U.S. stocks rose three times, NASDAQ index and S & P 500 index continued to record high

On Monday, the three major U.S. stock indexes closed higher, rising for three consecutive trading days. The Dow rose nearly 380 points, while the NASDAQ and the S & P 500 closed at new highs. U.S. aviation stocks rose, Boeing rose more than 6%, leading the Dow; US technology stocks Apple rose 1.2%, to a closing high. Alibaba shares in China rose more than 3.8% to a closing high.

The time-sharing trend chart of the three major U.S. stock indexes. Source: wind

By the end of the day, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 378.13 points, or 1.35%, to 28308.46 points, or 1.35%; the NASDAQ index was up 67.92 points, or 0.60%, to 11379.72 points; and the standard & Poor’s 500 index was up 34.12 points, or 1% to 3431.28 points.

U.S. airlines stocks rose collectively, with Boeing up 6.42%, American Airlines up 10.53%, Delta Airlines up 9.28%, Southwest Airlines up 6.47%, and United Airlines up 9.93%.

Most of the large US technology stocks rose, with apple up 1.2%, Amazon up 0.69%, Naifei down 0.71%, Google up 0.61%, Facebook up 1.64%, Microsoft up 0.31%, Tesla down 1.75%.

U.S. financial stocks rose more or less, with JPMorgan Chase up 2.82%, Goldman Sachs up 2.43%, Citigroup up 3.61%, Morgan Stanley up 2.5%, Bank of America up 2.88%, Wells Fargo up 3.64%, Berkshire Hathaway up 2.58%.

Most U.S. energy stocks closed higher, with ExxonMobil up 3%, Chevron up 2.54%, ConocoPhillips up 1.89%, Schlumberger up 5.17% and occidental up 3.42%.

Popular Chinese general stocks were up 3.84%, Jingdong 1.6%, baidu 0.35%; ideal car rose 13.78%, aichinou 11.62%, shell 9.92%, Huya live 7.33%, douyu 6.97%, Weilai auto up 6.02%, mushroom street down 19.75%, Wangdao down 12.11%, Tu Niu down 5.36% and pinduoduo down 1%.

In terms of European stocks, the three major European stock indexes rose collectively, with the FTSE 100 index of the United Kingdom rising 102.84 points, or 1.71%, to 6104.73 points; the CAC40 index of France to 5007.89 points, up 111.56 points, or 2.28%; and the German DAX index, at 13066.54 points, up 301.74 points, or 2.36%.

International oil prices rose, with WTI’s October crude oil futures settlement price up $0.28 to $42.62/barrel, up 0.66%.

International gold prices fell. Comex December gold futures fell by US $7.8, or 0.4%, to US $1939.20/oz, a new closing low in the latest month.

The dollar index rose slightly, with the dollar index, which measures the dollar against six major currencies, rose 0.06% to 93.3009 at the end of New York.

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