In the early morning of Beijing time on the 27th, the US stock market closed higher on Thursday, and the Dow rose for the fifth consecutive trading day. The retail sector is generally up. Markets are still assessing the policy flexibility shown in the Fed minutes. U.S. GDP shrank by 1.5 percent in the first quarter, and initial jobless claims fell to 210,000 last week. News of huge M&A deals in the semiconductor industry has come under scrutiny.
The Dow rose 516.91 points, or 1.61 percent, at 32,637.19 points; the Nasdaq rose 305.91 points, or 2.68 percent, at 11,740.65 points; and the S&P 500 rose 79.11 points, or 1.99 percent, at 4,057.84 points.
Chinese stocks closed up sharply on Thursday, Mushroom Street rose nearly 28%, Baozun E-commerce rose more than 25%, Zhihu rose nearly 23%, 21Vianet, Alibaba, Yixian E-commerce, Baidu rose more than 14%, Manbang rose more than 13%, Good Future, Kingsoft Cloud rose more than 12%, Huanju Group rose more than 11%, Gaotu, Cheetah Mobile rose more than 10%, Weilai, Phoenix New Media, Dada Group, Pinduoduo, iQiyi rose more than 9%; 36Kr fell more than 13%, Daily Excellent Fresh fell more than 11%, and Qingke fell more than 8%.