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U.S. stocks closed down on Friday, September non-agricultural employment data far worse than expected

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Original title: US stocks closed down on Friday, September non-agricultural employment data far worse than expected

Editor’s note of China Economic Net:U.S. stocks closed down slightly on Friday. As of the close, the Dow fell 8.69 points, or 0.03%, to 34746.25 points; the Nasdaq fell 74.48 points, or 0.51%, to 14579.54 points; the S&P 500 index fell 8.42 points, or 0.19%. Report 4391.34 points.

Technology stocks rose and fell mixed. Apple fell 0.27%, Amazon fell 0.42%, Netflix rose 0.13%, Google rose 0.4%, and Facebook rose 0.25%. The energy sector closed higher. Occidental Petroleum rose by more than 3%, Marathon Petroleum rose by more than 4%, and ExxonMobil and British Petroleum rose by more than 2%. US banking stocks rose collectively. JPMorgan Chase rose 0.08%, Goldman Sachs rose 0.53%, Citigroup rose 0.17%, Morgan Stanley rose 1.27%, Bank of America rose 0.5%, and Wells Fargo rose 0.48%.

According to Sina Finance, economic data released on Friday showed that the non-agricultural employment population in the United States recorded an increase of 194,000 after the seasonal adjustment in September, which was less than the market’s expectation of 500,000 and continued to record the smallest increase since January.Return to Sohu to see more

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