Nov. 19 2021 U.S. stocks were mixed Thursday (18th), with the Dow down 0.17 percent, the Nasdaq up 0.45 percent and the S.P. 500 up 0.34 percent. On the hot side, Macy’s rose more than 21.14 percent, Tesla rival Rivian fell more than 15 percent and Nvida gained more than 8 percent.
Big tech stocks were mixed, with Amazon up 4.14 per cent, Apple up 2.85 per cent, Google up 1.21 per cent, Microsoft up 0.63 per cent, Naifei down 1.4 per cent and Facebook down 0.61 per cent.
Anti-epidemic concept stocks rose collectively, with Novakes Pharmaceuticals up 3.84 percent, Moderna up 3.79 percent, Pfizer up 1.08 percent, BioNTech up 0.76 percent and Gilead Sciences up 0.49 percent.
energy stocks were mostly lower, with exxon mobil down 1.06 percent, conocophillips up 1.06 percent, chevron down 0.85 percent, schlumberger down 0.66 percent and western petroleum down 0.39 percent.
most of the popular chinese stocks fell, with only products down 17.83 per cent, beep down 17.17 per cent, financial services down 16.39 per cent, education technology down 16.37 per cent, pop culture down 13.28 per cent, alibaba down 11.13 per cent and pindo down 5.22 per cent. in terms of gains, yixian e-commerce rose 11.11 percent, zhongtong express rose 9.54 percent, boshile rose 7.85 percent, jd.co.eu rose 5.95 percent and china live rose 2.59 percent. new energy vehicle stocks were mixed, with uler motor up 1.13 percent, xiaopeng down 2.07 percent and ideal motor down 3.56 percent.
EUROPEAN STOCKS CLOSED LOWER, WITH GERMANY’S DAX DOWN 0.18 PER CENT AT 16,221.73, FRANCE’S CAC 40 DOWN 0.21 PER CENT AT 7,141.98, BRITAIN’S FTSE 100 DOWN 0.48 PER CENT AT 7,255.96 AND ITALY’S FTSE MIB DOWN 0.59 PER CENT AT 27,661.82.
CRUDE OIL EDGED HIGHER, WITH WTI DECEMBER CRUDE FUTURES UP $0.65, OR 0.83 PERCENT, AT $79.01 A BARREL, WHILE BRENT JANUARY CRUDE FUTURES CLOSED UP $0.96, OR 1.18 PERCENT, AT $81.24 A BARREL.
ON THE GOLD SIDE, COMEX DECEMBER GOLD FUTURES CLOSED DOWN 0.5 PERCENT AT $1,861.40 AN OUNCE.