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Close: stocks up 1% technology and energy stocks led the U.S. stock market center: exclusive national industry sector stocks, premarket after hours, ETF, real-time quotes warrants to view the latest market stocks Sina News 16 am Beijing time, U.S. stocks closed sharply higher Thursday, technology and energy stocks led. Next week, the Fed meeting approaching, investors are evaluating economic data and its impact on the Fed’s interest rate outlook. Est at 16:00 on September 15th (Beijing time at 04:00 on September 15th), the Dow rose 177.71 points, at 18212.48 points, or 0.99%; P index rose 21.49 points, at 2147.26 points, or 1.01%; the NASDAQ rose 75.92 points, at 5249.69 points, or 1.47%. Thursday morning investors ushered in a lot of economic data, including retail sales figures are lower than expected. The data showed the U.S. August retail sales fell for the first time in 5 months, in addition to the United States last week for the first time jobless claims are still close to the lowest level in history, the producer price index was unchanged, means the lack of inflationary pressure. After the release of these data, the Federal Reserve will hold a two day meeting of monetary policy on September 20-21. U.S.Bank senior portfolio to Wigan (Eric Wiegand) – Eric said: "the economic data is not conclusive, is not strong enough to allow monetary policy to change rapidly, also not weak enough to change the interest rate expectations, which means that there is more uncertainty in the Fed’s future actions." Wigan pointed out that in September and October market performance are seasonally weak, so in the third quarter earnings before the announcement, the market is expected to will continue sideways, violent fluctuation. "Retail data is disappointing, especially when so many economists expect retail sales to improve in the second half of the year," he said. U.S. economic growth is still weak." Specific economic data, the U.S. Labor Department announced that the United States last week for the first time to apply for unemployment benefits increased by 1000, the total rose to 260 thousand, still close to the lowest level in decades. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch had expected an average of 265 thousand. So far the United States for the first time the number of people applying for unemployment benefits for 80 consecutive weeks below the 300 thousand mark, the longest since 1970. Another data show that, due to the reduction in the majority of store traffic, U.S. retail sales in August fell 0.3%, the first decline in 5 months. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch expect the figure to fall by 0.1%. U.S. wholesale price index in August was essentially flat, mainly due to the sharp decline in food and gasoline prices. Economists surveyed by MarketWatch expect the wholesale price index to fall by 0.1% in August. August wholesale food prices fell 1.6%, the biggest decline in nearly half a year and a half since 3. Gasoline prices fell by 2.5%. The U.S. government reports that the second quarter of 5相关的主题文章: