Sino-Singapore Jingwei, September 23, Wednesday (22nd) Eastern Time, US stocks collectively rose, the Dow rose 1%, the Nasdaq rose 1.02%, and the S&P 500 index rose 0.95%.
Boeing, Chevron, American Express, Goldman Sachs and others led the Dow.
The Federal Reserve's FOMC announced its monetary policy decision to maintain the benchmark interest rate in the range of 0% to 0.25%, which is in line with market expectations.
The policy report shows that if the US economic recovery process continues to make the expected progress, the Fed may begin to slow down the pace of asset purchases.
In addition, according to the latest economic forecast released by the Federal Reserve, it is expected that interest rates will rise to about 0.5% before the end of 2022, which is earlier than the previous May expectation, that is, interest rates will not be adjusted until 2023.
Most of the large technology stocks rose, Netflix rose 3.06%, Apple rose 1.69%, Microsoft rose 1.28%, Amazon rose 1.09%, Google rose 0.9%, and Facebook fell 3.99%.
Energy stocks and aviation stocks rose collectively. Occidental Petroleum rose 5.23%, ConocoPhillips rose 4.9%, Chevron rose 2.96%, Exxon Mobil rose 2.85%, Schlumberger rose 0.85%; Boeing rose 4.12%, and the United States Airlines rose 3.85%, Delta Air Lines rose 3.1%, Southwest Airlines rose 2.99%, and United Airlines rose 2.77%.
Most popular Chinese concept stocks rose, WiMi Hologram rose 19.26%, Lanting Group rose 9.85%, Fangdo rose 9.52%, Green Hotel rose 8.95%, Huaneng Power rose 7.83%, JD rose 3.29%, Pinduoduo rose 2.63%. Weilai Auto rose 2.26%, Baidu rose 2.02%, Alibaba rose 1.16%, Ideal Auto rose 0.92%, Xiaopeng Motor rose 0.54%; Fangtian fell 4.62%, Wanchun Pharmaceutical fell 4.24%, China Everbright Water fell 3.39 %, Yangtze River fell 2.8%.
European stock markets also rose across the board. The German DAX index rose 1.03%, the French CAC40 index rose 1.29%, the UK FTSE 100 index rose 1.47%, and the Italian FTSE MIB index rose 1.44%.
In terms of commodity futures, WTI November crude oil futures closed up 1.74 US dollars, or 2.47%, to 72.23 US dollars per barrel; Brent November crude oil futures closed up 1.83 US dollars, or 2.46%, to 76.19 US dollars per barrel.
Gold rose slightly by 0.03%, and the COMEX December gold futures settlement price rose by 0.6 US dollars to close at 1778.8 US dollars per ounce.
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