Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, April 23. On the 23rd, the three major A-share indexes opened up and down mixed, and rose to a collective red after the opening, with the automobile sector leading the decline.

Then the three major indexes continued to rise. The Shenzhen Component Index rose by more than 1%, and the Chuang Index rose by more than 2%.

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  As of the noon close, the Shanghai Index reported 3466.68 points, an increase of 0.05%, with a turnover of 205.81 billion yuan; the Shenzhen Component Index reported 14315.57 points, an increase of 0.75%, with a turnover of 293.508 billion yuan; the ChiNext Index reported 2988.45 points, an increase of 1.67%; the Shanghai 50 Index It reported 3519.15 points, an increase of 0.91%.

  On the disk, medical services, electrical automation equipment, medical equipment, white goods, power equipment and other sectors led the gains; fishery, forestry, scenic spots, animal health, and agricultural synthesis sectors led the decline.

In terms of concept stocks, ophthalmology, high delivery transfer rights, ventilators, medical beauty, and private hospitals led the rise, while blind boxes, unmanned banks, Xi'an Free Trade Zone, WeChat Mini Programs, and rice wine led the declines.

  In terms of individual stocks, 980 individual stocks rose, among them ST Rock, Youyou Food, Steel Research Gona and other stocks rose by more than 5%.

3192 stocks fell, of which Zhaori Technology, Gaole shares, Bohai Leasing and other stocks fell more than 5%.

  In terms of turnover rate, there are a total of 24 stocks with a turnover rate of more than 20%. Among them, Huaya Smart has the highest turnover rate, reaching 47.82%.

  As of the last trading day, the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s financing balance was reported at 801.363 billion yuan, an increase of 1.153 billion yuan from the previous trading day, and the securities lending balance was at 92.12 billion yuan, a decrease of 11 million yuan from the previous trading day; the Shenzhen Stock Exchange’s financing balance was reported at 718.689 billion yuan. , An increase of 1.881 billion yuan from the previous trading day, and the securities lending balance reported 60.102 billion yuan, an increase of 330 million yuan from the previous trading day.

The balance of margin financing and securities lending in the two cities totaled 1,672.274 billion yuan, an increase of 3.353 billion yuan from the previous trading day.

  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 northbound capital is 5.516 billion yuan, of which the net inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect is 2.976 billion yuan, the balance of funds on the day is 49.024 billion yuan, and the net inflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect is 2.54 billion yuan. The balance was 49.46 billion yuan; the net inflow of southbound funds was 3.746 billion yuan, of which the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow was 1.325 billion yuan, the day’s fund balance was 40.675 billion yuan, the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect net inflow was 2.421 billion yuan, and the day’s fund balance was 39.559 billion yuan.

  Centaline Securities pointed out that on Thursday, the A-share market opened higher and lowered, with slight fluctuations. The industry rose across the board in the early trading cycle, boosting the stock index to open slightly higher. Due to insufficient funds to follow suit, the market’s wait-and-see sentiment was heavier. The decline of core assets such as winemaking has dragged down the stock index volatility successively. The Shanghai stock index continued to show narrow fluctuations throughout the day.

This week the Shanghai Index hit the high point and failed. The short-term was blocked at the 60-day moving average. The market’s leading hot spots changed frequently, and the market’s profitability effect was not significant. As a result, investors’ sentiment of holding currency to wait and see continued to increase. It is expected that the Shanghai Index will continue to maintain range fluctuations in the near future. It is recommended that investors pay close attention to changes in domestic policies and capital.

(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.)

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