China-Singapore Jingwei, December 23rd. On Wednesday, Eastern Time, the three major US stock indexes closed up for two consecutive days. The Nasdaq and S&P 500 both rose more than 1%.

Caterpillar rose nearly 2%, Microsoft rose 1.8%, Apple rose 1.5%, leading the Dow.

New energy auto stocks rose sharply, Sono Group rose nearly 14%, Tesla rose more than 7%, and Xiaopeng Motors rose more than 4%.

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

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  As of the close, the Dow Jones Industrial Index rose 261.19 points, or 0.74%, to 35,753.89 points; the Nasdaq index rose 180.80 points, or 1.18%, to 15521.89 points; the S&P 500 index rose 47.33 points, or 1.02%, to 4,696.56 points. .

  Most of the major technology stocks in the US rose. Apple rose 1.53%, Amazon rose 0.36%, Netflix rose 1.54%, Google rose 2.05%, Facebook fell 1.12%, and Microsoft rose 1.81%.

  US aviation stocks rose collectively. Boeing rose 1.12%, American Airlines rose 0.77%, Delta Air Lines rose 1.58%, Southwest Airlines rose 0.59%, and United Airlines rose 1.46%.

  Most new energy auto stocks closed up, with Sono Group up 13.82%, Tesla up 7.49%, Xiaopeng Motors up 4.55%, Lucid Group up 1.79%, and Ideal Auto up 1.43%.

  Most popular Chinese concept stocks fell. Pan-China Financial Holdings fell 10.49%, Didi Chuxing fell 6.87%, Futu Holdings fell 6.01%, Dingdong Maicai fell 5.83%, Kaixin Auto fell 5.37%, and Bilibili fell 4.68% , Alibaba fell 4.21%.

In terms of gains, Qutoutiao rose 11.9%, Bright Scholar rose 8.7%, Worry-Free English rose 7.55%, and iClick rose 5.84%.

  In terms of European stocks, the three major European stock indexes closed up across the board. The UK FTSE 100 Index reported 7341.66 points, an increase of 44.25 points, or 0.61%; the French CAC40 Index reported 7051.67 points, an increase of 86.68 points, or 1.24%; the German DAX Index reported 15591.47 points. , Up 146.03 points, or 0.95%.

  International oil prices rose, and the WTI February crude oil futures settlement price rose by 1.64 US dollars, or 2.30%, to 72.76 US dollars per barrel.

Brent's February crude oil futures settlement price rose 1.31 US dollars, or 1.77%, to 75.29 US dollars per barrel.

  International gold prices rose. COMEX's February gold futures price rose by 13.5 US dollars to close at 1802.2 US dollars per ounce, an increase of 0.75%.

  The U.S. dollar index fell. By the end of New York trading, the U.S. dollar index, which measures the U.S. dollar against six major currencies, fell 0.41% to 96.0888.

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

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