Beautiful earnings report and stimulus plan landed, U.S. stocks closed up, Apple returned to the world’s number one market value

Original title: Beautiful earnings report and stimulus plan landing, US stocks closed up, Apple returned to the world’s top market capitalization source: financial industry website
Financial Sector US Stocks News August 1, Beijing time news, the trillion-dollar stimulus plan was approved and the four major technology stocks were absolutely boosted by their beautiful earnings reports. US stocks closed up in shock, the Dow rose more than 100 points, and the Nasdaq rose more than 150 points. ; Technology stocks and the concept of blockchain rose collectively, Apple’s performance exceeded expectations, the stock price soared by more than 10%, and the market value reached $1.84 trillion, returning to the world’s largest market capitalization of listed companies; Leju’s acquisition of shares boosted the closing price. 6%, the intraday rose more than 80% six times to trigger a fuse.
As of the close, the Dow Jones Index rose 114.67 points to 26,428.32 points or 0.44%; the Nasdaq Index rose 157.46 points to 10745.27 points or 1.49%; the S&P 500 Index rose 24.90 points to 3,271.12 points or 0.77%. Most US stocks rose. The technology sector rose 2.50. The communications sector rose 1.40%. The non-essential sector fund sector rose 0.52%. The general-purpose sector rose 0.16%. The materials sector rose 0.10%. The financial sector rose 0.04%. The necessities industry fund sector fell 0.10%. The real estate sector fell 0.11%. The industrial sector fell 0.37%. The energy sector fell 0.47%. The medical sector fell 0.57%.
On Friday, the three major U.S. stock indexes fluctuated sharply during intraday trading, and the announcement of major technology stock companies did not unexpectedly cause an overall rise; the Asian market was mixed, and the Japanese stock market was hit by the sharp contraction of US GDP. , The Nikkei 225 index fell by more than 600 points, and the Chinese stock market bucked the trend. Technology stock leaders such as Apple and Amazon released strong performances; the European market fell slightly, and the second wave of the new crown epidemic in the EU became more obvious. The United Kingdom and France The stock market fell by more than 1%. At the same time, the personal income and expenditure data of the United States in June were mixed. Consumer spending surged for the second consecutive month, rising by 5.6% month-on-month, in line with market expectations, but personal income continued to decline, with a month-on-month drop of 1.1 %, weaker than market expectations. The PCE price index, an inflation indicator followed by the Fed, continued to perform weakly, with a month-on-month increase of 0.4% and a year-on-year increase of 0.8%. The impact of weak energy prices was obvious; in early trading, the three major indexes were mixed, the Nasdaq index Under the stimulus of major constituent stocks such as Apple, the S&P 500 index quickly opened higher and lowered, giving up most of the gains. Energy and industrial sectors led the decline. Apple’s gains reached 7% and exceeded $410. Amazon and Facebook also All have a strong upside trend, but Google unexpectedly fell by more than 2%. In the intraday, S&P and Dow index turned down successively, Chevron led the decline in the energy sector, plummeting by more than 3%, and ROKU surpassed and fell. Breaking through the pressure level of US$158, the price of gold rebounded to near historical highs, and the US dollar index rebounded at the same time; in late trading, Apple pulled up with all strength, soaring more than 10%, regaining the throne of the world’s largest market capitalization company. All three indexes corrected, but small-cap stocks The index still fell by more than 1%, the two parties in the House of Representatives still failed to reach a final agreement on the new epidemic relief bill, and the price of gold once exceeded the $2,000 mark. This week the Dow fell 0.2%, the Nasdaq rose 3.7%, and the S&P 500 index rose 1.7%. This month the Dow rose 2.4%, the Nasdaq rose 6.8%, and the S&P 500 index rose 5.5%.
European stock markets closed down on Friday. The Stoxx Europe 600 index fell 3.19 points to close at 356.33 points, a decrease of 0.89%. Most industry sectors and the stock markets of major European countries closed lower. Throughout the July trading, European stock markets also fell, for the first time in four months. The German DAX 30 index fell 0.54% to close at 12313.36 points; the British FTSE 100 index fell 1.54% to close at 5897.76 points; the French CAC 40 index fell 1.43% to close at 4783.69 points. At the same time, Italy’s FTSE MIB index also fell 0.71% to close at 1,091.93 points. As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.71%, and the Shenzhen Component Index rose 1.29%. Nikkei 225 index fell 2.82%, South Korea KOSPI said