December 15th – On Monday, Eastern Time, the Dow closed down 0.62%, losing 300,000 points, the NT index rose 0.5%, and the S&P 500 index fell 0.44%.
As of the close, the Dow closed down 184.82 points, or 0.62%, or 29,861.55 points; the Navian index closed 62.17 points, or 0.5%, or 12440.04 points; and the S&P 500 index closed down 15.97 points, or 0.44%, or 3647.49 points. .
In terms of large U.S. technology stocks, Apple fell 0.51%, Amazon rose 1.3%, Netflix rose 3.82%, Google fell 1.27%, Facebook rose 0.23%, and Microsoft rose 0.44%.
Bank of America stocks fell, JPMorgan Chase fell 1.09%, Goldman Sachs fell 1.07%, Citigroup fell 0.32%, Morgan Stanley fell 2.29%, Bank of America fell 1.26%, and Wells Fargo fell 1.55%.
U.S. energy stocks fell, ExxonMobil fell 3.61%, Chevron fell 3.28%, ConocoPhillips fell 2.51%, Schlumbergher fell 3.31%, and Western Oil fell 8.09%.
In terms of popular Chinese concept stocks, Alibaba fell 3.09%, JD.com fell 3.21%, Baidu rose 1.07%; Tuniu fell 9.05%, Education Technology fell 8.39%, China Net Online fell 8.09%, Lujin Institute fell 5.76%, Learn from Who to Learn from fell 4.98%, and Pinduoduo fell 3.75. %, NextEV fell 2.31%; Chubao rose 22.72%, Xiaopeng Automobile rose 6.64%, Weibo rose 5.25%, and Aurora rose 4.68%.
In terms of European stock markets, the Financial Times’s 100-stock average price index closed at 6531.83 points on the 14th, down 0.23%; the CAC40 index closed at 5527.84 points, up 0.37%, on the Paris stock market in France; and the Frankfurt stock market D, Germany The AX index closed at 13223.16 points, up 0.83%.
Oil prices rose on the 14th, and the futures of New York light crude oil for January 2021 rose 42 cents to close at $46.99 a barrel.
In terms of international gold prices, the most active February 2021 gold futures market on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $11.5 on the 14th from the previous trading day to $1,832.1 per ounce, or 0.62%.