Zhongxin Finance, May 24 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) On the 24th, the three major A-share stock indexes fluctuated and fell. The Shanghai Stock Exchange fell below 3,100 points during the session, and the broader market weakened. "Stock Market", "Fund", "A Shares" took turns to rise Hot search.

  As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 2.41% to 3070.93 points; the Shenzhen Component Index fell 3.34% to 11065.92 points; the ChiNext Index fell 3.82% to 2318.07 points.

A-share closing performance.

  Over 4,400 stocks in the two cities fell, 70 stocks fell by the limit, and only 292 stocks rose, with a full-day turnover of 990.4 billion yuan.

  On the disk, none of the sectors rose, with software services, IT equipment, comprehensive, papermaking, Internet and other sectors leading the decline.

In the concept sector, the new crown medicine sector fell by more than 6% to lead the broader market, and the east and west computing, digital currency, and smart government affairs also weakened.

  In terms of individual stocks, after announcing that it would submit a listing application for a new crown antiviral small molecule drug, the market opened on the 24th, but Junshi Bio’s A shares and Hong Kong stock prices both plummeted.

At the end of the A-share market, the share price of Junshi Bio-U (688180.SH) fell by the limit; as of press time, the Hong Kong stock price of Junshi Bio (1877.HK) fell by more than 12%.

Time-sharing chart of Junshi Bio's A shares.

  Mango Super Media (300413.SZ) bucked the market and rose sharply on the 24th. The intraday increase once expanded to 10%. As of the close, it still rose more than 5% to 37.44 yuan.

  Recently, with the launch of the third season of "Riding the Wind and Waves", "Sweetheart Leader" Wang Xinling once again became popular on the Internet with an old song "Love You".

Many fans threatened to buy stocks to support, "Wang Xinling fans bought mango stocks to cheer for them" and even rushed to the hot search.

Time-sharing chart of Mango Supermedia stock price.

  A-share performance was sluggish, and Hong Kong stocks also fell.

As of press time, the Hang Seng Index fell 1.75%, the China Enterprises Index fell nearly 2%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index fell more than 3%.