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U.S. stock indexes after the Christmas  were mixed on opening!

The Nasdaq Composite losing ground and the Dow ticking upward

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China earlier said it would lift Covid-19 quarantine requirements on international arrivals.

While the S&P 500 was recently down 0.1% and the Dow industrials were up 0.4%, or about 140 points.

The trending stocks today are:

Southwest Airlines: The airline canceled more than two-thirds of its flights Monday and plans to slash its schedules Tuesday and Wednesday, in a meltdown that stranded thousands of customers. Shares declined 4.1% premarket.

Tesla: The electric carmaker suspended car production at its Shanghai plant on Saturday, extending a planned eight-day production halt at its largest worldwide plant by car output, The Wall Street Journal reported. Shares fell 3.7% premarket.

Alibaba, JD.com: American depositary receipts of Chinese companies rose premarket after China said that it would drop Covid-19 quarantine requirements for international arrivals next month. Alibaba Group Holding added 2.2% premarket, while JD.com gained 2.5%. Baidu rose 2.1% premarket.

Stocks were mixed around midday Tuesday as investors returning from the holiday break considered China’s latest plans to ease restrictions at its borders.