Sino-Singapore Jingwei, December 3rd. On the 3rd, the three major indexes collectively opened higher. Coal stocks rose in the morning, power stocks rose across the board, and education stocks led the decline.

   Source: Flush iFinD

  The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.58% to 3,594.64 points.

The Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.23% to 14,799.85 points.

The GEM index fell 0.53% to 3,438.68 points.

  On the disk, the ports and shipping, green power, and Tianjin Free Trade Zone led the gains of the two cities.

Tobacco, education, and fluorine chemical concepts were among the top decliners.

  As of now, the ratio of all trading stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks is 2669:1767, with 48 daily limit and 7 daily limit.

In terms of northbound funds, the morning net inflow of northbound funds exceeded 5.1 billion yuan, of which the inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect exceeded 3.1 billion, and the inflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect exceeded 1.9 billion.

  In terms of individual stocks, the current daily limit shares are as follows: Shunxin Agriculture (10.01%), Fangda Carbon (9.97%), NavInfo (10.01%), Zhongmin Energy (9.98%), GCL Energy (10.00%).

Inner Mongolia Huadian rose more than 4%, Jizhong Energy, China Shenhua, and Shaanxi Coal followed the rise.

  The lower limit shares are as follows: Jiangshan shares (-9.99%), Corson Technology (-10.00%), Shunhao shares (-9.97%), Hailide (-10.03%), Xinli Financial (-9.97%).

  The top five stocks with turnover rate are: Huasu, Jieya, CIMC Vehicles, Joy Zhixing, and Fujia, which are 62.483%, 46.924%, 40.075%, 39.621%, and 37.810%, respectively. 

  Centaline Securities pointed out that it is expected that the Shanghai stock index is likely to fluctuate slightly in the short-term, and the ChiNext market may be more likely to consolidate in the short-term.

We recommend that investors pay close attention to investment opportunities in the automotive chain, financial sector and some cyclical industries in the short-term, and continue to pay attention to investment opportunities in low-value blue chip stocks in the mid-term.

(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.)