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The three major U.S. stock indexes closed slightly lower, with most large technology stocks falling.

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Title: U.S. Stock Indexes Close Slightly Lower, Tech Stocks and Chinese Concept Stocks Mixed

According to Securities Times, the three major U.S. stock indexes closed slightly lower. As of the close, the Dow fell 0.37%, the Nasdaq fell 0.82%, and the S&P fell 0.48%. Most large technology stocks fell, with Meta falling by more than 2%, Google and Netflix falling by more than 1%, and several others closing slightly lower. The semiconductor sector also saw a decline, with several major companies falling by more than 1-2%.

Super Micro Computer was hit hard, closing down nearly 20%, falling below the US$1,000 and US$900 levels one after another, ending the previous nine consecutive trading days of gains. Meanwhile, popular Chinese concept stocks saw mixed gains and losses, with the Nasdaq China Golden Dragon Index rising 0.56%. Xpeng Motors and Li Auto rose more than 3%, while JD.com and Bilibili rose more than 2%. TAL fell more than 3%, and New Oriental and Gaotu fell more than 1%.

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