The three major US stock indexes were mixed at the close on Monday. At the close, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 53.22 points to 25053.11 points, a decrease of 0.21%; the S&P 500 index rose 1.92 points, or 0.07%, to 2709.80 points; the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 9.71 points, or 0.13 points. %, to 7307.90 points.
The so-called "FAANG" of the five major technology giants rose four times, of which Netflix fell 0.53%, Facebook fell 0.92%, Alphabet fell 0.01%, Amazon rose 0.18%, Apple fell 0.58%. At the close, Microsoft had a market capitalization of $807.5 billion, the world's highest market value; Apple ranked second with a market capitalization of $798.9 billion; Amazon ranked third with a market capitalization of $7815 billion.
[Chinese concept stocks]
Most of China's concept stocks rose, among which companies with larger gains included: Best Group (up 7.17%), interesting headlines (up 6.12%), 111 Group (up 6.03%), Leju (up 4.79%), and credit (up 4.36%), China Net Load Line (up 4.22%), Youxin (up 4.04%), Good Future (up 3.91%), Xiaowin Technology (up 3.80%), Aurora Data (up 3.24%), Pleasant Loan ( Up 3.18%), Green Hotel (up 3.17%).
On the other hand, companies with larger declines include: Mushroom Street (5.56%), Lanting (5.48%), Ninth City (down 5.00%), Xinfu (3.36%), 360 Finance (down) 3.31%), fluently said (down 3.31%), Jane Technology (down 2.98%), Weilai Automobile (down 2.74%), SouFun (down 2.67%), and financial sector (down 2.51%).
JPMorgan Chase upgrades New Oriental rating to neutral target price to $80
According to foreign media reports, JP Morgan Chase today released an investment research report, rating New Oriental stock (NYSE: EDU) from "overweight" to "neutral", raising the target price from $75 Up to $80. JPMorgan analyst Leon · Leon Chik said in the report that the reason for lowering New Oriental's stock rating is mainly because New Oriental's share price has approached fair value after a recent rise. New Oriental shares rose 1.82% to close at $79.01.
Jingdong 2.7 billion acquisition of Beijing Cuigong Hotel 100% equity will be transformed into a development carrier
According to Sky's inspection, Jingdong (NASDAQ: JD) acquired 2.7 billion of the 100% stake in Beijing Jade Palace Hotel. The Jade Palace Hotel was established in 1987 with a registered capital of 480 million yuan. The current five-star qualification has been cancelled, and the loss of performance and high debt have become the main reasons for the sale of the Jade Palace Hotel. In response, Jingdong responded to Tencent Technology that Jingdong Group's acquisition of Jade Palace Hotel is based on long-term layout and development. In the future, the project will be transformed into a technology research and development, business office, and become the carrier space for Jingdong Group's industrial development in Haidian District. Haidian District is rich in intellectual resources and rich in innovative resources. Jingdong hopes to rely on the location advantage of Haidian to play the role of Jingdong Group's innovation-leading tie, and help Haidian to become a globally influential science and technology innovation center. Jingdong shares rose 1.21% to close at 24.28.
Fund giants Third Point sold 4 million shares of Ali in the fourth quarter
According to foreign media reports, radical investor Daniel S. Loeb hedge fund ThirdPoint's latest 13-f regulatory filings, the $17 billion hedge fund sold a large amount of Ali in the fourth quarter. Baba (NYSE: BABA), Microsoft, PayPal and Netflix shares. The document shows that in the fourth quarter, Third Point sold 1.25 million Netflix shares, 4.1 million shares of Microsoft stock and 4.45 million shares of Alibaba. At the same time, ThirdPoint sold more than 5 million PayPal shares, cutting its PayPal shares by more than half, but the latter remains the top five positions in ThirdPoint. Alibaba Group shares rose 0.05% to close at $167.45.
Li wants to send a message to respond “to be driven out of the car home”; rumor: this stain is not back
On February 10th, Li and his founder and CEO Li Xiang sent a reply on Weibo to the rumor that he left the car home (NYSE: ATHM) a few years ago. Li Xiang said: "Many people think that I was driven out of the car home, and repeatedly attacked me, this stain is not back. & rdquo; Li wants to say: "In 2011, I want to leave the car home to start a business, I only talked with Qin Zhi. Qin Zhi said that we must make the car home more than 5 billion US dollars to let me go. I stayed and made a market value of more than $5 billion. I left the car home in June 2015 to start a car and home. A year later, Ping An acquired the car home. & rdquo; Auto House shares fell 0.76% to close at $75.66.
