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CBN 2021-12-10 13:15:26

Editor in charge: Hao Yunying

The result of Yili’s fixed increase of nearly 12 billion yuan was announced. How effective is it to optimize the capital structure, expand the production capacity of dairy products, and increase market share? This fixed increase has attracted many star institutions. In addition, in the past three months, a total of 33 institutions have issued rating reports for Yili shares, 29 with a “buy” rating and 4 with an “overweight” rating. Does this verify the optimistic outlook of the entire industry chain?

Yili shares fixed increase released Zhou Qi: external funds are more inclined to the more stable consumer sector

The result of Yili’s fixed increase of nearly 12 billion yuan was announced. How effective is it to optimize the capital structure, expand the production capacity of dairy products, and increase market share? This fixed increase has attracted many star institutions. In addition, in the past three months, a total of 33 institutions have issued rating reports for Yili shares, 29 with a “buy” rating and 4 with an “overweight” rating. Does this verify the optimistic outlook of the entire industry chain?

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