China-Singapore Jingwei, April 2 (Xinhua) The three major U.S. stock indexes fluctuated widely on Friday, and closed up sharply in late trading.

Most of the popular Chinese concept stocks rose, and Hong Kong's Dagong Wenzhou rose 60.89%.

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  At 16:00 on April 1st Eastern Time (04:00 on April 2nd, Beijing time), the Dow closed up 139.92 points to 34818.27 points, an increase of 0.40%; the Nasdaq closed up 40.98 points to 14261.50 points, an increase of 0.40% 0.29%; the S&P 500 closed up 15.45 points at 4545.86 points, an increase of 0.34%.

In the first quarter, the Dow fell 4.57%, the Nasdaq fell 9.1%, and the S&P 500 fell 4.95%.

  Large U.S. technology stocks were mixed, with Apple down 0.17%, Amazon up 0.35%, Netflix down 0.3%, Google up 0.78%, Facebook up 1.12%, and Microsoft up 0.36%.

  Most U.S. bank stocks fell, with JPMorgan down 0.76%, Goldman Sachs down 0%, Citigroup down 2.04%, Morgan Stanley down 0.5%, Bank of America down 0.78%, and Wells Fargo up 0.5%.

  U.S. energy stocks rose collectively, with Exxon Mobil up 0.63%, Chevron up 0.85%, ConocoPhillips up 0.6%, Schlumberger up 0.9%, and Occidental Oil up 2.38%.

  Most of the popular Chinese concept stocks rose, Hong Kong Dagong Wenxue rose 60.89%, rose 27.03%, Leju rose 19.68%, iClick rose 14.41%, Daily Youxian rose 13.91%, Shell rose 13.26%, Didi rose Travel rose 12.8%; in terms of declines, Singularity Future fell 11.84%, Tianmei Biotechnology fell 10.3%, Puxin Education fell 7.69%, Baidatong fell 6.96%, and Merit Interactive fell 6.25%.

Zhonggai new energy vehicle stocks rose collectively, Weilai Automobile rose 4.23%, Xiaopeng Motors rose 5.71%, and Ideal Motors rose 5.54%.

  In terms of data, data released by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) on April 1 showed that the U.S. manufacturing sentiment index fell by 1.5 points month-on-month to 57.1 in March, the lowest value for the index in nearly two years.

  Data released by the U.S. Department of Labor on April 1, local time, showed that the U.S. added 431,000 jobs in March and the unemployment rate fell to 3.6 percent.

According to the "Capitol Hill" report, job growth was slightly lower than expected, and economists had generally expected about 490,000 jobs to be added in March and the unemployment rate to fall to 3.7%.

  The team of Xiong Yuan, chief economist of Guosheng Securities, believes that non-agricultural employment in the United States was stable in March, and the Fed’s interest rate hike expectations did not change much after the data was released.

  In terms of news, on Friday, local time, the International Energy Agency (IEA) announced after an emergency meeting that, under the leadership of U.S. Energy Secretary Granholm, 31 member states reached a resolution to sell the strategic oil reserve again, but did not Clearly give the amount of dumping and storage that all parties are more concerned about.

  European stock markets: The three major European stock indexes rose across the board on the 1st.

The 100-stock average price index of the "Financial Times" stock market in London, England, closed at 7537.90 points, up 22.22 points, or 0.30%; the French Paris stock market CAC40 index closed at 6684.31 points, up 24.44 points, or 0.37%; Frankfurt, Germany The DAX index of the stock market closed at 14,446.48 points, up 31.73 points, or 0.22%.

  International oil prices: New York oil prices fell on the 1st, and the price of New York light crude oil futures for May delivery fell $1.01, or 1.01%, to close at $99.27 a barrel.

This week, it fell 14.63 US dollars, a cumulative decline of 12.84%, the largest weekly decline in the past two years.

  International gold prices: The most actively traded June gold futures price in the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market fell $30.3 from the previous trading day to close at $1,923.7 an ounce, a decrease of 1.55%.

  U.S. dollar index: The U.S. dollar index rose on the 1st. As of late New York trading, the U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, rose 0.33% to 98.6320.

(Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)

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