Major indexes on the US stock market opened mixed on Tuesday, but the Nasdaq hit a record high.
The tech-heavy index was up 24 points to 14,663 at 9.42 a.m. EDT (1342GMT) after it hit a new all-time high of 14,687 shortly after the first bell.
Facebook also reached a record high of $358.67 as did Amazon at $3,593.19 — one day after Andy Jassy officially took over the CEO position from Jeff Bezos after 27 years.
The Dow Jones was down 112 to 34,677. The S&P 500 fell 7 to 4,344.
Oil prices showed retreat from increases after the OPEC+ group called off a Monday meeting where they were discussing since Thursday whether to end or extend production cuts beyond April 2022.
International benchmark Brent crude was down 1.8% to $75.75 per barrel after the market opened, while American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) fell 0.8% to $74.54.
Gold extended its rally for a fifth consecutive day by adding 1% to $1,809 per ounce. Silver rose $0.1% to 26.5.
US markets were closed Monday in observance of the July 4 holiday.
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