U.S. stocks saw a modest rise on Monday, breaking the four-day downward streak in major indices.
As September’s final week begins, the yield on U.S. Treasury bonds is climbing, with the 10-year bond yield hitting a new high not seen since 2007.
This week, the market continues to monitor events like the ongoing strike by U.S. autoworkers and the potential government shutdown.
The yield on U.S. government bonds continues to climb, with the 10-year bond yield briefly reaching 4.548%, marking a new high since 2007.
The rising long-term bond yields are creating tension in the market. Bank of America strategists stated they have no evidence to suggest that the uptrend in the 10-year bond yield has ended and believe the increase will persist long-term.
Barclays recently maintained a “neutral” rating for Tesla and set a 12-month target price of $260.
Analysts predict that Tesla will deliver 455,000 vehicles in the third quarter, slightly below the market consensus of 463,000 and the previously announced 483,000 expectations. This forecast also indicates a decrease compared to the second-quarter deliveries of 466,000 vehicles in 2023.
Amazon is set to invest up to $4 billion in Anthropic and has announced broader cooperation in the future to compete in the growing field of artificial intelligence against increasing rivals.
NIO saw a nearly 10% drop as they celebrated the production of their 500,000th vehicle with the assembly of an Ideal L7. Since the production of their first vehicle, the Ideal ONE, in November 2019, it took NIO 47 months to reach this milestone, making them the first Chinese electric vehicle startup to achieve this.
(S&P 500 Index, 1-day chart)
- Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up by 43.04 points, a 0.13% gain, at 34,006.88.
- Nasdaq Composite Index rose by 59.51 points, a 0.45% increase, closing at 13,271.32.
- S&P 500 Index gained 17.38 points, a 0.40% increase, to reach 4,337.44.
Hong Kong Stocks
In today’s Hong Kong stock market, all three major indices declined.
In the tech sector, most core technology stocks saw decreases, with JD.com falling over 2% and Kuaishou dropping nearly 2%. Tencent, NetEase, and Xiaomi saw around 1% declines, while Baidu Group managed to rise by over 1%.
Automotive stocks generally saw declines, with BYD falling over 4%.
Property and property management stocks collectively dropped, with China Evergrande leading with nearly a 7% decline.
Apple-related stocks saw decreases, with Sunny Optical Technology falling by over 4%.
Heavy machinery stocks performed well, with Zoomlion Heavy Industry rising by over 3%.
Newly listed stock TuSimple saw a 2.32% midday increase. The education, entertainment, and gas sectors saw gains.
Apple-related stocks saw declines, with Sunny Optical Technology falling by over 4%.
According to Securities Times, insiders in Shenzhen’s Huaqiangbei market disclosed that the market demand for the iPhone 15 series is “truly not ideal. There are still many in stock, and almost no one is rushing to buy them.”
(Hang Seng Index, 1-day chart)
- Hang Seng Index (HSI) fell by 0.84% to close at 17,580.03.
- Hang Seng Tech Index (HSTECH) declined by 1.10% to close at 3,840.04.
- Hang Seng China Enterprises Index (HSCEI) decreased by 0.90% to close at 6,074.83.
FTSE China A50 Index
On September 26th, A-shares started the day with declines, followed by a shaky recovery, with all major indices briefly turning positive before slipping back into sideways trading.
Early on, the STAR 50 Index showed relative strength, with gains exceeding 0.5%. After the press conference, the Huawei concept cooled significantly, while the artificial intelligence theme regained strength.
In terms of industry sectors, gaming, mining, internet services, software development, and cultural media were among the top gainers.
Meanwhile, energy metals, minor metals, chemical materials, medical services, and brewing industries faced declines.
Conceptually, AIGC, ChatGPT, industrial automation, cloud gaming, MLOps, data elements, and innovation concepts were active.
(SSE Composite Index, 1-day chart)
- Shanghai Composite Index (SHCOMP) declined by 0.33% to close at 3,105.31.
- Shenzhen Component Index (SZCOMP) fell by 0.36% to close at 10,084.64.
- ChiNext Index (CHINEXT) declined by 0.49% to close at 1,995.35
- SSE STAR Market 50 Index (SSE50) rose by 0.54% to close at 879.29.
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