Dow closed 0.57% lower, and Wuxin technology rose 150% on the first day of listing

Jingwei client, January 23 (Xinhua) on Friday, the Dow and S & P 500 index were at a low level throughout the day, while the NASDAQ turned red in the day and ended up slightly higher. By the end of the day, the Dow was down 179.03 points, or 0.57%, to 30996.98; the Nasdaq was up 12.14 points, or 0.09%, to 13543.06; the S & P 500 was down 11.60 points, or 0.30%, to 3841.47. Source: wind this week, the Dow rose 0.59%, the NASDAQ rose 4.19%, and the S & P 500 index rose 1.94%. On the disk, the five leading sectors were: Tobacco rose by 4.04%, luxury goods rose by 3.15%, health information services rose by 2.69%, electrical equipment parts rose by 1.84%, and publishing rose by 1.6%. The five sectors leading the decline were: medical equipment decreased by 3.36%, accommodation industry by 2.75%, paper products by 2.45%, tourism services by 2.05% and health care by 1.95%. Apple Rose 1.61%, Google, Facebook and Microsoft were red; Netflix fell 2.53%, and Amazon fell 0.45%. In the U.S. stock market, 151 stocks rose and 136 stocks fell. In terms of popular concept stocks, e-cigarette maker Wuxin technology rose 150% on the first day of listing, jinshanyun rose 17.9% to a record high, who to learn from rose 17.7%, renergy new energy rose 15.2%, bilibilibili rose 7.97%; qutoutiao fell 22.4%, Kaixin auto fell 10.4%, cheetah Mobile fell 7.8%, Xindongfang fell 7.6%, Alibaba, Jingdong, pinduoduo went green. In terms of individual stocks, IBM, a Dow component, closed down 9.91%. According to the company’s financial report, its sales in the fourth quarter were lower than analysts’ expectations, and its revenue fell 6% in annualized terms, the fourth consecutive quarterly decline. Intel fell 9.29% after earnings exceeded expectations, but investors worried that the company would lag behind competitors in manufacturing the latest chip technology. On January 21, local time, the U.S. Department of labor released data showing that in the week ending January 16, the number of people applying for unemployment benefits for the first time in the United States was 900000, down 26000 from 926000 in the revised data of the previous week. In the past four weeks, the average number of new jobless claims in the United States in a single week was 848000, an increase of 23500 compared with the average in the previous four weeks. The vaccination rate in US states is still low, only about 30% at present. It is estimated that Biden’s new government’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan will be released soon. However, some experts said that as the epidemic that lasted for one year could not be controlled for a short time, the bankruptcy rate of American enterprises gradually increased, the employment growth generally slowed down, and the situation of temporary unemployment turning into permanent unemployment was increasing. In global markets, European stocks closed lower on Friday, with the FTSE 100 index of the UK down 0.30% to 6695.07; the DAX index of Germany down 0.24% to 13873.97; and the CAC40 index of France down 0.56% to 5559.57. In the Asia Pacific market, the A-share Shanghai index fell 0.40% to 3606.75 points, while the Shenzhen index rose 0.70% to 15628.73 points. South Korea’s composite index fell 0.64% to 3140.63, the Nikkei 225 index fell 0.44% to 28631.45, and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 1.60% to 29447.85. Gold prices closed lower. Affected by the strength of the US dollar, gold futures for February delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $9.70, or 0.50%, to close at $1856.20/oz on Friday, with an intraday low of $1836.30/oz. Gold futures rose 1.40% this week, the first weekly gain since December 18 last year. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

(editor in charge: Wang Jupeng)


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