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The balance of financing and financing increased for the seventh consecutive time, 140 shares received financing, and the net purchase exceeded 100 million yuan

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The balance of financing and financing in the stock market continues to rise, reaching a new high of 1,476.863 billion yuan. This marks the seventh consecutive trading day of increase, setting a record for the longest consecutive rise in 11 months. During this period, leverage funds have significantly increased their positions in certain stocks.

According to statistics from Securities Times·Databao, the financing balance of the Shanghai and Shenzhen markets increased by 12.019 billion yuan on February 27. The electronics industry saw the largest increase in financing balance, with the communications industry showing the highest growth rate.

Individual stocks also saw significant increases in financing balance, with 112 stocks experiencing an increase of more than 50%. Stocks in the machinery and equipment industry had the largest representation on the list. These stocks also outperformed the broader market in terms of price performance.

Furthermore, 140 companies had an increase in financing balance of more than 100 million yuan, with Zhongji InnoLight, Kunlun Wanwei, and Hikvision leading the pack.

Securities Times reminds investors that the stock market is risky, and investment decisions should be made cautiously. For more information and market updates, download the official Securities Times app or follow their official WeChat account.

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