US energy stocks mostly closed up, Exxon Mobil rose 1.43%, Chevron rose 1.69%, ConocoPhillips rose 2.22%, Schlumberger rose 1.07%, and EOG Energy rose 1.65%.
US financial stocks fell mostly, Goldman Sachs fell 0.87%, Citigroup fell 0.61%, Morgan Stanley fell 1.10%, JP Morgan Chase fell 0.30%, Wells Fargo fell 1.44%, Berkshire Hathaway fell 0.35%.
China stocks rose. Source: Wind
China stocks were mixed, Alibaba fell 1.08%, Jingdong fell 0.13%, Baidu fell 0.35%; Tiandi rose 16.28%, Easy Car rose 8.95%, Aurora rose 5.35%, pleasant loans rose 4.68%; US and US Securities fell 28.67%, Tektronix Flying Stone fell 12.07%, Vipshop will fall 7.39%, SouFun fell 6.43%, and interesting headline fell 5.97%.
In terms of European stocks, the three major European stock indexes closed down. The London stock market《金融时报》100 stock average price index closed at 7530.69 points on the 10th, down 5.78 points, or 0.08%. Germany's Frankfurt stock market DAX index fell 63.14 points on the 10th. The decline was 0.51%, closing at 12373.41 points; the Paris stock market CAC40 stock index closed at 5,567.59 points on the 10th, down 4.51 points, or 0.08%.
International oil prices rose on the 10th. WTI August crude oil futures closed up 2.60 US dollars, or 4.50%, to 60.43 US dollars/barrel. Brent September crude oil futures closed up 2.85 US dollars, or 4.44%, to 67.01 US dollars/barrel.
According to Reuters, crude oil futures prices rose to their highest level in more than a month, as US crude oil inventories fell and major producers cut production by nearly a third of the Gulf of Mexico before the expected storm.