Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, July 13th. On Monday, Eastern Time, the three major U.S. stock indexes closed up collectively, and all set a record for the highest closing in history.
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Specifically, as of the close, the Dow rose 126.02 points, or 0.36%, to 34,996.18 points; the Nasdaq rose 31.32 points, or 0.21%, to 14733.24 points; the S&P 500 index rose 15.08 points, or 0.35%, to 4,384.63 points.
US stocks of large technology stocks were mixed. Apple fell 0.42%, Amazon fell 0.02%, Netflix rose 0.25%, Google rose 1.16%, Facebook rose 0.78%, and Microsoft fell 0.22%.
Bank stocks rose collectively. JPMorgan Chase rose 1.43%, Goldman Sachs rose 2.41%, Citigroup rose 1.5%, Morgan Stanley rose 2.63%, Bank of America rose 1.52%, and Wells Fargo rose 0.59%.
Popular Chinese concept stocks rose and fell mixed. Pop Culture fell 15.43%, Zhongsheng Group fell 14.88%, Xiaoying Technology fell 14.19%, Douyu fell 8.81%, Didi Chuxing fell 7.23%, Tencent Music fell 4.27%, and Baidu Down 0.53%, JD.com fell 0.53%, Pinduoduo fell 0.50%, and Alibaba fell 0.24%. In terms of gains, JinkoSolar rose 8.95%, Hong En Education rose 6.92%, and Canadian Solar rose 5.59%. New energy auto stocks were mixed, with Weilai Auto up 1.78%, Xiaopeng Auto down 0.33%, and Ideal Auto up 3.11%.
In terms of European stock markets, the London Stock Market “Financial Times” average price index of 100 stocks closed at 7125.42 points, an increase of 3.54 points or 0.05% from the previous trading day. The CAC40 index of the Paris stock market in France closed at 6559.25 points, an increase of 29.83 points or 0.46% over the previous trading day. The DAX index of the Frankfurt stock market in Germany closed at 15790.51 points, an increase of 102.58 points or 0.65% from the previous trading day.
In terms of international oil prices, the WTI August crude oil futures settlement price closed down 0.46 US dollars, or 0.61%, to 74.1 US dollars per barrel. Brent September crude oil futures closed down 0.39 US dollars, or 0.51%, to 75.16 US dollars per barrel.
In terms of international gold prices, the most active August gold futures price on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market on the 12th fell 4.7 US dollars from the previous trading day to close at 1805.9 US dollars per ounce, a decrease of 0.26%.
As for the US dollar index, as of the end of the New York trading session, the US dollar index, which measures the US dollar against six major currencies, rose 0.13% to 92.2596. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)Return to Sohu to see more
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