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Original title: Shanghai and Shenzhen stock indexes mixed up and down showing a pattern of strong and weak Shanghai

Xinhua News Agency, Shanghai, October 22 (Reporter Sang Tong) On the 22nd, the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock indexes were mixed, showing a pattern of strong Shenzhen and Shanghai weak.

On the same day, the Shanghai Composite Index opened at 3,594.74 points, consolidating throughout the day, and finally closed at 3,582.60 points, down 12.18 points or 0.34% from the previous trading day.

The Shenzhen Component Index closed at 14,492.82 points, up 47.96 points, or 0.33%. The ChiNext Index rose 0.17% to close at 3284.91 points.

The Science and Technology 50 Index rose 0.42% to close at 1368.14 points.

Individual stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks fell more and rose less, with more than 1,300 trading varieties rising. Excluding ST stocks, about 40 stocks in the two cities have a daily limit.

In terms of sector concepts, photoresist, custom home furnishings, and memory topped the market with gains of more than 4%; the oil and gas pipeline network, coal chemical industry, and methanol concepts were among the top decliners, with a decline of more than 4%.

【Editor in charge: Zhan Jing】


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