Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, September 2nd, on Wednesday, Eastern Time, the three major US stock indexes closed up and down. The Dow fell for three consecutive days and the Nasdaq hit a record high.

U.S. energy stocks fell across the board, Chevron, ConocoPhillips fell more than 1%, Occidental Petroleum fell more than 2%; Chinese education stocks mostly rose, together with education technology rose 20.91%, head education rose 8.75%, Gaotu Group rose 8.68%.

  Time-sharing chart of the three major US stock indexes.

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  As of the close, the Dow Jones Industrial Index fell 48.20 points, or 0.14%, to 35312.53 points; the Nasdaq index rose 50.14 points, or 0.33%, to 15,309.38 points; the S&P 500 index rose 1.41 points, or 0.03%, to 4524.09 points. .

  Most of the major technology stocks in the US rose. Apple rose 0.45%, Amazon rose 0.24%, Netflix rose 2.26%, Google rose 0.36%, Facebook rose 0.7%, and Microsoft fell 0.02%.

  U.S. banking stocks generally fell. JPMorgan Chase fell 0.21%, Citigroup fell 0.9%, Morgan Stanley fell 0.11%, Bank of America fell 1.27%, and Wells Fargo fell 4.86%.

  US energy stocks fell across the board, Exxon Mobil fell 1.32%, Chevron fell 1.04%, ConocoPhillips fell 1.64%, Schlumberger fell 0.32%, and Occidental Petroleum fell 2.45%.

  Most popular Chinese concept stocks rose. Futu Holdings rose 14.92%, Iclick rose 14.76%, Shell rose 13.43%, Didi Chuxing rose 12.41%, Pinduoduo rose 6.81%, Baidu rose 5.2%, Alibaba rose 3.77%, and Rose 2.83%.

In terms of decline, New Oxygen fell 10.26%, Wanchun Pharmaceutical fell 9.04%, and Aluminum Corporation of China fell 4.38%.

New energy auto stocks fell across the board, with Weilai Motor down 0.51%, Xiaopeng Motor down 3.93%, and Ideal Auto down 1.26%.

China Education stocks mostly rose. Midland International Education rose 36.84%, together with Education Technology rose 20.91%, Four Seasons Education rose 12%, Headmaster Education rose 8.75%, Gaotu Group rose 8.68%, and Worry-Free English rose 5.71%.

  In terms of European stocks, the British FTSE 100 Index reported 7149.84 points, an increase of 30.14 points, an increase of 0.42%; the French CAC40 Index reported 6758.69 points, an increase of 78.51 points, an increase of 1.18%; the German DAX Index reported 15824.29 points, a decrease of 10.80 points, or a decrease of 0.07%. .

  In terms of international oil prices, WTI October crude oil futures settlement price rose 0.09 US dollars, or 0.13%, to 68.59 US dollars per barrel; Brent November crude oil futures settlement price fell 0.04 US dollars, or 0.05%, to 71.59 US dollars per barrel.

  International gold prices fell. COMEX's December gold futures price fell 2.1 US dollars to close at 1816 US dollars per ounce, a decrease of 0.12%.

  The U.S. dollar index fell. As of the end of New York trading, the U.S. dollar index, which measures the U.S. dollar against six major currencies, fell 0.20% to 92.4530.

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

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