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[US stock market conditions]The Dow closed down 681 points and the Nasdaq fell 2.7%. Airlines, cruise ships, and Tesla all fell (continuously updated)-Hong Kong Economic Times-Real Time News Channel-Market Finance-Stock Market

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Worried about the long-term US inflation problem, it broke out after the inflation data was released beyond expectations. Inflation reached a 13-year high. The Dow fell as much as 713 points, closed 681 points or 2%, and closed at 33587 points. The benchmark index fell 2.1%. The Nasdaq fell 2.7% and closed at all-day lows. Airline cruise stocks fell 3% to 5%, Tesla fell 4.4%, and Google and Microsoft fell 3%. In addition, several Fed officials delivered speeches at the resumed meeting.

That is, to see the US stocks close:

[U.S. Economy]The U.S. April CPI exceeded expectations and rose 4.2% year-on-year, expected to rise 3.6%

[British Economy]UK GDP fell 6.1% in the first quarter

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Market trend:

[04: 00]The Dow closed at 33587 points, down 681 points, the standard index fell 2.1%, to close at 4063 points, and the Nasdaq fell 2.7% to close at 13031 points.

[03: 00]US 10-year bond yield challenged 1.7%, temporarily rose by more than 7 points to 1.6934%

[03:00]The Dow fell 490 points or 1.4% to 33778 points. Earlier, it fell by 574 points or 1.7% to 33694 points; the Nasdaq fell 302 points or 2.3% to 13087 points; the index fell 69 points or 1.7%, reported 4082 points; VIX panic index rose 21.8%, reported 26.6

[02:47]New York June crude oil futures closed up 0.8 US dollars, or 1.22%, to 66.08 US dollars; London Brent July crude oil futures closed up 0.77 US dollars, or 1.12%, to 69.32 US dollars

[02:45]The cryptocurrency Ethereum fell below US$4,000, falling by nearly US$400 from its daily high, a drop of 4.5%; Bitcoin fell by US$700 in the short-term, and is now at US$53,665.08, a drop of 5.4%

[02:22]The Dow fell more than 500 points, the component stocks Home Depot fell 3.9%, Honeywell fell more than 3.3%, Apple, Microsoft, Boeing, Intel, Wal-Mart, Cisco, McDonald’s, NIKE, etc. all fell more than 2%, Chevron It is currently up over 1.3%.

The S&P 500 Index is currently down by more than 1.8%. Among multiple constituent stocks, Broadcom has fallen by more than 4.2%, Home Depot, Nvidia, Qualcomm, and Texas Instruments have all fallen by more than 3.0%, and Exxon Mobil maintains an increase of more than 1.1%.

The Nasdaq fell about 2.4%. China’s concept stocks fell, Futu Holdings fell more than 15%, Gaotu fell more than 10%, New Oriental fell more than 6%, Zhongtong Express fell 5.18%, Baidu fell 3.67%, China Lodging Hotel fell 3.28%.

[01:50]The Dow still maintained a decline of nearly 500 points, temporarily down 493 points or 1.4% to 33,775 points; the Nasdaq’s decline slightly reduced, temporarily down 311 points or 2.3% to 13,078 points; the standard index fell 71 points or 1.7%, reported 4,080 points

The U.S. 10-year bond yield reported 1.6772%, up more than 5 points, that is, the market high once rose nearly 7 points to 1.6916%

[01:47]New York June gold futures closed down 0.7% to US$1822.80

[00:17]The Dow’s decline intensified, dropping 501 points or 1.5% to 33767 points; the Nasdaq also fell by 342 points, dropping 2.6% to 13,046 points; the index fell 63 points or 1.5%

[23:56]The Dow’s decline expanded to more than 400 points, or 1.19%; the S&P 500 index fell 1.5%; the Nasdaq’s decline expanded to 2.29%. The VIX panic index rose 16% to 25.38.

[23:00]The Dow fell 280 points and the Nasdaq fell 1.9%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow fell 103 points, 34165 points, the Nasdaq fell 1.1% to 13,246 points, and the standard index fell 23 points to 4128 points.

[21:06]After the U.S. announced that inflation exceeded expectations, the Dow futures maintained a drop of 130 points, but the Nasdaq futures’ decline expanded to 1.5%.

[18:56]Dow futures fell 129 points, Nasdaq futures fell 0.7%, and standard index futures fell 17 points.

[12:22]Dow futures fell 270 points to 33,913 points; standard index futures fell 33 points to 4,113 points; Nasdaq futures fell 152 points or 1.2% to 13,193 points.

