U.S. stocks closed higher, Dow rose 35 points, leading technology stocks generally rose

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 U.S. stocks closed higher, Dow rose 35 points, leading technology stocks generally rose


Specifically, in the U.S. stock market trading on Thursday, technology leading stocks generally rose, with Apple shares rising 0.85% to $116.79, Googles parent company alphabet to $1490.09, up 1.39%, Amazon to $3221.26, up 2.30%, Microsoft to $212.46, up 1.01%, Facebook to $266.63, up 1.81%, Oracle to $59.68, down 0.9% 03%; IBM closed at $121.09, down 0.48%; Netflix closed at $527.51, up 5.50%; Tesla closed at $448.16, up 4.46%; twitter rose 4.94%, Uber rose 1.81%; LYFT rose 0.94%.

The leading chip stocks in US stocks generally rose, with TSMC closing at US $82.62, up 1.91%; NVIDIA closing at US $544.58, up 0.62%; Intel at US $52.24, up 0.89%; Broadcom at US $368.60, up 1.17%; Qualcomm at US $119.52, up 1.56%; Texas instruments at US $144.91, up 1.48%; amd at US $84.86, up 3.50%; applied materials Materials companies rose 2.02%; Meguiar technology rose 2.04%.

Most of the major Chinese stocks listed in the United States rose. Netease closed at US $463.59, up 1.96%; Alibaba closed at US $290.05, down 1.34%; Jingdong closed at US $78.57, up 1.24%; Baidu closed at US $126.45, down 0.11%; pinduoduo closed at US $74.43, up 0.36%; bilibilibili, up 2.19%; tal, at US $76.74, up 0.92%; Iqiyi rose 2.66% to $23.18, followed by Xuexue to $93.20, up 3.43%, Weibo to $37.00, up 1.56%, Sina down 0.07%, Sohu up 2.11%, Sogou down 0.11%, Ctrip up 0.48%, 51job down 3.80%, car home up 1.54%, Weilai up 2.54%, Jinshan cloud up 1.02%, ideal car down 3.39%.

After a notice from the office of Steny Hoyer, the house majority leader, said the house was expected to vote on the Democratic stimulus bill on Thursday, after the Dow and the benchmark fell. Investors had hoped that Democrats would continue to delay voting to show that they and Republicans have made progress on a bipartisan approach.

Investors belief that U.S. lawmakers will eventually come up with a new fiscal stimulus bill underpins the market. Technology stocks provided some support for the market on Thursday, with Amazon, Microsoft, alphabet and Facebook all up more than 1%, while Netflix rose 5.5%.

Mixed US economic data also dampened sentiment. US manufacturing activity slowed in September, with the PMI falling to 55.4 from 56 in August, according to the Institute for supply management (ISM). However, the number of first-time jobless claims this week was better than expected. In the week ending September 26, 837000 people applied for unemployment benefits for the first time, according to the labor department. Previously, economists surveyed by Dow Jones had estimated the number to be 850000. In September, major U.S. stock indexes fell for the first month since March. The Dow fell 2.2% in September, the benchmark index fell 3.9% and the tech heavy NASDAQ fell 5.2%. However, for the whole quarter of the third quarter, all three major US stock indexes achieved strong growth. The benchmark index rose 8.5% this quarter and 5% so far this year. (Liu Chun) source of this article: Ding Guangsheng, editor in charge of Netease science and Technology Report_ NT1941

Mixed US economic data also dampened sentiment. US manufacturing activity slowed in September, with the PMI falling to 55.4 from 56 in August, according to the Institute for supply management (ISM).

However, the number of first-time jobless claims this week was better than expected. In the week ending September 26, 837000 people applied for unemployment benefits for the first time, according to the labor department. Previously, economists surveyed by Dow Jones had estimated the number to be 850000.

In September, major U.S. stock indexes fell for the first month since March. The Dow fell 2.2% in September, the benchmark index fell 3.9% and the tech heavy NASDAQ fell 5.2%.

However, for the whole quarter of the third quarter, all three major US stock indexes achieved strong growth. The benchmark index rose 8.5% this quarter and 5% so far this year.

(Liu Chun)