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The three major U.S. stock indexes closed mixed, with the S&P index crossing the 5,000-point mark

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American Stock Market Closes with Mixed Results
On October 9th, the three major U.S. stock indexes closed with mixed gains and losses, with the S&P index surpassing the 5,000-point mark. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 38,671.69 points, a decrease of 0.14%; the S&P 500 Index closed at 5,026.61 points, an increase of 0.57%; and the Nasdaq closed at 15,990.66 points, an increase of 1.25%.

Most large technology stocks experienced gains, with Nvidia rising by over 3.5%, and Amazon, Google A, and Tesla rising by more than 2%. Microsoft and Intel also saw increases of over 1%, while Apple and Netflix experienced slight gains. However, Meta, the parent company of Facebook, saw a slight decline.

Chinese concept stocks also mostly experienced gains, with TAL and Baidu rising by more than 2%, and Tencent Music, Alibaba, NIO, NetEase, Ctrip, Bilibili, and JD.com all seeing increases of more than 1%. Xpeng Motors, Li Auto, Pinduoduo, and others also experienced slight increases.

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Proofreading by Zhu Tianting.

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