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Top 20 of US stock turnover on September 8th: the number of Tesla super charging piles in the world exceeded 50, 000

via:新浪科技     time:2023/9/9 11:01:16     readed:147

On Friday, Tesla, No. 1 in US stock turnover, closed down 1.19%, with a turnover of US $29.69 billion. The number of Tesla super-charging piles worldwide has exceeded 50, 000 since September 2012, chanting "the future belongs to electric", Tesla's official X account announced on Thursday. The achievement of this milestone marks a new stage for the electric vehicle industry.

Tesla spent 11 years building the 50, 000 super-charging piles. In other words, an average of more than 4500 charging piles will be built each year. Earlier, Japan's Honda announced that starting from 2025, its electric vehicles sold in the United States would adopt Tesla's North American charging standard. This means that more and more electric vehicles will be able to use Tesla's charging piles for fast charging.

Nvidia finished second, down 1.45%, with a turnover of $20.788 billion. According to a statement posted on Nvidia's website, the company and India's Reliance Industries plan to jointly develop artificial intelligence infrastructure in India, including its large language models. The artificial intelligence model will be trained to understand and create content in the Indian language.

In addition, Nvidia plans to cooperate with Tata Group in the field of artificial intelligence, according to people familiar with the matter. Nvidia will work with Tata Motors, Tata Consulting Services and Tata Communications, the person familiar with the matter said on condition of anonymity.

In third place, Apple closed 0.35% higher, with a turnover of $11.68 billion. JPMorgan Chase released a report on Friday that Apple's iPhone 15, which will be released next week, has no substantial upgrade, so it will not attract a large number of users to upgrade. JPMorgan lowered its share price target for Apple to $230 from $235.

"is there a substantial upgrade to iPhone 15?" JPMorgan Chase said in a report. No. In view of its huge user base, it will still attract certain users to buy. "

In fourth place, Microsoft closed up 1.32%, with a transaction of $6.437 billion. Microsoft CFO Amy Hood recently predicted that Microsoft's AI business revenue will reach $10 billion, the fastest in the entire industry history, and said: "the opportunity is at hand. AI enterprise software has the ability to attract customers."

In fifth place, Meta Platforms closed down 0.26%, with a turnover of $5.188 billion. CICC reported that it covered Meta for the first time, giving it a "outperform industry" rating, with a target price of $332, equivalent to 21 times forecast 2024 earnings. Revenue from Meta's advertising business fell year-on-year last year, but the recovery accelerated quarter by quarter since the first quarter of this year, mainly because the macroeconomic recovery pushed advertisers to expect improvements, the bank said.

In sixth place, Amazon closed up 0.28%, with a turnover of $5.01 billion. Amazon Cloud Technology announced on Friday the launch of new storage services designed for artificial intelligence, big data analytics and other demand services. These two functions are: improve the read and write performance of Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS), and the scalability and performance of Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS).

In seventh place, AMD closed down 0.47%, with a turnover of $4.961 billion.

Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals gained 2.31% in 10th place, with a turnover of $2.512 billion. Mounjaro, a drug from Lilly Pharmaceuticals, has won the support of the UK drug cost-effectiveness watchdog as a diabetes treatment, media reported on Friday. If Mounjaro is also approved to treat obesity, it is expected to become a best-selling treatment, and the United States is expected to make a decision on its use for weight loss later this year.

In 13th place, ExxonMobil closed 1.46% higher with a turnover of $1.65 billion.

The 14th RH closed down 15.63%, the biggest one-day decline since March 2020, with a turnover of $1.515 billion. The company's second-quarter revenue was $800.5 million, down 19.3% from a year earlier, while its net profit was 76.477 million, down 37.3% from a year earlier. The company expects Q3 revenue of $740 million to $760 million and the market expects $773 million.

Airbnb, 16th, closed 1.78% higher, with a turnover of US $1.36 billion. Blecharczyk Nathan, chief strategy officer of Airbnb, sold 20, 000 common shares at an average price of $142.8509 per share, worth about $2.857 million, according to filings disclosed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on Thursday.

Disney finished 18th, up 0.98%, with a turnover of $1.299 billion. Less than a year after Bob Iger returned as Disney's CEO, speculation surfaced that Disney might be acquired by Apple.

More than a dozen former and current Disney executives said in recent interviews that they thought Iger's "final game" would stay on and eventually sell Disney to Apple.

More than a dozen former and current Disney executives said in recent interviews that they thought Iger's "final game" would stay on and eventually sell Disney to Apple.

The 19th Snowflake closed 3.82% higher, with a transaction of US $1.277 billion.

The following are the 20 most actively traded stocks of the day (by turnover):

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