China-Singapore Jingwei, May 3. On Monday, Eastern Time, the three major U.S. stock indexes closed up collectively.

Technology stocks led the gains, with Meta up more than 5%.

  As of the close, the Dow rose 0.26% to 33061.50 points, the Nasdaq rose 1.63% to 12536.02 points, and the S&P 500 rose 0.57% to 4155.38 points.

  Large U.S. technology stocks rose collectively. Apple rose 0.2%, Amazon rose 0.18%, Netflix rose 4.78%, Google rose 2.17%, Facebook rose 5.32%, and Microsoft rose 2.5%.

  U.S. stock bank stocks rose collectively. JPMorgan Chase rose 0.95%, Goldman Sachs rose 1.59%, Citigroup rose 1.1%, Morgan Stanley rose 1.7%, Bank of America rose 1.26%, and Wells Fargo rose 0.11%.

  US energy stocks rose collectively, Exxon Mobil rose 1.4%, Chevron rose 2%, ConocoPhillips rose 0.44%, Schlumberger rose 0.26%, and Occidental Oil rose 5.84%.

  U.S. airline stocks fell across the board, with Boeing down 0.15%, American Airlines down 1.12%, Delta Air Lines down 0.83%, and Southwest Airlines down 0.41%.

  The stock price trends of popular Chinese concept stocks are divided, with Education Technology up 13.08%, Wuyou English up 12.32%, Kingsoft Cloud up 10.5%, Alibaba up 4.2%, Pinduoduo up 3.64%, up 2.77%; International Cord Blood Bank down 28.57 %, TouchPal fell 14.7%, Leju fell 9.45%, and Tuniu fell 8.81%.

New energy vehicle stocks rose collectively, with NIO up 4.67%, Xiaopeng Motors up 3.25%, and Ideal Auto up 4.01%.

  In terms of European stocks, the DAX index of the Frankfurt stock market in Germany fell 158.81 points, or 1.13%, to close at 13939.07 points on the 2nd; the CAC40 index of the Paris stock market closed at 6425.61 points on the 2nd, down 108.16 points or 1.66% from the previous trading day. ; UK markets are closed for a public holiday.

  It is worth mentioning that on the afternoon of May 2, Beijing time, a five-minute "flash crash" occurred shortly after the opening of the Nordic stock market.

Sweden's OMX Stockholm 30 fell as much as 8% in just five minutes before recouping most of its losses shortly after.

Similar situations have occurred in France and Germany.

As of the close, the Swedish OMX30 index closed slightly down 1.85% at 2020.83 points.

  Earlier, a spokesman for the Nasdaq Nordic exchange said that Nasdaq Nordic was investigating an unexplained slump in the stock market earlier on Monday and that "significant orders" contributed to the earlier decline and would not be cancelled. Any orders placed during a drop.

  New York oil prices rose on the 2nd, the New York light sweet crude oil futures price for June delivery rose 0.48 US dollars to close at 105.17 US dollars a barrel.

  The most actively traded June gold futures price in the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market fell $48.1 from the previous trading day to close at $1,863.6 an ounce, a decrease of 2.52%.

  The dollar index rose significantly on the 2nd. As of late New York trading, the dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, rose 0.76% to 103.7430.

(Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)