[12:00]BlackRock establishes a domestic holding wealth management company CCB Temasek joint venture

[11:35]Oatly Oatly’s IPO set up to 8.53 billion China Resources as a single major shareholder

[08:20]US SEC: Bitcoin is a highly speculative asset, beware of risks

[07:30]Inflation worries heated up. The Dow once fell 667 points, and then the decline narrowed. The market closed down 473 points or 1.4% to 34269 points. The benchmark index fell 0.9% and closed at 4152 points. The Nasdaq fell sharply by more than 2% at one time, and then fell back for a while, closing the market still down 12 points to 13,389 points.

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==Following May 11 (Tuesday) Stock Market ==

The U.S. release of inflation data on Wednesday often becomes a small test for the upward trend of U.S. stocks. U.S. bond yields rose slightly to 1.624%, and technology stocks rebounded from a low level. The Nasdaq fell by a maximum of 2.2% and closed only 0.1%. The Dow still plummeted 473 points. It closed at 34,269 points. Dow component stocks only rose in Salesforce and Nike, while the rest fell, with the biggest declines being Home Depot, UnitedHealth and Goldman Sachs. Home Depot fell $10.46, UnitedHealth fell $9.19, and Goldman Sachs fell $8.76.

That is, to see the US stocks close:

According to the US Department of Labor’s Job Vacancies and Labor Mobility Survey, as of the end of March, the number of job vacancies measuring labor demand rose sharply by 597,000 to 8.1 million, the highest since the survey was conducted at the end of 2000. Recruitment positions increased to 6 million in March. The data reflects that labor shortages are hindering employment growth.

According to U.today reports, the Texas House of Representatives passed a bill to officially recognize the legal status of cryptocurrencies.

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Market trend:

[04: 00]The Dow closed at 34269 points, down 473 points, the standard index fell 0.9% to close at 4152 points, and the Nasdaq fell 0.1% to close at 13,389 points.

[03:01]The Nasdaq has recovered almost all its losses, temporarily down 20 points or 0.15% to 13381 points; the Dow fell 474 points or 1.4% to 34268 points; the standard index fell 42 points or more than 1% to 4145 points

[02:31]New York June crude oil futures closed up 0.36 US dollars, or 0.55%, to 65.28 US dollars. London Brent July crude oil futures closed up US$0.23, or 0.33%, to US$68.55.

[01:42]New York June gold futures closed down nearly 0.1%, ending the four consecutive trading days before the rising trend, reported 1836.10 US dollars.

【01:36】The Nasdaq turned up and fell more than 2% before; the S&P 500’s decline narrowed to 0.83%, and the Dow is now down 1.36%

[01:03]The U.S. Department of the Treasury auctioned $58 billion in three-year Treasury bonds, with an interest rate of 0.329% and a bidding multiple of 2.42

[00:46]U.S. stocks in the new energy industry mostly rose, solid-state battery manufacturer QuantumScape rose nearly 10%, American electric vehicle company Canoo rose more than 7%, Nikola rose more than 4%, Fisker rose more than 3%, Workhorse Group once rose Increased by more than 9%; According to a report by Seeking Alpha, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, supports the full electrification of the entire U.S. Post and Telecommunications fleet.

Amazon (US: AMZN) has risen more than 1.3% from the early stage, and the rate of increase has narrowed to 0.8.

[00:23]The Nasdaq’s decline continued to narrow to 0.3%, temporarily down 41 points to 13,360 points; the Dow fell 473 points or 1.4%, and the standard index fell 37 points or 0.9%

[23:32]The Nasdaq’s decline narrowed to 0.4%, Amazon (US: AMZN) fell 0.9%, China’s concept stocks rose, Pinduoduo (US: PDD) rose more than 2%; Futu (US: FUTU) rose more than 5%.

[22:36]The Dow fell 560 points to 34182 points; the standard index fell 66 points to 4121 points; the Nasdaq fell 1.6%. Apple and Nvidia fell more than 2%. Disney fell 2.8% and Nike fell 0.8%.

[22:20]The Dow’s decline expanded to more than 400 points, with a maximum drop of 418 points to 34324 points. Apple fell 2%, Home Depot and Boeing fell 1.8% and 1.5%.

[22:13]The Dow expanded its decline, falling 351 points and 34,391 points; both the index and the Nasdaq fell about 1%.

