China-Singapore Jingwei Client reported that the Hang Seng Index closed down on January 26, with the highest intraday hit 29965.110 points and the lowest drop 29345.740 points.

The Hong Kong Stock Exchange fell more than 7% and led the blue chips, and technology stocks plummeted.

As of the close, the Hang Seng Index fell 2.55% to 29,391.260 points; the State-owned Enterprise Index fell 2.22% to 11,695.430 points; the red chip index fell 1.33% to 4021.670 points; the market turnover was 278.927 billion Hong Kong dollars.

Blue chip stock market

  In terms of blue chip stocks, as of the close of trading, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange fell 7.23% to HK$513.000, leading the decline of blue chip stocks.

Tencent Holdings fell 6.26% to HK$718.500; Meituan-W fell 5.3% to HK$378.600; Innovative Technology Industry fell 4.97% to HK$120.500; WuXi Biologics fell 4.47% to HK$115.500.


  On the board, five sectors, including publishing, alcoholic beverages, livestock feed, entertainment facilities, printing and packaging, led the gains. Among them, China Reading Group rose 10% to HK$62.700, leading the publishing sector; aerospace and military industry, other finance, shipping and ports Five sectors, including advertising and publicity, and automobiles, were among the top decliners. Among them, AVIC fell 15.04% to 6.100 Hong Kong dollars, leading the aerospace and military industry sectors.

North-South capital flow

  From the perspective of the north-south capital flow of the Shanghai-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, as of press time, the net inflow of southbound funds was 14.172 billion yuan, of which the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow was 5.823 billion yuan, the balance of funds on the day was 36.177 billion yuan, and the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow was 8.349 billion yuan. The fund balance is 33.651 billion yuan.

  The net outflow of northbound funds was 632 million yuan, of which the net outflow of Shanghai Stock Connect was 1.548 billion yuan, the balance of funds on that day was 53.548 billion yuan, the net inflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 916 million yuan, and the balance of funds on the day was 51.084 billion yuan.

AH stock list

  In terms of AH stocks, 10 stocks including Tsingtao Brewery, Shandong Gold, Postal Savings Bank of China, COSCO Marine Energy, Vanke Enterprise, Andre Juice, BBMG, Public Utilities, Junshi Biology, SMIC and other stocks were the top gainers; Longhuacheng, China Shipbuilding Defense, COSCO Shipping Holdings, China General Nuclear Power, China Securities, Luoyang Molybdenum, BYD, Luoyang Glass, CICC, Haier Zhijia and other 10 stocks fell among the top.

Active stocks on the Main Board and ChiNext

  On the main board, Baofeng Fashion rose 50% to HK$1.200, Baiao Family Interactive rose 41.4% to HK$2.220, Haichang Ocean Park rose 30.34% to HK$0.580, Sihuan Pharmaceutical rose 28.77% to HK$1.880, Adway Construction Group Shares rose 28.7% to HK$1.480 and other stocks were among the top gainers; Rongzhi Holdings fell 54.19% to HK$0.142, Bandung Holdings Group fell 18.68% to HK$0.370, Jiajin Investment International fell 17.86% to HK$0.023, Yihe Holdings fell 17.35% Reported at 0.810 Hong Kong dollars, the annual card fell 16.92%, reported 0.540 Hong Kong dollars and other stocks fell among the top.

The top rankings in terms of turnover are Tencent Holdings, CNOOC, Meituan-W, Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and Alibaba-SW.

  On the Growth Enterprise Market, Wanxing Holdings rose 38.89% to HK$0.175, Baolian Holdings rose 28.24% to HK$0.109, WT Group rose 22.83% to HK$0.113, Global Press rose 19.89% to HK$0.223, and Jihui Holdings rose 18.18% to HK$0.109. 0.260 Hong Kong dollars and other stocks rose among the top.

The top rankings in terms of turnover are China Youzan, Jiedi Group, Fano Group, Kylin Group Holdings, and Global Press.

Warrants and CBBCs

  The top ranked warrants in terms of warrant turnover are Tencent UBS 16 purchase B, HSI UBS 17 purchase D, HSI Haitong 1 B purchase D, Tencent Monarch 15 purchase A, and Tencent Motong 16 purchase C.

  The top CBBC trading volume rankings are the HSI Haitong 14 Bear D, the HSI UBS 14 Bear I, the Hang Seng Index Bank of China 14 Bear K, the HSI Haitong 41 Bull F, and the HSI FX VII Bear M. .

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

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