Sino-Singapore Jingwei Client, September 2nd, on the 2nd, the three major A-share indexes opened lower collectively, the index continued to differentiate in the afternoon, and the index continued to pull back.

The photovoltaic and coal sectors led the gains.

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  The Shanghai Composite Index reported 3597.04 points, up 0.84%; the Shenzhen Component Index reported 14277.34 points, down 0.26%; the Shanghai Stock Index reported 3138.80 points, down 1.51%.

The turnover of Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets exceeded RMB 1 trillion for the 32nd consecutive trading day.

  On the disk, photovoltaic, coal, wind power and other sectors ranked among the top gainers; semiconductor chips, China Shipbuilding, CRO concept and other sectors were among the top decliners.

  In terms of individual stocks, China Communications Construction, Power Construction, Flat, Shanxi Coking Coal, etc. closed the board.

  Guosheng Securities Research Report pointed out that on Wednesday, the two cities diverged sharply, and the sector ushered in a high-low switch.

The sharp decline of track stocks and the dancing of low and old weights have caused the main board index to outperform the small and medium-sized indexes. It is necessary to be cautious of the volatility risks caused by the market's high-low conversion.

If the main line of the market changes further, you can pay attention to low-priced consumer, construction machinery and other low-interest opportunities on dips.

Operationally, if the market can continue to increase the volume in the short-term to continue the breakthrough trend, it may further drive the market's trading sentiment. Be cautious about the risk of the decline of the theme stocks with a large increase in the previous period, and pay attention to the theme sector of the core asset direction.

(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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