Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, July 20. On Tuesday, the A-shares contracted and the three major indexes were mixed. The Shanghai Composite Index fell slightly, and the Shenzhen Component Index and the ChiNext Index rose slightly.

Infrastructure and semiconductors are working hard in the afternoon. Defensive sectors such as liquor and medicine are sought after. Military industry, charging piles, and power batteries are strong; petrochemicals, steel, banking, and insurance are sluggish.

The turnover of the two cities is less than one trillion.

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  As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.07% to 3536.79 points.

The Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.12% to 15011.35 points.

The GEM index rose 0.41% to 3,463.79 points.

  On the disk, MCU chips, MiniLED, and third-generation semiconductors led the two markets.

Corn, soybeans, genetically modified and other sectors were among the top decliners.

  As of the close, the ratio of all trading stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks was 2132:2082, with 71 daily limit and 9 daily limit.

  In terms of northbound funds, the net inflow of northbound funds exceeded 6.4 billion yuan throughout the day, including more than 3.1 billion yuan in Shanghai Stock Connect and 3.3 billion yuan in Shenzhen Stock Connect.

  In terms of individual stocks, today's daily limit shares are as follows: Chuanneng Power (10.01%), Yuanxing Energy (10.00%), Yanan Bikang (10.01%), Kstar (9.98%), Shengyang (10.05%).

  The lower limit shares are as follows: Hangzhou Thermal Power (-10.01%), Shimao Energy (-10.00%), Xinzhonggang (-10.00%), Jinhong Group (-10.02%), Tianxiang Retire (-20.17%).

  The top five stocks with turnover rate are: Reading Culture, Dongya Machinery, Shimao Energy, Huaya Intelligent, and Renzixing, which are 69.459%, 64.151%, 60.284%, 48.908%, and 39.643%, respectively.

  Wanhe Securities pointed out that under the disturbance of multiple factors such as policy expectations, the epidemic, and global liquidity expectations, the market still exhibits shocks in the short term.

With the arrival of the current interim performance report disclosure window, under the circumstance of many other disturbing factors in the market, paying attention to profit has become the core focus. Judging from the sample of companies that have disclosed performance forecasts, the interim performance continues to rebound, and the growth sector continues to dominate.

(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.)