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Original title: US stocks Nasdaq closed up, most of the popular Chinese concept stocks fell

Sino-Singapore Jingwei, November 19, US Eastern Time on Thursday (18th), US stocks were mixed. The Dow fell 0.17%, the Nasdaq rose 0.45%, and the S&P 500 index rose 0.34%. In terms of popular stocks, Macy’s rose more than 21.14%, Tesla rival Rivian fell more than 15%, and Nvidia rose more than 8%.

Source: Wind

Large technology stocks rose and fell mixed, Amazon rose 4.14%, Apple rose 2.85%, Google rose 1.21%, Microsoft rose 0.63%; Netflix fell 1.4%, Facebook fell 0.61%.

Anti-epidemic concept stocks rose collectively. Novavax Pharmaceuticals rose 3.84%, Moderna rose 3.79%, Pfizer rose 1.08%, BioNTech rose 0.76%, and Gilead Sciences rose 0.49%.

Most energy stocks fell, Exxon Mobil fell 1.06%, ConocoPhillips rose 1.06%, Chevron fell 0.85%, Schlumberger fell 0.66%, and Occidental Petroleum fell 0.39%.

Most popular Chinese concept stocks fell, Vipshop fell 17.83%, Bilibili fell 17.17%, OneConnect fell 16.39%, OneConnect fell 16.37%, Pop Culture fell 13.28%, and Alibaba fell 11.13%. Pinduoduo fell 5.22%. In terms of growth, Yixian e-commerce rose 11.11%, Zhongtong Express rose 9.54%, Bright Scholar rose 7.85%, JD rose 5.95%, and Huazhu rose 2.59%. New energy auto stocks were mixed, with Weilai Auto up 1.13%, Xiaopeng Auto down 2.07%, and Ideal Auto down 3.56%.

European stocks closed down across the board. The German DAX index fell 0.18% to 16221.73 points; the French CAC40 index fell 0.21% to 7141.98 points; the UK FTSE 100 index fell 0.48% to 7255.96 points; the Italian FTSE MIB index fell 0.59%. Reported 27661.82 points.

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Crude oil rose slightly. WTI December crude oil futures closed up 0.65 US dollars, or 0.83%, to 79.01 US dollars per barrel; Brent January crude oil futures closed up 0.96 US dollars, or 1.18%, to 81.24 US dollars per barrel.

In terms of gold, COMEX December gold futures closed down 0.5% at US$1,861.40 per ounce. (China-Singapore Jingwei APP)


Editor in charge: Zhang Yu


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