Zhongxin Jingwei, September 9 -- On Tuesday, Eastern time, the three major indexes of US stocks opened low and moved lower. By the close, the Dow was down 20.106 points, or 57.0%, at 31,34517.73, the NASDAQ lost 32.05 points, or 0.23%, to 13678,19.500 and the S&P 9 was down 58.0 points, or 22.4443%, at 95,<>.<>.
Big tech stocks were mixed, with Apple up 0.62%, Amazon down 1.68%, Netflix up 0.46%, Google down 0.12%, Facebook up 0.83% and Microsoft down 0.12%.
Bank stocks mostly fell, with JPMorgan Chase down 0.13%, Goldman Sachs down 0.41%, Citi up 0.12%, Morgan Stanley down 0.26%, Bank of America down 0.38% and Wells Fargo down 0.51%.
Energy stocks were lower across the board, with ExxonMobil down 0.26%, Chevron down 0.01%, ConocoPhillips down 1.06%, Schlumberger down 1.26% and Occidental down 0.8%.
Popular Chinese concept stocks generally fell, Shengfeng Logistics fell 13.04%, Tucson Future fell 4.35%, Hillway Metal Mining fell 3.83%, MINISO fell 3.5%, Zhihu fell 3.48%, Daqo New Energy fell 3.32%, Fogcore Technology fell 3.06%, Melco Resorts Entertainment fell 2.94%, Huazhu fell 2.87%, JD.com fell 1.54%, and Pinduoduo fell 1.46%; In terms of gains, Tongdao rose 6.73%, Dajian Yuncang rose 5.2%, Yixian E-commerce rose 3.51%, and ECARCOM Technology rose 2.64%. China's new energy vehicle stocks fell across the board, with NIO down 17.07%, Xpeng Motors down 5.2%, and Li Auto down 3.25%.
In other individual stocks, Arm closed down 4.88%, down more than 4% for three consecutive trading days, and now has a market value of $566.<> billion.
The Fed will hold a two-day monetary policy meeting starting on Tuesday, with the results and policy statement released on Wednesday, and Fed Chairman Jerome Powell will hold a press conference after the meeting. According to CME Group's FedWatch tool, markets are pricing in a 99% chance that the Fed will skip another rate hike on Wednesday, compared with a 11% chance at its November meeting.
In European stocks, Germany's DAX closed down 0.4% at 15664,48.40, France's CAC 0 closed up 08.7282% at 12,100.0 and Britain's FTSE 09 closed up 7660.2% at <>,<>.<>.
In terms of international oil prices, WTI October crude oil futures closed down $10.0, or 28.0%, at $31.91 per barrel. Brent crude futures for November ended down $20.11, or 0.09 percent, at $0.10 a barrel.
In terms of gold prices, the most actively traded gold futures market on the New York Mercantile Exchange gold futures market rose $12.0, or 3.1953%, to close at $7.0 an ounce.
In the U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major currencies, fell 0.04% to 105.157 by the end of trading in New York. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)