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Apple shares soared 10% on Friday! Market value surpasses Saudi Aramco

Netease Technology News, August 1, according to foreign media reports, on Friday, U.S. time, U.S. stocks regained their earlier losses. At the close, the three major stock indexes rose because the largest U.S. technology company and market leader-Amazon, Apple and Facebook-stock prices soared after announcing outstanding quarterly results.


Apple reported a blowout in the previous quarter, and its stock price rose 10.4%, a record high. The company said that its revenue in the last quarter increased by 11% year-on-year, and announced a 1:4 share split. Apple's market value has now reached 1.84 trillion US dollars, surpassing Saudi Aramco, becoming the world's largest company by market value again.

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At the same time, Amazon's stock price rose by 3.7% due to the surge in sales during the epidemic. Although affected by the epidemic, Facebook announced that its total revenue in the last quarter was still up 11% year-on-year. As a result, its stock price rose 8%, which also hit a record high.


Google's parent company Alphabet's revenue in the last quarter was also better than expected, but the year-on-year decline for the first time in history. The revenue of Google Cloud, the cloud business of Alphabet's Google division, was also slightly lower than analysts' expectations. On Friday, US time, Alphabet's stock price fell by more than 3%.


On Friday, the Dow Jones Index closed at 26428.32 points, up 114.67 points, or 0.44%, and fell about 300 points during the session; the S&P 500 closed at 3271.12 points, up 0.77%; the Nasdaq Composite Index closed at 10745.27 points. Up 1.49%, of which Apple's stock price rose 10%.


The three major U.S. stock indexes ended July with strong gains and recorded positive growth for the fourth consecutive month. In July, the S&P 500 index rose 5.5%, while the Dow Jones and Nasdaq Composite Index rose 2.3% and 6.8%, respectively.


Specifically, in US stocks Friday trading, most of the leading technology stocks rose. Apple's stock price closed at $425.04, an increase of 10.47%; Google parent company Alphabet's stock closed at $1,482.96, a decrease of 3.17%; Amazon closed at $3164.68, an increase of 3.70 %; Microsoft closed at US$205.01, an increase of 0.54%; Facebook closed at US$253.67, an increase of 8.17%; Oracle closed at US$55.45, an increase of 0.36%; IBM closed at US$122.94, an increase of 0.03%; Netflix closed at 488.88 The U.S. dollar rose 0.63%; Tesla closed at 1430.76 US dollars, down 3.81%; Twitter (Twitter) fell 0.87%, Uber (Uber) rose 0.07%; Lyft fell 0.85%.


The leading chip stocks in the US stocks generally fell. TSMC closed at 78.89 US dollars, down 1.30%; Intel closed at 47.73 US dollars, down 0.54%; NVIDIA closed at 424.59 US dollars, up 0.01%; Broadcom closed at 316.75 US dollars, up 1.49%; Texas Instruments closed at 127.55 US dollars, down 1.04%; Qualcomm closed at 105.61 US dollars, down 1.47%; AMD closed at 77.43 US dollars, down 0.98%; Micron Technology fell 1.35%; Applied Materials fell 0.14%.


The major Chinese concept stocks listed in the United States were mixed. NetEase closed at US$458.42, up 1.60%; Alibaba closed at US$251.02, down 0.68%; Jingdong closed at US$63.79, up 2.41%; Baidu closed at US$119.40, Up 1.19%; Pinduoduo closed at US$91.80, an increase of 8.08%; Bilibili closed at US$43.58, an increase of 5.52%; Good Future closed at US$78.17, an increase of 0.22%; iQiyi closed at US$21.10, an increase of 2.13% GSX closed at 89.12 US dollars, up 3.57%; Weibo closed at 34.56 US dollars, up 1.20%; Sina rose 0.98%; Sohu rose 19.51%; Sogou rose 2.01%; Ctrip fell 0.96%; 51job was down 0.44% ; Autohome rose 2.37%; 58.com rose 0.33%; Weilai fell 2.13%; Jinshan Cloud rose 0.54%, Ideal Auto fell 2.79%.


Adam Crisafulli, founder of market research firm Vital Knowledge, said in a report on Friday: “Obviously, no one doubts any of these companies, so their performance has exceeded expectations and Not shocking."


This year, large technology companies have been the mainstay of Wall Street. So far this year, the stock prices of Amazon and Apple have increased by an eye-popping 71% and 44%, respectively, and the stock prices of Facebook and Alphabet have also achieved double-digit growth.


At the same time, due to the uncertainty of the US economic recovery, investors continue to flock to safe-haven assets. On Friday, US time, the price of gold futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange soared to US$2005.4 per ounce, breaking the US$2,000 mark for the first time.


(Liu Chun)

Source: NetEase Technology Report, translated by Google Translate

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