[Hong Kong stocks afternoon review: Hang Seng Index fell 0.3%, Chinese real estate stocks strengthened, and technology stocks callback]The three major Hong Kong stocks index rose and fell mixed in the morning trading. It fell 0.67% to 6646 points. On the disk, Yi Gang emphasized that Evergrande’s risk is a case-by-case risk. Mainland real estate stocks and property management stocks collectively pulled up. Sunac China and CIFI Holdings surged over 8%. Chinese insurance stocks broke out to lead the gains, and Ping An of China surged over 7%. , The coal stocks that fell sharply yesterday rebounded collectively; recently, most of the strong technology stocks recovered. Xiaomi fell more than 2%, Baidu fell 1.36%, Tencent, Alibaba, and Meituan all fell, and Kuaishou rose 2.6%. On the other hand, Evergrande’s property sales have changed, and Evergrande’s department has plummeted. China Evergrande and Evergrande Auto have both plummeted by 10%; yesterday’s strong power stocks collectively fell, and China Resources Power fell nearly 4%. (Interface News)
In the morning session, the three major indexes of Hong Kong stocks were mixed. The Hang Seng Index fell 0.29% to 26,060 points, the HSCEI rose 0.27% to 9,301 points, and the Hang Seng Technology Index fell 0.67% to 6,646 points. On the disk, Yi Gang emphasized that Evergrande’s risk is a case-by-case risk, and mainland property stocks and property management stocks collectively pulled up.Sunac China, CIFI Holdings surged over 8%, and domestic insurance stocks broke out to lead the gains.Ping An of ChinaThe coal stocks that fell sharply rose by more than 7% yesterday, and the coal stocks that fell sharply rebounded.BaiduFell 1.36%, Tencent,AlibabaBoth Meituan and Meituan declined, with Kuaishou rising 2.6%. on the other hand,Evergrande PropertyEvergrande’s system suffered a heavy setback after the sale of birth change,China Evergrande、Evergrande MotorBoth fell sharply by 10%; yesterday’s strong power stocks collectively fell.China Resources PowerFell nearly 4%.
(Article Source: Interface News)