Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, June 12th, Friday, Eastern Time, the three major US stock indexes opened slightly higher, and all fell in the session. The Dow rose and turned red in the late trading; the Nasdaq performed relatively strong, the S&P 500 The index hit a record high.

  As of the close, the Dow rose 13.36 points to 34479.60 points, an increase of 0.04%; the Nasdaq rose 49.09 points to 14,069.42 points, an increase of 0.35%; the S&P 500 index rose 8.29 points to 4,247.44 points, an increase of 0.19%.

  Source of Dow's all-day trend: Wind

  This week, the Dow fell 0.80%, the Nasdaq rose 1.85%, and the S&P 500 gained 0.41% for three consecutive weeks.

  On the disk, the five sectors leading the gains were: luxury goods rose by 4.63%; clothing manufacturing rose by 3.36%; shipping rose by 2.91%; clothing retail rose by 2.45%; leisure and entertainment rose by 2.05%.

Among them, the leading gainers in the luxury sector were Signet Jewelry, which rose by 7.4%, Forsi, which rose by 5.56%, and Movado, which rose by 3.74%. The apparel manufacturing sector led the gainers by 27.76%, which rose by 4.99. % Of Capri Holdings Ltd, and V.F.Group, which rose 4.59%.

  The five sectors leading the decline were: silver fell by 2.27%; other precious metals and mining fell by 2.08%; gold fell by 1.77%; pharmaceuticals fell by 1.53%; agricultural products fell by 1.05%.

  Among the 11 major sectors of the S&P 500 index, 8 sectors closed up and 3 sectors closed down; among them, the financial sector led the gains and the healthcare sector led the decline.

  In terms of Chinese concept stocks, 181 Chinese concept stocks listed in the United States rose and 181 fell.

China's new energy auto stocks rose collectively, Tucson rose more than 10% in the future, Weilai rose about 7%; Internet technology stocks fell, iQiyi fell nearly 3%, Weibo fell more than 2%, Pinduoduo and Baidu fell More than 1%; education stocks generally fell, good future fell by more than 5%; new stock BOSS direct hires soared by more than 95%.

  In the global market, European stocks closed up collectively. The British FTSE 100 index rose 0.64% to 7,133.55 points, the German DAX index rose 0.76% to 15,689.10 points, and the French CAC40 index rose 0.83% to 6,600.66 points.

  In the Asia-Pacific market, the Shanghai Composite Index closed at 3,589.75 points, a decrease of 0.58%; the Shenzhen Component Index closed at 14,801.24 points, a decrease of 0.62%.

Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed at 28842.130 points, an increase of 0.36%.

The Nikkei 225 index closed at 28,948.73 points, a decrease of 0.03%.

  In the oil market, WTI crude oil futures rose 0.79% to $70.844 per barrel; Brent crude oil futures rose 0.2% to $72.667 per barrel.

  The dollar index rose 0.49% to 90.5100.

United States COMEX gold futures fell 0.96% to $1,878.260 per ounce.

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)