Sino-Singapore Jingwei client, 29th May, Hang Seng Index opened 1.52% lower at 22781.111 points; the state-owned enterprise index fell 1.5% to 9408.110 points; the red chip index fell 1.43% to 3594.720 points; the market turnover was 34.05 100 million Hong Kong dollars.

  On the disk, home improvement retailers, other apparel accessories, aerospace military, automotive retailers, supply chain management and other five sectors led the rise. Its China American Retail rose 12.09% to HK $ 1.020 to lead the home improvement retailer sector; public transportation, Environmental protection engineering, banking, construction materials, integrated enterprises and other five sectors led the decline. Among them, MTR Corporation dropped 2.31% to HK $ 36.000, leading the decline in the public transport sector.

Blue Chip Quotes  

  In terms of blue chips, Geely Automobile fell 8.7% to HK $ 10.700, leading the decline of blue chips. CITIC shares fell 3.66% to 7.100 Hong Kong dollars; Shenzhou International fell 3.31% to 89.000 Hong Kong dollars; Cheung Kong Group fell 2.87% to 40.550 Hong Kong dollars; China Resources Land fell 2.81% to 29.400 Hong Kong dollars.

North-South capital flows

  From the perspective of the north-south capital flow of Shanghai-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, as of press time, the net outflow of capital from the south is 500 million yuan, of which the net outflow of Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect is 607 million yuan, the balance of funds on the day is 42.607 billion yuan, and the net inflow of Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect is 107 million yuan The fund balance is 41.893 billion yuan.

  The net inflow of northbound funds was 125 million yuan, of which the net inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect was 39 million yuan, the balance of funds on the day was 51.961 billion yuan, the net inflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 86 million yuan, and the balance of funds on the day was 51.114 billion yuan.

AH Stock List

  In terms of AH shares, 10 stocks including WuXi PharmaTech, China Railway Group, Sinotrans, Orient Securities, China Everbright Securities, Fuyao Glass, Zijin Mining, Dalian Port, Shenzhen Expressway, Air China, etc., led the gains; Fosun Pharma, Nine stocks such as China Metallurgical, YOFC, China Pacific Insurance, China Life Insurance, Chenming Paper, Livzon Pharmaceutical, China Construction Bank, CITIC Securities and others fell in the forefront.

Active stocks on the Main Board and GEM

  On the main board, Gome Retail rose 10.99% to HK $ 1.010, Zhengdao Group rose 9.09% to HK $ 0.012, Huajun International Group rose 8.33% to HK $ 13.000, Xinghe Holdings rose 4.55% to HK $ 0.115, Gaofu Group Holdings rose 4.55% to 0.345 Hong Kong dollar and other stocks led the gains; Mongolia Energy fell 15.12% to 0.365 Hong Kong dollars, Geely Automobile fell 8.7% to 10.700 Hong Kong dollars, China Long-term fell 8.16% to 0.045 Hong Kong dollars, Tuyi Holdings fell 7.02% to 0.530 Hong Kong dollars, CITIC shares fell 3.66% to report The stocks such as 7.100 Hong Kong dollar fell among the top. The top five in the turnover are China Flying Crane, AIA, Anta Sports, Tencent Holdings, Meituan Dianping-W.

  On the GEM, Huaxing Holdings rose 309.09% to HK $ 0.090, Wanlida rose 52.94% to HK $ 0.130, REPUBLIC HC rose 7.81% to HK $ 0.345, China New Telecom rose 7.56% to HK $ 0.128, and Ober China rose 2.27% to 0.090 Hong Kong dollar and other stocks were among the top gainers; Orient Pay Group Holdings fell 2.74% to HK $ 0.071, Brilliant Technology fell 1.9% to HK $ 0.103, and Shengang Holdings fell 1.2% to HK $ 0.820. The top five in terms of turnover are China Youzan, Ober China, Shengang Holdings, Guangjun Group Holdings, China Hongguang.

Warrants and CBBCs

  The top five trading volume of warrants are Hang Seng Moli Zero Ten B, Ali Mori Zero nine buying A, Hang Seng Haitong zero nine selling B, Hang Seng Bank of China zero nine selling A, CCB Morris zero seven selling A.

  The top five CBBC turnovers are the HSI Fab Bar Zero Bear P, the HSI SpongeBob Zero Bear O, the HSI Moore Zero Bear R, the HSI Spear Zero Bear P and the HSI Moly Bear Nine Bear Z. (Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)