Zhongxin Finance, April 21 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) The weakness of the previous trading day continued. On the 21st, the three major A-share stock indexes fluctuated and fell again.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange Index fell below 3,100 points during the session; the ChiNext Index fell below 2,300 points for the first time since June 2020.
In the end, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 2.26% to 3079.81 points; the Shenzhen Component Index fell 2.70% to 11084.28 points; the ChiNext Index fell 2.17% to 2312.46 points.
A-share closing performance.
The Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets fell more and rose less, with more than 4,400 stocks falling and only 352 stocks rising.
The transaction volume of the two cities was 856.3 billion yuan throughout the day, and the net inflow of northbound funds was 911 million yuan.
On the disk, the tourism sector fell by more than 7%, and stocks such as Qujiang Culture and Tourism, Yunnan Tourism, and Tianmu Lake fell by the limit.
Industry sectors such as hotels and catering, chemicals, general machinery, and mineral products were also among the top decliners. Chemicals, together with real estate, agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, and fishery sectors, set a limit on declines. Only the insurance and banking sectors bucked the trend and closed up.
In the concept sector, the seed industry fell by more than 7% to lead the broader market, while concepts such as phosphorus concept, fertilizer, and fluorine concept performed poorly.
In terms of individual stocks, today's most attention is the new stock China National Offshore Oil (600938.SH). As China's largest offshore crude oil and natural gas producer, it opened 20% higher on the first day of listing, and then quickly rose to reach the daily limit of 44%. , a temporary suspension occurred during the session, and after the resumption of trading, the increase has narrowed.
As of the close, CNOOC reported 13.79 yuan, up 27.69%, with a full-day turnover of 12.12 billion yuan and a turnover rate of 59.1%.
The performance of A shares was sluggish, and Hong Kong shares also fell.
As of the close, the Hang Seng Index and the China Enterprises Index fell by more than 1%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index fell by more than 3%.
Well-known Hong Kong stocks fell.
As of the close, Haidilao (6862.HK) fell more than 7%, Bubble Mart (9992.HK), JD.com (9618.HK), Ali Health (0241.HK) fell more than 6%, Country Garden (2007.HK) ) fell more than 5%, Bilibili (9626.HK), Meituan (3690.HK), Xiaomi Group (1810.HK) fell more than 4%, and Tencent Holdings (0700.HK) fell more than 3%.