[21:30]The Dow fell 269 points to 34473 points; the standard index fell 52 points to 4136 points; the Nasdaq fell 288 points or 2.2% to 13113 points. Apple (US: AAPL) fell 2.5%, and Tesla’s decline narrowed to 3.5%.

[21:11]Under inflation concerns, US stock futures continued to fall. Dow futures fell 307 points to 34,361 points; standard index futures fell 1.3%, and Nasdaq futures fell 2%. Apple (US: AAPL), Amazon (US: AMZN) and Facebook (US: FB) fell 2% to 3% before the market. Tesla fell nearly 7% before the market.

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Focus article:[TSLA]China and the United States impose tariffs aftermath, Tesla rumored to suspend its Shanghai factory land purchase plan

Focus article:[Technology stocks god]ARKK fell more than 30% from a high position, Cathie Wood picked up Apple’s 3 points and 1 share on Monday

[20:24]The decline of US stock futures expanded. Dow futures fell 202 points, standard index futures fell 1%, and Nasdaq futures also fell nearly 2%.

[19:42]Tesla (US: TSLA) fell more than 7% before the market, falling below US$600 to US$583.44. The decline in the road period expanded to 177 points, and the decline in the delivery period also expanded to 1.5%.

[19:14]The road futures fell 160 points; the standard period fell 31 points or 0.75%; the delivery period fell 1.33%.

[16:34]Technology stocks led the decline. Amazon (US: AMZN) and Microsoft (US: MSFT) fell 1.4% before the market; Apple (US: AAPL) and Facebook (US: FB) fell nearly 1.8%; TSMC (US: FB) : TSM), Nvidia (US: NVDA) fell 2.4%; Tesla (US: TSLA) fell nearly 4%.

[16:28]U.S. stock futures fell further. Dow futures fell 180 points to 34,488 points; standard index futures fell 33 points to 4149 points; Nasdaq futures fell 185 points or 1.4% to 13,170 points.

[12:17]Dow futures fell 105 points to 34,563 points; standard index futures fell 23 points to 4159 points; Nasdaq futures fell 130 points, or nearly 1%, to 13,226 points.

[10:45]The US Department of Commerce plans to hold the Enterprise Chip Summit again next week, rumored that TSMC was invited to attend

[09:45]Eastern US oil pipeline was paralyzed by hackers for more than two days. It is expected to resume operations this weekend.

[08:35]Wynn Resorts will merge online gaming business through SPAC

[08: 00]Amazon holds more than 70 billion US dollars in cash, it is difficult to cover the attractiveness of low borrowing costs

[07:30]The high commodity prices caused concerns about rising inflation, and large technology stocks were under pressure. The Dow once rose above 35,000 points and hit a new high in the market with an increase of more than 300 points; however, the market closed down 34 points to 34,742 point. The benchmark index fell 1% to close at 4188 points. The Nasdaq closed down 350 points and fell 2.55% to 13,401 points.

==Following May 10 (Monday) Stock Market ==

Concerns about inflation and interest rate hikes in the United States, the 10-year bond yield regained 1.6%, the Nasdaq fell sharply, closing down 2.5% to close at 13,401 points. The Dow once rose 313 points to 35091 points, hitting a new high in the market and closing down. At 34 points, it closed at 34,742 points, and the index also fell 1% to close at 4188 points.

That is, to see the US stocks close:

The WHO will classify the triple-mutated new coronary pneumonia strain (B.1.617) found in India as a global health risk, and the agency will provide more details in the “Status Report” on Tuesday.

US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm stated that US gasoline supplies have not been affected by the Colonial Pipeline’s cyber blackmail, and there has been no price spike. The authorities are still trying to identify the source of the attack on the company, and it is expected that the Colonial Pipeline will resume pipe network services over the weekend.

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[U.S. Economy]Focus on the U.S. April CPI, the market is expected to rise 3.6% year-on-year. Biden will meet with leaders of the Democratic Republic

[Stock God Buffett]Bajun A shares of 3.39 million yuan per share of Nasdaq on Tuesday stopped quoting two shares to buy a floor

Market trend:

[04: 00]The Nasdaq fell sharply, closing down 2.5% to close at 13,401 points. The Dow once rose 313 points to 35091 points, setting a new high in the market, closing down 34 points to 34,742 points, and the index also fell 1. %, closing at 4188 points.

