Sino-Singapore Jingwei client, June 2 (Eastern Time) Monday, US stocks opened slightly lower and strengthened. The Dow closed up nearly 100 points, the Nasdaq rose 0.66%, and Tesla rose more than 7%.
As of the close, the Dow rose 91.91 points, or 0.36%, to 25475.02 points; the Nasdaq rose 62.18 points, or 0.66%, to 9552.05 points; the S & P 500 index rose 11.42 points, or 0.38%, to 3055.73 points.
Three major US stock index time-sharing chart source: wind
Most large US technology stocks rose, with Apple up 1.23%, Amazon up 1.17%, Netflix up 1.47%, Google up 0.09%, Facebook up 3.03%, and Microsoft down 0.23%.
Bank of America stocks rose, JP Morgan Chase rose 1.32%, Goldman Sachs rose 1.75%, Citigroup rose 3.26%, Morgan Stanley rose 1.18%, Bank of America rose 2.07%, Wells Fargo rose 2.3%.
Popular stocks were mixed, Alibaba fell 0.4%, JD.com rose 0.74%, Baidu rose 0.52%; Hebron Technology rose 16.94%, Fun Headline rose 14.71%, 500 lottery network rose 10.56%, Wanda Sports rose 8.2 %, Weilai Automobile rose 7.04%, NetEase rose 3.84%; Jianan Technology fell 10.17%, 36 krypton fell 8.68%, Tuniu fell 8.16%, Ruixing Coffee fell 5.56%, and Pinduo fell 1.66%.
On the news, on June 1, local time, a total of 26 US states and the capital, Washington, DC, have activated the National Guard in response to nationwide demonstrations. As of the evening of May 31, at least 40 cities across the United States announced a curfew, and Arizona, Texas, and Virginia declared an emergency or disaster state.
In terms of individual stocks, Gilead Science fell 3.43% after Gilead Science announced that the results of the third phase of the use of ridxivir in patients with moderate symptoms of new coronary pneumonia were not as positive as the market expected; Tesla rose 7.56 %, On May 31, EST, Musk ’s SpaceX successfully launched its first commercial manned space flight. In addition, there are media reports that Tesla's super factory Gigafactory Berlin in Berlin, Germany has broken ground.
In terms of international gold prices, the most active August gold futures price on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market fell by US$1.4 on the 1st day from the previous trading day, closing at US$1750.3 per ounce, a decrease of 0.08%. (Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)