Listed seventh trading days, interest shops U.S. stocks \ "break \""! Fell sharply by 13.6%

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Listed seventh trading days, interest shops U.S. stocks \ "break \""! Fell sharply by 13.6%

2017-10-27 11:53:23 460 ℃

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The U.S. stock market closed on Thursday, with the Dow and the S & P 500 index rising, while a group of companies that had been doing well had limited growth, because the NASDAQ index was dragged down by lower health care stocks.

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 71.40 points, or 0.31%, to 23400.86 points; the S & P 500 index closed up 3.25 points, or 0.127%, to 2560.40 points; the NASDAQ index fell 7.117 points, or 0.11%, to 6556.774 points.

Dow DuPont rose 2.8% to boost the S & P 500 index. With the first release performance in the next week, the company expects third quarter profits far higher than analysts estimated.

Super-fast push up 18.5%, after the company said, probably in the fourth quarter for the first time to achieve profitability, helped by cost cuts and new revenue sources.

Health care stocks fell 1.03%, the stock index rose more limited, the new base by 16.4% led to the S & P 500 and the NASDAQ index has the biggest drag.

Shares in China

New York Mellon Bank China ADR index fell 0.6%.

Interest store listed on the seventh day break, fell 13.6% to 22.80 U.S. dollars, the highest intraday decline of 13.9%, previously listed in the second trading day reached a high of $34.9.

Thunder rose 12.4%, trading volume increased to nearly 7 times the average daily level of 3 months, the stock price rose to the highest level since 2015 November, the stock price nearly doubled like two weeks.

Hai Liang education rose 9.1%, continue to refresh the all-time high, the highest intraday rise of 13.7%, the stock price soared more than two times in less than three months.

New Oriental fell 7%, the biggest decline since June 2017, fell 10% in two days.

Baidu fell 0.9%, after the announcement of the performance, the fourth quarter revenue forecast is lower than the market expectations, resulting in after the performance of the shares, the stock price fell by 12.2%.

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