U.S. stocks closed down slightly, Dow fell nearly 100 points

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 U.S. stocks closed down slightly, Dow fell nearly 100 points


Most of the major Chinese stocks listed in the United States rose, with Alibaba closing at $307.97, down 0.59%; Jingdong closing at $82.63, up 0.07%; Baidu closing at $134.84, up 3.66%; pinduoduo closing at $90.23, up 1.30%; bilibilibili closing at $45.16, down 0.18%; tal closing at $74.92, down 6.72%; iqiyi closing at $22.94, up 1.91% It closed at $71.23, down 30.80%; Weibo closed at $39.29, up 1.58%; Sina rose 0.45%; Sohu fell 0.32%; Sogou rose 0.00%; Ctrip fell 0.13%; 51job fell 1.42%; car home rose 2.25%; Weilai fell 0.36%; Jinshan cloud rose 0.59%, ideal car fell 5.37%.

In an interview with MSNBC on Wednesday, Pelosi said she hoped that both Democrats and Republicans would resolve the funding portion of the new coronavirus aid bill later in the day.

David Bahnsen, chief investment officer of investment firm Bahnsen group, said: the volatility of the political negotiations around the stimulus package, coupled with the persistence of election uncertainty, provides additional reason for short-term market instability. (Liu Chun)

Source: Qiao JunJing, editor in charge of Netease science and Technology Report_ NBJ11279