Home Business The Shanghai Composite Index closed down 1.42% on September 14th, the ChiNext Index rose 1.32%, and the net outflow of funds from the North China was 4.128 billion yuan on that day | Daily Economic News

The Shanghai Composite Index closed down 1.42% on September 14th, the ChiNext Index rose 1.32%, and the net outflow of funds from the North China was 4.128 billion yuan on that day | Daily Economic News

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Every AI newsletter:At 15:00 on September 14, Beijing time, the Shanghai Composite Index closed down 52.77 points, or 1.42%, to 3662.6 points, with a turnover of 693.778 billion yuan; the Shenzhen Component Index closed down 79.75 points, or 0.54%, to 14626.08. The turnover was 819.405 billion yuan; the ChiNext index closed up 42.28 points, or 1.32%, to 3,236.55 points, and the turnover was 289.47 billion yuan; the CSI 300 closed down 74.5 points, or 1.49%, to 4,97.16 points. The turnover was 417.246 billion yuan. The net outflow of funds from the north was 4.128 billion yuan that day.

The top five industries with gains were the medical industry at 1.08%, the materials industry at 0.85%, the petroleum industry at 0.54%, and the special equipment at 0.06%.

The top five industries that fell were the steel industry -3.71%, precious metals -3.57%, shipbuilding -3.3%, civil aviation airports -3.26%, and non-ferrous metals -3.26%.

(Reporter Yao Xiangyun)

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