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US stocks close | California now Omicron's first case of Dow rose 521 points and then inserted 461 points

2021-12-01T22:00:52.483Z

The employment data in the United States is satisfactory. The three major indexes made good in early Wednesday. The Dow once rose 521 points, but after the authorities announced that the first case of the Omicron variant virus in the United States was found in California, it fell sharply. It fell by 476 points at most and closed down



U.S. employment data is satisfactory. The three major indexes performed well in early Wednesday. The Dow once rose 521 points, but after the authorities announced that the first case of the Omicron variant virus in the United States was found in California, it fell sharply. , The full-day volatility is nearly a thousand points.


The Dow closed at 34,022 points, down 461 points or 1.34%; the benchmark index closed at 4,513 points, down 53 points or 1.18%; the Nasdaq closed at 15,254 points, down 283 points or 1.83%.

The market is worried that the authorities will restrict travel, and aviation and travel-related stocks have become the hardest hit.

American Airlines fell 7.97%, Delta Airlines fell 7.38%, United Airlines fell 7.57%, and Boeing fell 4.88%.

In terms of other stocks, Tesla fell 4.35%, Apple fell 0.32%, Amazon fell 1.8%, Microsoft fell 0.15%, Facebook fell 4.27%, Pfizer rose 1.77%, and Modena fell 11.87%.

Hedge Fund Skybridge Capital: This round of decline in US stocks is an excellent time to enter the market, as in March last year. FF: Nasdaq warning letter is only related to the postponement of the last quarter's financial report. It is a normal procedure. The new crown pneumonia variant virus is more contagious. Investors Risk aversion heats up, U.S. bond interest rates plummet. Credit Suisse: The Hang Seng Index has a target price of 25,000 points in the next three months. China will cut its RRR at least once next year

Source: hk1

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