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The three major indexes collectively opened the Shanghai Composite Index up 0.03% and the ChiNext Index rose 0.35% | SSE Index | ChiNext Index | Balance_Sina Technology_Sina.com

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Original title: The three major indexes collectively opened higher, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.03%, and the ChiNext Index rose 0.35%. Source: Sino-Singapore Jingwei

Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, July 22nd, July 22, the three major indexes collectively opened higher. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.03% to 3,563.66 points, the Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.30% to 15,258.73 points, and the ChiNext Index rose 0.35% to 3,572.44 points. The salt lake lithium extraction, fuel ethanol, and mining services sectors led the two cities. Liquor The concept, three-child concept, hotel and catering sectors were among the top decliners.

The ratio of all trading stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks was 1642:1784. The two stocks had a daily limit of 9 and a limit of 5.

As of July 21, the margin of margin trading in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks was 1.82 trillion yuan. The financing balance on the day was 1.66 trillion yuan, an increase of 8.330 billion yuan from the previous trading day; the securities lending balance on the day was 157.686 billion yuan, an increase of 1.684 billion yuan from the previous trading day.

In terms of individual stocks, the daily limit shares during the call auction period are as follows: Jiangte Electric (9.99%), Yonghe (9.99%), Rieter (10.01%), Xianheng International (9.99%), Xinbo (10.00%).

The limit-down stocks are as follows: Dalian Sun Asia (-5.00%), Tianxiang Tui (-19.74%), Zhongtian Technology (-10.00%).

Wanlian Securities stated that from the summary of the disclosures of the interim performance forecasts of listed companies as of noon on July 19, the A-share interim report prognosis rate was nearly 70%. Among them, the price increase of bulk commodities has driven steel, chemical, non-ferrous metals, and non-ferrous metals. The upstream cyclical industries such as coal led the growth in performance. The machinery, light industry, building materials, transportation and other sectors benefited from the global economic recovery and last year’s low base effect. The performance growth rate was high. Electrical equipment, electronics, national defense and military industry, food and beverage, etc. The performance release of the track industry is in line with high market expectations. Combined with the second-quarter macroeconomic data released last week, it is expected that the main line of the market in the near future will still be guided by the interim results and favorable policies.

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In terms of industry configuration, attention can be paid to: 1) Semiconductors, panels, new energy, and new energy vehicles in the technology growth sector that are booming; 2) Non-ferrous metals, chemicals, steel and other mid-reported pro-cyclical upstream raw materials sectors that exceed expectations; 3 ) Favorable policies on carbon neutrality, big data and the science and technology innovation board themes. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

(The opinions in the article are for reference only and do not constitute investment advice. Investment is risky, and you must be cautious when entering the market.)


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