[03:01]The Dow’s gains narrowed to 103 points or 0.3% to 34,881 points; the Nasdaq’s selling pressure increased and plummeted by more than 300 points, temporarily down 314 points or 2.3% to 13,437 points; the standard index fell 28 points Or 0.7%, reported 4203 points; the US dollar index stayed at 90, temporarily reported 90.22 slightly down 0.01%

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[02:50]General Motors (GM)’s decline expanded to 1.8%, refreshing the market low of 57.90 US dollars.

[02:31]New York June crude oil futures closed up 0.02 US dollars, or 0.03%, to 64.92 US dollars. London Brent July crude oil futures closed up 0.04 US dollars, or 0.06%, to 68.32 US dollars.

[02:14]The Nasdaq Index fell more than 2%, the Nasdaq 100 Index fell more than 2%, Tesla fell about 5.8%, Apple fell more than 2%, and chip stocks Qualcomm and Micron Technology fell more than 5%. The index fell more than 0.4%, and the Dow narrowed its gains to 150 points.

Chinese concept stocks Pinduoduo fell by about 9.5%, Tuniu fell by more than 9.1%, Vipshop fell by more than 9.0%, and Station B fell by about 7.0%.

Electric vehicles Fisker fell by more than 9.4%, SOLO fell by more than 7.7%, QS fell by more than 7.5%, RIDE fell by more than 6.7%, Ideal Automobile fell by about 6.4%, Weilai Automobile fell by 5.4%, Xiaopeng Automobile fell by 4.1%, and CCIV fell by 2.0%. Nikola fell more than 2.2%.

[01:47]New York June gold futures closed up 0.3%, rising for the fourth consecutive trading day, at US$1837.60.

[01:38]U.S. new energy auto stocks fell collectively. Workhorse fell more than 14%, Fisker fell nearly 10%, Electromeccanica cars fell more than 7%, solid-state battery manufacturer QuantumScape fell more than 6%, Ideal Auto and Tesla fell more than 5%, Weilai Automobile fell nearly 5%.

[01:08]The Dow rose 240 points or 0.7% to 35018 points; the Nasdaq fell to more than 200 points or 1.5%, temporarily fell 208 points to 13543 points; the standard index fell 2 points to 4230 points

[00:39]Ether broke through US$4,200 and continued to hit a record high, rising by nearly 7% in 24 hours.

[00:35]The Dow rose 270 points or 0.8% to end at 35047 points, that is, the market broke the top and rose 313 points or 0.9% to reach as high as 35091 points; the Nasdaq was still under heavy selling pressure and temporarily fell 1.4% or 191 points. 13560 points; the index rose 1 point to 4234 points

[00:04]WHO: Classify the triple variant new coronary pneumonia strain (B.1.617) found in India as a global health risk.

[23:12]The Dow rose 268 points, but the Nasdaq fell 1.6%, and the index also fell 5 points.

[22:10]The Dow hit a high of 35034 points, setting an immediate new high, and now it rose 236 points to 35013 points. The Nasdaq fell 179 points, or 1.3%. Pinduoduo (U.S.: PDD) was interviewed by the Shanghai Consumer Protection Committee, which plunged 12%.

[21:30]US stocks opened, the Dow rose 140 points to 34,917 points, another record high. The Nasdaq fell 0.7% to 13,661 points, and the standard index rose 0.02% to 4233 points.

[18:38]Dow futures rose 96 points, Nasdaq futures fell 0.3%, and standard index futures rose 1 point. As for European stock markets, German stocks fell 0.2%, French stocks fell 0.2%, and British stocks rose 0.2%.

[12:22]Dow futures rose 90 points to 34776 points; standard index futures rose 8 points to 4233 points; Nasdaq futures rose 14 points or 0.1% to 13,723 points.

[12:10]Eastern U.S. oil pipeline was hacked and paralyzed for more than two days, 18 states entered a state of emergency

[11:30]Ether crosses $4,000 for the first time, Bitcoin regains $59,000

[10:35]It is said that the relationship between Gates and the “rich prostitute” Epstein caused Melinda’s dissatisfaction as a turning point in the relationship between husband and wife

[10:20]After iOS14.5 update, only 12% of users allowed ads to chase after Facebook’s preface was wrong

[07:30]The market looks forward to the Reserve Board’s delay in raising interest rates. U.S. stocks performed well last Friday. The non-agricultural new jobs and unemployment rate in the United States in April were both lower than expected. President Biden said that the weak employment data reflects that the economy still needs a lot of stimulus measures. . The Dow closed up 229 points, or 0.66%, to 34777 points. The benchmark index rose 0.74% to 4232 points. The Nasdaq rose 0.88% to 13,752 points.

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