Peripheral: U.S. stocks closed down slightly last Friday, with the Dow down less than 100 points. IBM and Intel both fell more than 2.5%, leading the Dow. By the end of the day, the Dow was down 0.34% at 26287.44, the Nasdaq was down 1% at 7959.14 and the S&P 500 was down 0.66% at 2918.65. Throughout the week, the Dow fell 0.75%, the Nasdaq fell 0.56%, and the S& P 500 fell 0.46%. U.S. large technology stocks closed down, with Apple down 0.82%, Amazon down 1.38%, Neifei down 2.21%, and Google down 1.43%.
News: 1. Central Bank: Maintain reasonable and abundant liquidity, timely and moderate implementation of counter-cyclical regulation. 2. The IMF reiterates that the RMB exchange rate is in line with Chinas economic fundamentals. 3. The Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchange has issued the revised Rules for the Implementation of Margin Trading, which enlarges the number of securities subject to margin trading from 950 to 1600. 4. Huawei has officially released its own operating system, Hongmeng, and the worlds first Huawei Hongmeng operating system terminal, Glory Wisdom Screen, has officially released. 5. A new round of Sino-Japanese strategic dialogue was held in Japan: to build Sino-Japanese relations in line with the requirements of the new era. 6. Shenzhen Stock Exchange: We should focus on improving the quality of listed companies by grasping both ends and taking the middle and prescribing the right remedy for high-risk companies. 7. Shanghai Stock Exchange: A number of large insurance companies are choosing the right sign to suit their own capital characteristics. 8. State Investment Power: GDR has been approved by SASASAC of the State Council.
Source of this article: Netease Financial Responsibility Editor: Yang Qian_NF4425