Sino-Singapore Jingwei, October 27th. On Tuesday, Eastern Time, the three major US stock indexes closed up.

The Dow and S&P continued to hit record highs, while the Nasdaq rose slightly.

The majority of US energy stocks rose, Exxon Mobil rose 2.35%; the majority of Chinese education stocks fell, Ruisi Subject English fell 15.44%, Dane Education fell 12.90%, Worry-Free English fell 10.07%, and Head Education fell 9.91%.

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

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  As of the close, the Dow Jones Industrial Index rose 15.73 points, or 0.04%, to 35,756.88 points; the Nasdaq index rose 9.01 points, or 0.06%, to 15235.72 points; the S&P 500 index rose 8.31 points, or 0.18%, to 4,574.79 points .

  Large technology stocks in the U.S. stocks were mixed. Apple rose 0.46%, Amazon rose 1.68%, Netflix fell 0.47%, Google rose 1.35%, Facebook fell 3.92%, and Microsoft rose 0.64%.

  Most US energy stocks rose, Exxon Mobil rose 2.35%, Chevron rose 0.22%, ConocoPhillips rose 0.61%, Schlumberger fell 0.35%, and Occidental Petroleum rose 0.4%.

  Most of the popular Chinese concept stocks fell. Rise Subject English fell 15.44%, Fangduoduo fell 13.24%, Shell fell 12.99%, Dane Education fell 12.90%, Qu Toutiao fell 11.02%, Worry-Free English fell 10.07%, Headmaster Education fell 9.91%, Xiaoying Technology fell 9.54%, iQiyi fell 6.26%, Bilibili fell 5.97%, Tencent Music fell 3.9%, Alibaba fell 3.5%, JD fell 3.29%, Baidu fell 3.78%. In terms of growth rate, Dingdong Shopping rose 9.82%, Xunlei rose 6.33%, Mogujie rose 5.61%, and Puxin Education rose 5.59%.

New energy auto stocks fell across the board, with Weilai Motor down 1.91%, Xiaopeng Motor down 5.78%, and Ideal Auto down 3.42%.

  In terms of European stocks, the three major European stock indexes rose collectively.

The British FTSE 100 index reported 7277.62 points, an increase of 54.80 points, or 0.76%; the French CAC40 index reported 6766.51 points, an increase of 53.64 points, an increase of 0.80%; the German DAX index reported 15757.06 points, an increase of 157.83 points, an increase of 1.01%.

  International oil prices rose, WTI December crude oil futures settlement price rose 0.89 US dollars, or 1.06%, to 84.65 US dollars / barrel.

Brent's December crude oil futures settlement price rose 0.48 US dollars, or 0.56%, to 85.65 US dollars per barrel.

  International gold prices fell. COMEX's December gold futures price fell by 13.4 US dollars to close at 1793.4 US dollars per ounce, a decrease of 0.74%.

  The U.S. dollar index rose. As of the end of New York trading, the U.S. dollar index, which measures the U.S. dollar against six major currencies, rose 0.14% to 93.9425.

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

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