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Overnight trading: U.S. stocks closed mixed and large technology stocks strengthened

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1. U.S. stocks

The three major U.S. stock indexes were mixed. The Dow fell 0.74%, the Nasdaq closed flat, and the S&P 500 index rose 0.25%. The petrochemical and financial sectors dragged down the Dow, with JPMorgan Chase down over 2% and Exxon Mobil down over 2.6%. The new energy vehicle sector soared and fell, Tesla closed up 1.9%, and rose more than 5% during the session. Xiaopeng Motors rose 1.24%. Weilai Automobile fell 2.89%. Large technology stocks strengthened, Google A rose nearly 5%, and Microsoft rose 4.2%, setting record highs one after another. Twitter fell more than 10%. Chinese concept stocks were mixed, with Xunlei falling 9.4%. Leju rose by more than 14%, and together with education rose by more than 10%.

2. European stocks

The three major European stock indexes fell across the board that day. The London Stock Market “Financial Times” average price index of 100 stocks closed at 7253.27 points on the 27th, down 24.35 points or 0.34% from the previous trading day. The CAC40 index of the Paris stock market in France closed at 6753.52 points, a decrease of 12.99 points or a decrease of 0.19% from the previous trading day; the DAX index of the Frankfurt stock market in Germany closed at 15705.81 points, a decrease of 51.25 points or a decrease of 0.33% from the previous trading day.

3.Gold

The most active December gold futures price on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market rose 5.4 US dollars over the previous trading day on the 27th to close at 1798.8 US dollars per ounce, an increase of 0.30%.

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4. Petroleum

New York oil prices fell on the 27th. The price of New York light crude oil futures for December delivery fell 1.99 US dollars to close at 82.66 US dollars per barrel.

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