Trumps new crown shakes the market, US stocks fall sharply, Tesla falls more than 7percent

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 Trumps new crown shakes the market, US stocks fall sharply, Tesla falls more than 7percent


Specifically, in US stock trading on Friday, technology leading stocks generally fell, with Apple shares closing at $113.02, down 3.23%; Googles parent company alphabet, down 2.13%; Amazon, at $3125.00, down 2.99%; Microsoft, at $206.19, down 2.95%; Facebook, at $259.94, down 2.51%; Oracle, at $58.83, down 1.3 42%; IBM closed at $120.57, down 0.43%; Netflix closed at $503.06, up 4.63%; Tesla closed at $415.09, down 7.38%; twitter fell 1.24%, Uber rose 1.56%; LYFT fell 0.65%.

The leading chip companies in the U.S. stock market generally fell, with TSMC closing at $80.80, down 2.20%; NVIDIA closing at $522.49, down 4.06%; Intel closing at $51.01, down 2.35%; Broadcom closing at $356.83, down 3.19%; Qualcomm closing at $115.47, down 3.39%; Texas instruments closing at $141.09, down 2.64%; amd closing at $81.80, down 3.61%; application materials Materials companies fell 4.02%; Meguiar technology fell 2.86%.

Major Chinese stocks listed in the United States generally fell, with Alibaba closing at US $288.17, down 0.65%; Jingdong closing at US $76.10, down 3.14%; Baidu closing at US $124.62, down 1.45%; pinduoduo closing at US $71.40, down 4.07%; bilibilibili closing at US $41.80, down 1.67%; tal closing at US $75.67, down 1.39%; iqiyi closing at US $22.85, down 1.42% It closed at US $93.10, down 0.11%; Weibo closed at US $38.55, up 4.19%; Sina fell 0.26%; Sohu fell 1.73%; Sogou rose 0.11%; Ctrip fell 0.83%; 51job rose 0.48%; car home fell 0.90%; Weilai fell 2.67%; Jinshan cloud rose 0.67%, ideal car rose 0.71%.

Pelosi said earlier Friday that Trumps illness has changed the momentum of stimulus negotiations. She added that members would find the middle ground and finish the job.. The U.S. House of Representatives passed the $2.2 trillion stimulus bill unilaterally proposed by the Democratic Party on Thursday night, while the Treasury Secretary, Mr. simuchin, also proposed a $1.6 trillion stimulus package.

Source: Wang Fengzhi, editor in charge of Netease science and Technology Report_ NT2541