Source: Sino-Singapore Jingwei Time: 2021-10-22
On October 22, the three major A-share indexes opened with mixed ups and downs. The Shanghai stock index opened flat, with the coal sector leading the decline.
Source: Flush iFinD
The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index fell 0.00% to 3,594.75 points, the Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.16% to 14,467.37 points, and the ChiNext Index rose 0.34% to 3,290.54 points. The two cities rose, with coal mining and processing, organic silicon concepts, oil and gas mining and services sectors leading the decline.
The ratio of all trading stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks was 1490:1949, with 8 stocks trading at a daily limit and 6 stocks trading at a daily limit.
As of October 21, the margin of margin trading in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks was 1.87 trillion yuan. The balance of financing on the day was 1.70 trillion yuan, an increase of 61,890,800 yuan from the previous trading day; the balance of securities lending on the day was 162.902 billion yuan, a decrease of 753 million yuan from the previous trading day.
In terms of individual stocks, the daily limit shares during the call auction period are as follows: Sichuan Road and Bridge (10.02%), Wenshan Power (10.03%), Guokewei (20.00%), Fuda Alloy (10.02%), Tongli Risheng (10.00%).
The lower limit shares are as follows: Johnson & Johnson (-10.01%), Prolog Pharmaceuticals (-10.00%).
Centaline Securities pointed out that the current market hotspots rotate more frequently, the stock game features obvious characteristics, and the market generally lacks continuous leading hotspots. Various types of funds are still actively looking for new breakthrough hotspots in the next stage. Investors are advised to continue to pay attention to the performance of the third quarter report that exceeds expectations. Investment opportunities in related industries, while actively paying attention to investment opportunities that may exist in emerging industries.
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