February 6th – U.S. stocks continued to rise on Friday. The NUHK index and S&P 500 index hit record highs in intraday and closing.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 index rose for the fifth consecutive trading day.
At 16:00 ET on February 5, the Dow closed up 92.38 points, or 1.080.30%, at 31,148.24 points; the Navy index closed up 78.56 points, or 0.57%, at 13,856.30 points; and S&P 5 The 00 index closed up 15.09 points to 3886.83 points, up 0.39%.
In the session, the Nassnas index peaked at 13,878.16 points, and the S&P 500 index peaked at 3894.56 points.
The NAX and S&P 500 indexes hit record highs in intraday and closing after Thursday.
Large U.S. technology stocks rose and fell mixed, with Apple falling 0.31%, Amazon rising 0.63%, Netflix falling 0.25%, Google rising 1.71%, Facebook rising 0.6%, and Microsoft rising 0.08%.
American Airlines shares rose and fell differently, with Boeing falling 1.32%, American Airlines falling 1.21%, Delta Airlines rising 0.51%, Southwest Airlines rising 1.89%, and United Airlines falling 0.64%.
U.S. oil stocks rose collectively, ExxonMobil rose 3.37%, Chevron rose 0.24%, ConocoPhillips rose 0.91%, Slumberger rose 0.75%, and Western Oil rose 1.17%.
Popular Chinese concept stocks rose and fell differently, with Xiaoying Technology rising 37.2%, Tuniu rising 25.8%, Aurora rising 25.1%, Air China rising 16.5%, Yixian e-commerce rising 14.8%, setting a new record high, Baidu rising 4.53%, lychee falling 21.3%, and Boqi.com falling 8.9%, 500 The lottery network fell 8.4%, and Yibang Communications fell 6.9%.
New energy vehicle stocks fell generally, NIO fell 1.61%, Xiaopeng fell 2.51%, and Ideal Automobile fell 1.43%. Luckin Coffee fell 45.01% in the powder market.
On the evening of the 5th, in response to the online rumor that Luckin Coffee filed for bankruptcy protection in the United States, Luckin Coffee explained on its official Weibo that filing for bankruptcy protection was an important step in the restructuring plan.
In terms of data, a report released by the U.S. Department of Labor on Friday showed that the number of non-farm jobs in the United States increased by 49,000 in January, which was significantly lower than the expected 105,000.
U.S. President Biden said on the 5th local time that the January employment report showed that the economic recovery of the United States was slow, and the United States urgently needed a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief plan.
Biden believes that the number of jobs in private enterprises has increased by only 6,000 in the past, and at this rate, it will take the United States 10 years to fully resume employment.
European stocks: The three major European stock indexes rose and fell on the 5th.
The Financial Times 100 Stock Average of London Stocks closed at 6489.33 points, down 14.39 points, or 0.22%; the Paris Stock Market CAC40 Index closed at 5659.26 points, up 50.72 points or 0.90% from the previous transaction; Germany The DAX index of Frankfurt stock market fell 3.57 points, or 0.03%, to close at 14,056.72 points.
International oil prices: New York oil prices rose on the 5th, and New York light crude oil futures for March delivery rose 62 cents to $56.85 a barrel.
Brent crude oil futures closed up $0.50, or 0.85%, to $59.34 per barrel.
International gold price: The most active April gold futures market on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose $21.8 on the 5th from the previous trading day, closing at $1,813 per ounce, or 1.22%.