Tencent Technology News, on July 3, the US stock market opened lower on Monday and eventually closed up. Technology stocks pushed the Nasdaq to climb 0.76%. Among Chinese concept stocks, Elite Education rose 9.73%, and Century Internet rose 5.05%. On the other hand, U-Share fell 9.85% and closed on the fourth trading day of listing in the US. US technology stocks rose mostly, with VMware up 10.24% and Zuora up 4.74%; on the other hand, Tesla fell 2.30% and applied materials fell 1.10%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 35.77 points to close at 24,307.18, an increase of 0.15%. The S&P 500 index rose 8.34 points to close at 2,726.71 points, or 0.31%. The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 57.38 points to close at 7567.69 points, an increase of 0.76%.
The so-called "FAANG" of the five major technology giants rose, with Netflix up 1.72%, Facebook up 1.56%, Alphabet up 1.14%, Apple up 1.12%, and Amazon up 0.82%.
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Chinese stocks were mixed, with companies with larger gains including: Elite Education (up 9.73%), Century Internet (up 5.05%), Temple Bank (up 4.70%), Cheetah Mobile (up 3.66%), good future (up 3.10%), research and control technology (up 2.90%), Momo (up 2.80%), Zhongtong Express (up 2.10%), Thunder (up 1.96%), Baozun e-commerce (up 1.92%), Phoenix New media (up 1.88%), fun stores (up 1.81%), Changyou (up 1.62%), iQiyi (up 1.55%), easy car (up 1.47%), Green Hotel (up 1.44%), Baidu ( It rose 1.34%) and red, yellow and blue (up 1.17%).
On the other hand, the companies with larger declines included: Youxin (down 9.85%), worry-free English (down 6.94%), Huami Technology (down 6.09%), SouFun (down 5.15%), 500 lottery network (down) 5.10%), Jumeiyou (down 5.04%), 哔哩哔哩 (down 4.50%), Lanting (down 4.21%), Sogou (down 3.85%), Park Xin Education (down 3.69%), one嗨 car rental (down 3.32%), everyone (down 2.83%), pleasant loans (down 2.64%), tiger teeth (down 2.40%), worry-free (down 2.09%), Tuniu (down 1.89%), Shengying Letter (down 1.87%), and credit (down 1.69%), Shengshi Leju (down 1.55%), AirMedia (down 1.41%), Ctrip (down 1.41%), pat on loan (down 1.34%), Zhengbao distance education (down 1.22%) and SMIC (down 1.08%).
China's second-hand car e-commerce platform, U-Sin Group, officially listed on the Nasdaq IPO (IPO) on Wednesday, with the stock symbol UXIN. On the day of listing, U-Shares once hit a low of $8.16 and fell below the IPO price of $9 per share; but then it rebounded and closed up more than 7%. In the US stock market Friday, the stock price broke again in intraday trading. In this Monday's trading, Unicom's share price closed down nearly 10%, closing at 8.15 US dollars, the first closing broke.
According to Reuters, Vincent Bollore, the billionaire who runs the French Bollore Group, has signed a global cooperation agreement with Alibaba (NYSE: BABA). The two companies said the partnership will involve cloud computing services, clean energy, logistics and other areas such as new digital technologies and innovation. Alibaba has been expanding its logistics network at home and abroad to diversify its customer base.
Thunder (NASDAQ: XNET) has denied the information on the blockchain companies and products that have been circulating in the recent market. It is understood that Thunder said in the announcement, please pay attention to the majority of players, and said, "All the time, Thunder and the company's blockchain products (including newifi series products) have no relationship, and no cooperation. Up to now, in China's mainland, Xunlei has only conducted blockchain technology R&D and product sales through a core company. ”
The huge group announced that the controlling shareholder Pang Qinghua and the concerted parties are negotiating with the intended transferee, and some of the parties acting in concert agree to transfer the shares of the company. The transferee is the company that was founded by Yao Jinbo, the founder of 58 City (NYSE: WUBA). The number of shares to be transferred this time accounts for 5%-6% of the company's total share capital. If the proposed transaction is finally completed, the intended transferee will become a shareholder of the company with more than 5%.
[US Technology Stocks]
Most US technology stocks rose, among which companies with larger gains include: VMware (up 10.24%), Zuora (up 4.74%), Micron (up 3.89%), BlackBerry (3.21%), and Twitter (up 3.00%) , Square (up 2.43%), Box (up 2.28%), Nvidia (up 2.25%), Oracle (up 2.02%), Netflix (up 1.72%), Roku (up 1.57%), Facebook (up 1.56%), Zynga (up 1.47%), Spotify (up 1.46%), Microsoft (up 1.42%), Eastman Kodak (up 1.32%), HP (up 1.30%), Dropbox (up 1.17%), Alphabet (up 1.14) %), eBay (up 1.13%), AMD (up 1.13%) and Apple (up 1.12%).
On the other hand, companies with larger declines included: Tesla (down 2.30%) and applied materials (down 1.10%).
According to foreign media reports, five years after the completion of the privatization transaction, Dell, the global PC and storage giant that became a private company, will be listed again. Dell announced on Monday that it will replace all DVMT tracking stocks by issuing new shares or cash through a total of $21.7 billion in transactions. DVMT tracks stocks to help Dell set up a $67 billion acquisition of storage giant EMC in 2016. Dell said the company will replace DVMT to track stocks with newly created Class C stocks (Class C). According to Dell, DVMT's stock-tracking shareholders can choose to accept a $109 per share offer or a replacement of 1.3665 C-shares per share.
Tesla's senior vice president, Doug Field, will officially leave the company, after the company said it had left for leave. Tesla confirmed the news that Field will leave, the company said: "After nearly five years in Tesla, Doug · Field will leave. We would like to thank Doug for his hard work over the past few years and for everything he has done for Tesla. "Front served as vice president of hardware engineering at Apple, and then joined Tesla in 2013 to develop new models, including Model 3 electric vehicles.
According to foreign media reports, social networking giant Facebook will acquire Bloomsbury AI, a British startup that specializes in natural language processing. The report quoted sources as saying that Facebook hopes to use this transaction to deal with false news issues in the platform. It is reported that Facebook will acquire Bloomsbury AI through stock-and-cash transactions, with a transaction value of between US$23 million and US$30 million. As of now, Facebook has not commented on this report.
Qualcomm has announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technology International, Inc., has introduced a flash-programmable Bluetooth audio system-on-chip (SoC) QCC 3026 designed for wireless Qualcomm TrueWireless headsets. Compared to the previous generation of entry-level flash SoCs, the new product can consume up to 50% less energy. Prior to this, Qualcomm released the low-power Bluetooth system-on-a-chip QCC5100 at this year's CES show.