U.S. stocks continued to rebound across the board Friday, the best week in recent months. U.S. President Donald Trump has said he supports a larger stimulus package.
The Dow closed up 161.39 points, or 0.57 percent, at 28586.90; the Standard & Poor's 500 closed up 0.88 percent at 3477.13; and the Nasdaq up 1.39 percent at 11579.94.
Specifically, in the US stock market trading on Friday, technology leading stocks generally rose, with Apple shares closing at $116.97, up 1.74%; Google's parent company alphabet, up 1.97% to $1515.22; Amazon to $3286.65, up 3.01%; Microsoft to $215.81, up 2.48%; Facebook to $264.45, up 0.26%; Oracle to close at $154.45, up 0.26% IBM closed at $127.79, down 2.81%, Netflix rose 1.44% to $539.44, Tesla rose 1.90% to $434.00, twitter fell 0.24%, Uber fell 0.19%, and LYFT rose 2.17%.
Most of the leading chip stocks in US stocks rose, with TSMC up 1.12% to US $88.78, NVIDIA to US $550.51, down 0.55%, Intel to US $52.82, down 1.03%, Broadcom to US $376.70, up 0.90%, Qualcomm to US $124.87, up 2.07%, Texas Instruments to US $150.91, up 1.92%, and AMD to 83.10 US dollar, down 3.94%; Applied Materials Inc. rose 1.10%; micron technology fell 0.02%.
Amd fell 3.94% and Xilinx rose 14.11% on rumors that it was in deep talks to acquire rival chip maker Xilinx, which could be worth more than $30 billion.
The U.S. listing of the main general stock ups and downs, NetEase closed at $90.60, Increase 2.47 per cent; Alibaba closed at $299.74, Up 0.27 per cent; JingDong closed at $79.79, 2.10 per cent increase; Baidu closed at $126.49, Down 0.21 per cent; Pinduoduo closed at $79.54, Up 8.35 per cent; The beep closed at $48.42, rose 3.91 per cent; A good future at $79.38, Increase 1.02 per cent; iqiyi closed at $23.93, Up 0.84 per cent; With whom to close at $114.55, Increase by 12.14 per cent; Weibo closed at $41.23, Down 0.41 per cent; Sina fell 0.14 per cent; Sohu fell 2.05 percent; Sogou rose 0.11 per cent; Ctrip fell 1.74 percent; 51 job fell 0.40 percent; Car homes fell 0.28 per cent; Wei Lai rose 0.14; Kingsoft rose 2.43%, The ideal car fell 1.84.
Microsoft and salesforce led the Dow Jones index up 2.5% and 2.2% respectively. Consumer Discretionary and technology sectors were the best performers in the S & P 500 index, both up more than 1%.
The Dow rose 3.3 percent this week, its biggest weekly gain since August. The S & P 500 and Nasdaq rose 3.8 percent and 4.6 percent this week, respectively, their best weekly performance since early July.
Trump tweeted Friday:
Senate Majority Leader John McConnell (Mitch McConnell) said it was certain that within three weeks before the November 3 election, a new rescue package would be launched
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