On Wednesday, us time, US stocks closed down sharply, adding to the performance of September. There was another wave of selling in technology stocks, with investors worried about the spread of the new crown epidemic and the uncertainty of a new round of fiscal stimulus measures in the United States.
The Dow closed down 525.05 points, or 1.92 percent, at 26,763.13, after an early gain of 176 points; the Standard & Poor's 500 closed down 2.37 percent at 3236.92; and the Nasdaq down 3.02 percent at 10632.99.
Specifically, in US stock trading on Wednesday, leading technology stocks generally fell, with Apple shares closing at $107.12, down 4.19%; Google's parent company alphabet, down 3.43%; Amazon, at $2999.86, down 4.13%; Microsoft, at $200.59, down 3.29%; Facebook, down 2.25%, to $249.02; Oracle, to close at $249.02 IBM closed at $118.83, down 1.39%, Netflix closed at $470.61, down 4.19%, Tesla at $380.36, down 10.34%, twitter up 6.08%, Uber down 2.47%, and LYFT down 4.73%.
Chip leading stocks in US stocks generally fell, with TSMC closing at $77.92, down 3.18%; NVIDIA closed at $484.95, down 4.07%; Intel closed at $48.82, down 2.26%; Botong closed at $351.59, down 2.77%; Qualcomm closed at $110.57, down 2.86%; Texas Instruments closed at $135.16, down 2.52%; amd closed at 74.73 The dollar, down 3.82%; Mercer technology rose 0.30%; and applied materials fell 1.11%.
Most of the major Chinese stocks listed in the United States fell, with Netease closing at $470.98, down 2.75%, Alibaba closing at 272.95, 0.85%, Jingdong at 74.59, Baidu at 122.92, pinduoduo at 76.64, bilibilibili at 41.85, 3.37% and tal at 73.82 U.S. dollar, up 0.15%; iqiyi, up 0.34%; follow who to learn to close at $106.00, up 0.38%; micro blog to close at $35.37, down 1.70%; Sina down 0.67%; Sohu down 3.98%; Sogou up 0.23%; Ctrip down 1.07%; 51job down 0.81%; auto home down 2.85%; 58 Tongcheng up 0.00%; Weilai down 6.60%; Jinshan cloud up 00%, and the ideal car fell 6.33%.
Elon, Tesla CEO
So far this month, the S & I and Dow are down 7.5% and 5.9% respectively, while the Na is down 9.7%. Over the same period, shares of Facebook, Amazon, apple, Netflix, alphabet and Microsoft all fell at least 11%.
Art National Securities market strategist at Securities
Novel coronavirus pneumonia is facing a series of unfavorable factors this month, including the increase in confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia worldwide and uncertainty in the new round of fiscal stimulus plans.
Earlier this week, Britain announced that it would take more stringent measures to curb the outbreak of the new crown. US President trump has made it clear that the United States will not implement a second round of blockade.
On the economic stimulus front, U.S. lawmakers are still pushing for a new package. Federal Reserve Chairman Colin Powell said in Congress on Wednesday that further fiscal stimulus measures are still needed for the U.S. economy to continue to recover.