinese concept stocks,Fogcore TechnologyIn the news, on the afternoon of December 2, the State Tobacco Monopoly Administration held a policy briefing to introduce the strengthening of the supervision of new tobacco products such as e-cigarettes in accordance with the law, and further clarify the legal attributes, supervisory bodies, and scope of e-cigarettes Wait;Funny headlinesFell more than 21%,Monster chargingFell more than 12%,MINISOFell more than 8%,HuyaFell more than 7%,The age of togetherness、shellFell nearly 7%,BilibiliFell more than 5%,PinduoduoFell more than 4%.
U.S. stocks, large technology stocks fell slightly, chip stocks were mixed
Most of the large technology stocks fell slightly,AppleFell 0.61%,Microsoft、IBM、Meta、AmazonThe declines were all within 0.5%, and Google rose more than 1%. Chip stocks were mixed, with Nvidia rising more than 2%. On the news, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a lawsuit to prevent Nvidia from acquiring ARM. Nvidia said it will continue to prove that the acquisition of ARM can bring benefits;Intel、ON Semiconductor, AMD rose more than 1%,Texas Instruments、TSMCRose nearly 1%;Applied Materials、STMicroelectronics, Miko,AsmerThen it recorded a decline.
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