Zhongxin Jingwei, September 9 -- On Monday, Eastern time, the three major indexes of US stocks closed slightly higher. The Dow closed up 19.6 points, or 06.0%, at 02,34624.30, the NASDAQ added 1.90 points, or 0.01%, to 13710,24.500 and the S&P 3 gained 21.0 points, or 07.4453%, to 53,<>.<>.

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Big tech stocks were mixed, with Apple up 1.69%, Amazon down 0.29%, Netflix down 0.64%, Google up 0.59%, Facebook up 0.75% and Microsoft down 0.35%. Tesla fell 3.32 percent after Goldman Sachs cut its profit forecasts for 2023 and 2024.

Bank stocks mostly rose, with JPMorgan Chase up 0.22%, Goldman Sachs up 0.24%, Citi down 0.18%, Morgan Stanley up 0.32%, Bank of America down 0.24% and Wells Fargo up 1.14%.

Energy stocks rose en masse, with ExxonMobil up 0.85%, Chevron up 0.45%, ConocoPhillips up 0.74%, Schlumberger up 1.05% and Occidental up 0.27%.

Airline stocks were lower across the board, with Boeing down 1.44 percent, American Airlines down 1.5 percent, Delta Air Lines down 2.53 percent, Southwest Airlines down 2.05 percent and United down 2.34 percent.

Popular Chinese concept stocks were mixed, with Sodi Biotech up 9.8%, Hutchison Pharmaceutical up 8.63%, BeiGene up 4.29%, Hao Future up 3.94%, Huanju up 2.27%, and Bit Digital up 1.75%; In terms of decline, Dajian Cloud Warehouse fell 12.66%, MINISO fell 5.65%, Lufax Holdings fell 5.41%, 360 Digital fell 4.35%, Shengfeng Logistics fell 4.32%, and Energy Chain Intelligent fell 4.31%. China New Energy Vehicle stocks were mixed, with NIO down 1.1%, Xpeng Motors up 0.87% and Li Auto down 2.39%.

In European stocks, Germany's DAX closed down 1.05% at 15727,12.40, France's CAC 1 closed down 39.7276% at 14,100.0 and Britain's FTSE 76 closed down 7652.94% at <>,<>.<>.

In terms of international oil prices, WTI October crude oil futures closed up $10.0, or 71.0%, at $78.91 per barrel. Brent crude futures for November ended up $48.11, or 0.50 percent, at $0.53 a barrel.

In terms of gold prices, the most actively traded gold futures market on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market in December rose $12.7, or 2.1953%, from the previous session to close at $4.0 an ounce.

In the dollar index, the dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, fell 0.11% to 105.203 by the end of trading in New York. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)