[US Technology Stocks]
US technology stocks rose by half, among which companies with larger gains included: Groupon (up 4.17%), Gopro (up 3.20%), Sonos (up 2.80%), Fitbit (up 2.62%), and Spotify (up 2.31%). Tesla (up 2.30%), iRobot (up 2.00%), Square (up 1.13%), Qualcomm (up 1.07%), and Dell (up 1.03%).
On the other hand, the companies with larger declines included: Activision Blizzard (down 7.60%), Roku (down 2.67%), Western Digital (down 1.67%), Snap (down 1.21%), Nvidia (down 1.16%), match Symantec (down 1.06%) and Dropbox (down 1.06%).
Investment bank raises Tesla rating to buy target price up to $450
According to foreign media reports, investment bank Canaccord Genuity released an investment research report on Monday, and upgraded Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) stock rating from “hold” to “buy” and “target” Increased from $330 to $450. Canaccord Genuity analyst Jed · Jed Dorsheimer said in the report: "At present, the rapid spread of electric vehicles has not received enough attention from Wall Street. We believe that Tesla will continue to develop steadily in 2019 and investors' concerns will be less and less. "Dortmeyer also said: "We believe that Tesla's recent series of price cuts further indicates that the company's cost reductions and correct size adjustments will help it achieve the ultimate goal of Model 3 $35,000. ” Tesla shares rose 2.30% to close at $312.84.
The first batch of Tesla Model 3 for official delivery arrived in Tianjin Port!
On February 11th, domestic media reported that on the first day after the Spring Festival holiday, the owners of the Tesla Model 3 had been eagerly awaiting the delivery of the first Tesla Model 3 for official delivery. “Glovis Symphony” arrived in Tianjin Port early that morning, worried that the owners who can pick up the car in March 2019 can feel at ease! Tesla shares rose 2.30% to close at $312.84.
Apple's shipments in the fourth quarter plummeted by 20% due to market shrinkage
According to foreign media reports, market research firm IDC's latest report pointed out that Apple (NASDAQ: APPL) ranked fourth in China's smartphone shipments, with market share plummeting 20% to 11.5%, ahead of Xiaomi. . The overall market fell 9.7% in the quarter of December last year to 103 million. Huawei's mobile phone shipments jumped by 23.3%, and its market share was the highest, reaching 29%. Oppo and Vivo have market shares of 19.6% and 18.8%, respectively. Apple shares fell 0.58% to close at $169.43.
Intel expands Ireland's capacity investment to 7 billion euros to build a two-chip factory
According to foreign media reports, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) has filed an application for a large-scale expansion of its manufacturing park in Ireland. According to reports, the chipmaker has announced plans to expand the size of its Lexlip factory in Ireland, but now the company confirmed that it is seeking to further expand the semiconductor manufacturing base. These new plans, along with other plans announced last year, may allow Intel to build two new semiconductor factories in Ireland. According to Irish media reports, Intel will invest 7 billion euros in the expansion of the Irish manufacturing base. Intel shares fell 0.14% to close at $48.77.
EU countries agree on new copyright law, Google is facing heavy losses
According to foreign media reports, the EU countries reached an agreement last week on the common position of negotiating with lawmakers next week, thus taking an important step forward. Last month, after the EU countries failed to bridge their differences, negotiations on the new copyright law stalled, including whether small companies should abide by these rules. Some critics have pointed out that the root cause of the differences between EU member states is the behind-the-scenes lobbying by Google and other companies. The ambassadors from 28 EU countries had a few hours of talks, which lasted until Friday night, and finally reached a consensus. Now their position must be with the European Commission and the European Council of European Parliament (European Council). The position is consistent. Article 11 of the new copyright law proposal requires Google, Microsoft Corp. and other Internet companies to pay publishers the cost of displaying news summaries and snippets. Article 13 requires online video platforms such as YouTube and Instagram to install filtering software to Preventing users from uploading copyrighted film and television materials has been the most controversial. Alphabet shares fell 0.01% to close at 1095.01.