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Investing and looking at the market | Shanghai Index is under pressure of 3550 points, new energy industry chain extension areas can be paid attention to_Industry Sector

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Original title: Investing and looking at the market | Shanghai stock index is under pressure of 3550 points, new energy industry chain extension areas can be paid attention to

Today (November 16), the three major Shanghai and Shenzhen indexes fluctuated in the morning, and fell rapidly in the afternoon. The Shanghai Composite Index closed down 0.33% to 3521 points, the Shenzhen Component Index fell 0.15% to 14613 points, and the ChiNext Index fell 0.24%. Reported 3393 points.

On the disk, 1,230 shares in the two cities rose and 3,200 shares fell. The turnover was above the trillion yuan for 18 consecutive trading days, and Beijing Capital bought 4.2 billion yuan in net. Most of the industry sectors fell. The aerospace sector plummeted and dragged down the military concept. Aeroengine power fell by 5%. Phosphorus chemicals and fluorine chemicals plummeted again. Lithium batteries, new energy vehicles, and photovoltaics, which fell sharply yesterday, continued to weaken, and Changan Automobile was once again big Fell about 9%; non-ferrous metals, steel, and semiconductor sectors fell at the top. Consumption stocks were strong, liquor stocks led the gains in the two cities, and many stocks such as Gujing Gongjiu had their daily limit; concepts such as CRO, biological vaccines, immunotherapy, and new crown testing rose sharply.

Hualong Securities Chongqing Xinhua Road business department investment consultant Luo Tao believes that today, the market is generally down, and most individual stocks are down. Compared with yesterday’s market performance, today’s market risk is completely opposite. Heavyweight stocks performed relatively well, and individual stocks fell significantly. In terms of sectors, the military, cyclical, and brokerage sectors fell, which led the stock index to dive down in the afternoon. The strong performance of the liquor and pharmaceutical sectors supported today’s index. In the preview, the short-term market is expected to continue to fluctuate due to the rotation of the sector and the unclear main line. In the medium term, the probability of a sharp decline after the cyclical product risk is released is small, so the index risk is relatively limited. Focus on short-term operations, focusing on the rotation of technological hotspots, and the concept of inflation.

Yang Jiaqian, an investment consultant at the Chongqing Xiaoxin Street Sales Department of Shenwan Hongyuan Securities, said that the Shanghai Stock Exchange Index is still blocked at 3550 points. It is expected that the index will fluctuate around 3550-3500 points in the short-term. The GEM index is regaining 10 After the daily moving average, it will further consolidate around 3400 points to accumulate strength for the later upswing. In terms of operation, it is recommended to continue to control positions and play structural opportunities in wet warehouses. Among them, the obligatory consumption based on food and condiments, as well as the high-prosperity growth direction based on new energy, military industry, and semiconductors, continue to pay attention. In addition, potential sectors in the new energy vehicle industry chain, such as spare parts, on-board power semiconductors, and charging and replacement piles, can also be tapped.

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