Tuesday's 23rd U.S.-China new round of negotiations was released on "Shanghai", with strong earnings performance of Coca-Cola and others, the four major stock indexes rising at one time, and the Dow Jones index reaching 150 points. Is exalted.
On Tuesday (23rd) U.S. stocks have four major index performance:
- US stock market Dow Jones Index rose 177.29 points or 0.65% to 27349.19.
- The Nadak index rose 47.27 points or 0.58% to close at 8251.40 points.
- The S&P 500 index rose 20.44 points or 0.68% to close at 3005.47 points.
- The Philadelphia Semiconductor Index rose 19.18 points or 1.23% to close the 1873.27 mark.
The FAANGs were slightly raised. Apple (AAPL-US) rose 0.78%, GOOGL-US rose 0.78%, Facebook (FBS) higher 0.020%, Amazon (AMN-US) higher than 0.45%; Netflix (NFLX-US) fell 1.07%. .
After four speedy tech stocks, the US Department of Justice is conducting anti-monopolies on Facebook, alphabet subsidiaries Google, Apple and Amazon, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Semiconductor Shares are up, NVIDIA (NVDA-US) is up 2.53%, CLA-US is up 2.20%; AMD (AMD-US) is up 1.95%, INTC-US is up 0.78%. As a result of Apple's acquisition of Intel next week, Qualcomm (QCOM-US) fell 2.41%.
Financial stocks rose sharply, Morgan Stanley (SMS) US rose 1.33%, Bank of America (BSc) rose 2.32%, JP Morgan US (JPM-USA) rose 1.78%; Sx (GAS-US rose 2.56%; C-US) rose 1.25%.
Taiwan ADR. TSMC ADR (TSM-US) fell 0.40%; Sunset ANR (1.12%); Chungwa Telecom ADR (CHT-US) rose 0.03%; (USA-USA) fell 0.35%, while UMC-USA fell 0.47%.
Due to the success of the new formula, Coca-Cola's recent earnings report has surpassed expectations, raising its stock price to 6.07%, hitting the Dow-Jones Index's 5-week high of 54.64. .
UTC-US's recent earnings report also performed well, with the company increasing its full-year earnings forecast and organic sales growth, raising its stock price to 1.2 percent.
Wall Street Analysis
CNN reports that a new US-China trade deal will begin next week, according to a Bloomberg report that the upcoming negotiations between the US and China will begin Monday and Wednesday, and the US delegation will be led by Trade Representative Weary Heather.
Kay Anderson Rudnick Investment Officer Dag Foreman: “He welcomes any new news about business abuse. I do not believe that the growth of the US-China trade will be significant, but any positive factors will have a positive impact on the market. ”
Peter Cardillo, chief market economist at Spartan Capital Securities, said: "The US stock market reflects the relaxation of corporate earnings and monetary policy and has attracted investors to the stock market."
Over 18% of S&P 500 companies will report earnings for the second quarter, according to Focus Set. More than 78 percent of these companies exceed expectations. FactSet expects corporate earnings to fall by 3%.
Brian Krsmanc, senior investment analyst at GQG Partners, said, “The boundaries between developed and emerging markets, U.S. and international markets, are becoming very clear. One of the biggest risks is that US companies are really dependent on international and emerging markets. To achieve the growth stage.