Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, April 20. As of the close of the trading day on the 20th, the Hang Seng Index closed at 29,105.730 points; the State-owned Enterprise Index fell 0.1% to 11081.430 points; the red chip index rose 0.17% to 4,174.800 points; the market turnover was 1321.19 Billion Hong Kong dollars.


  On the disk, five sectors including non-alcoholic beverages, shipping and ports, tourism and tourism, new energy, and aviation logistics led the gains. Among them, Sammy Holdings rose 14.84% to HK$0.178, leading the rise in the non-alcoholic beverage sector; toys, other apparel accessories Five sectors, including real estate agency, satellite wireless communications, and auto parts, were among the top decliners. Among them, Tongyuan International fell 7.69% to HK$0.180, leading the decline in the toy sector.

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 capital is 3.852 billion yuan, of which the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow is 1.276 billion yuan, the balance of funds on the day is 40.724 billion yuan, and the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow is 2.576 billion yuan. The fund balance is 39.424 billion yuan.

  The net outflow of northbound funds was 308 million yuan, of which the net inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect was 191 million yuan, the balance of funds on the day was 51.809 billion yuan, the net outflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 499 million yuan, and the balance of funds on the day was 52.499 billion yuan.

AH stock list

  In terms of AH shares, 4 stocks including Minsheng Bank, China Merchants Bank, Huadian International Power Co., Ltd., and COSCO Marine Energy were among the top gainers; Anhui Expressway, China Southern Airlines, CITIC Securities, Huaneng International Power, China Eastern Airlines, Six stocks, including China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, were among the top decliners.

Active stocks on the Main Board and ChiNext

  On the main board, China Development Holdings rose 34.33% to HK$0.900, Jiayi Holdings rose 32.5% to HK$0.265, Taihe Holdings rose 29.29% to HK$0.181, China's urban infrastructure rose 28.28% to HK$0.127, and Xinyuan Wanheng Holdings rose 28.28% to HK$0.127. 25% reported HK$0.020 and other stocks with the highest gains; China Financial International fell 14.4% to HK$0.107, Jinyi Group Holdings fell 13.25% to HK$0.360, Huili Resources fell 12.07% to HK$0.255, and Superior Group Holdings fell 11.32% to 0.470 Hong Kong dollar, Zhongtian Shunlian fell 9.76% to 1.850 Hong Kong dollars and other stocks were among the top decliners.

The top rankings in terms of turnover are Meituan-W, Tencent Holdings, Alibaba-SW, Xiaomi Group-W, and Geely Automobile.

  On the Growth Enterprise Market, Goosi International rose 31.43% to HK$0.046, Xinli Software rose 20.63% to HK$0.076, Teda Bio rose 20% to HK$0.090, Chunneng Holdings rose 18.56% to HK$0.230, and Baolian Holdings rose 12.61% Reported 0.125 Hong Kong dollars and other stocks rose among the top. The top rankings in terms of turnover are China Youzan, Jinhui Education, Li Jiande Group, Fano Group, and Viva China. (Zhongxin Jingwei APP)