Zhongxin Finance, May 6 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) On the 6th, after the three major A-share stock indexes opened lower, they maintained a low and volatile trend, and "A-shares" were searched on Weibo again.

  As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 2.16% to 3,001.56 points, and fell below 3,000 points during the session; the Shenzhen Component Index fell 2.14% to 10,809.88 points; the ChiNext Index fell 1.90% to 2,244.97 points.

A-share closing performance.

  Nearly 3,400 stocks in the two cities fell, 59 stocks fell by the limit, and more than 1,300 stocks rose, with a turnover of nearly 760 billion yuan throughout the day.

  On the disk, hotels and restaurants plunged by more than 6%, and industries such as electrical instrumentation, real estate, tourism, and non-ferrous metals were also among the top decliners. Only IT equipment and software services closed up against the market.

  However, pharmaceutical stocks ushered in a big outbreak, and 13 related stocks including Haichen Pharmaceutical (300584.SZ), Foci Pharmaceutical (002644.SZ), and Dali Pharmaceutical (603963.SH) closed their daily limit.

  In terms of individual stocks, many leading stocks in the industry suffered setbacks.

Affected by the news that the United States is considering imposing sanctions on the global security giant Hikvision (002415.SZ), Hikvision, which fell by the limit on the 5th, fell again by 9% on the 6th.

In addition, Air China (601111.SH) tumbled nearly 8%, and China CDFG (601888.SH) fell nearly 9%.

  The performance of A shares was sluggish, and Hong Kong shares also fell.

As of press time, the Hang Seng Index fell by nearly 4%, the China Enterprises Index fell by more than 4%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index fell by more than 5%.

  Affected by the fact that many Chinese concept stocks were included in the "pre-delisting list" by the United States, after the popular Chinese concept stocks fell overnight, Hong Kong technology stocks also weakened collectively on the 6th.

  As of press time, Bilibili (9626.HK) fell more than 8%, Alibaba (9988.HK) fell more than 6%, Jingdong Group (9618.HK) fell more than 6%, and Kuaishou (1024.HK) fell more than 6% 5%, Xiaomi Group (1810.HK), Tencent Holdings (0700.HK) fell more than 4%.