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The Shanghai Composite Index closed up 0.97%, with the food and beverage sector leading the gains_ Oriental Fortune Network

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The Shanghai Composite Index closed up 0.97%, with the food and beverage sector leading the gains_ Oriental Fortune Network

The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index closed up 0.97%, with the food and beverage sector leading the gains

On February 21, the three major A-share stock indexes opened lower and then rose sharply. The Shenzhen Component Index and the Shanghai Stock Exchange Index once rose by more than 2%, but their gains narrowed in late trading. Wind data showed that as of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.97% to 2950.96 points; the Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.79% to 8975.97 points; the ChiNext Index rose 0.36% to 1752.48 points.

Among Shenwan’s primary industry sectors, food and beverage, banking, real estate and other sectors were among the top gainers, while communications, coal, public utilities and other sectors were among the top losers.

Among the concept sectors, sectors such as liquor, integrated die-casting, and urban village renovation were among the top gainers, while sectors such as optical modules, diet pills, and HBM were among the top losers.

China Post Securities believes that in 2024, offline scenes such as returning to hometowns for dinner will be further restored, and catering consumption in many places will exceed the level of the same period in 2019. Against the background of the overall continued recovery in the Spring Festival consumption atmosphere, the performance expectations of companies in the food and beverage sector are relatively stable, and there are many bright spots in the sub-categories.

This data was provided by the China Securities Journal and China Securities Network. The original title of the article is “The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index closed up 0.97%, with the food and beverage sector leading the gains.”

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