Zhongxin Finance, February 25 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) On the 25th, although the situation in Russia and Ukraine was still turbulent, the Asia-Pacific stock market went out of the independent market.

The three major A-share stock indexes rose collectively during the session. The Shenzhen Component Index rose by more than 2% during the session, and the ChiNext Index rose by more than 3%.

  As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.63% to 3451.41 points; the Shenzhen Component Index rose 1.21% to 13412.92 points; the ChiNext Index rose 2.58% to 2855.80 points.

A-share closing performance.

  On the disk, more than 3,500 stocks in the two cities rose, and 75 stocks rose by the daily limit.

The previously sluggish medical sector exploded, the concept of CXO and the concept of new crown detection strengthened, and related stocks such as Chengda Pharmaceutical, Wanfu Bio, and Anxu Bio reached the daily limit.

  The strong performance of medical stocks also drove up the valuation of related funds.

The valuation of the China Europe Medical and Health Fund managed by star fund manager Gu Lan rose sharply on the 25th.

  In addition, the power sector set off a daily limit, and Jinshan shares, Huaneng International, Yinxing Energy and other related stocks also rose by the limit.

However, the oil, shipping, aviation and other sectors that performed strongly on the 24th closed down.

  The turnover of the two cities exceeded one trillion yuan for three consecutive trading days.

Northbound funds changed from yesterday’s net outflow, and they entered the market quickly in the morning to sweep the goods. However, the enthusiasm for trading in the afternoon became colder, with a net inflow of 6.385 billion yuan throughout the day. Among them, the net inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect was 3.323 billion yuan, and the net inflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 3.062 billion yuan. Yuan.

  In other stock markets in the Asia-Pacific market, the Nikkei and the Korea Composite Index both closed up more than 1%; the three major Hong Kong stock indexes were mixed, and the Hong Kong Hang Seng Index closed down 0.59%.

  "The Russian-Ukrainian issue will continue to recur. Under the complex background of the current severe overseas epidemic of the new crown, strong supply chain constraints, high debts of overseas countries, and high global asset prices, we must be alert to the resulting spillover effects on the global financial environment. negative impact," said Ma Wenyu, an analyst at Shanxi Securities.

  Zhang Gang, an analyst at Zhongyuan Securities, believes that the current external situation is still confusing. Before the influencing factors are further clarified, it is recommended that investors look more and move less.

Short-term temporary wait-and-see, mid-line continue to pay attention to the investment opportunities of low-valued blue-chip stocks.