China-Singapore Finance, June 15 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) After more than 3 months, the Shanghai Composite Index returned to above 3,300 points again.

  On June 15, the three major A-share stock indexes fluctuated and rose in early trading, and fell back in the afternoon. As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.5% to 3305.41 points; the Shenzhen Component Index rose 0.95% to 12137.76 points, and the ChiNext Index rose 1.05% to 2575.09 points.

A-share closing performance.

  Over 2,100 stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose, 65 stocks rose by the daily limit, and the full-day turnover reached 1,298.9 billion yuan, the fourth consecutive trading day that exceeded 1 trillion yuan.

  The net purchase of northbound funds was 13.359 billion yuan, and the fourth time in the past 11 trading days was over 10 billion yuan. Among them, the net purchase of Shanghai Stock Connect was 7.76 billion yuan, and the net purchase of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 5.599 billion yuan.

  On the disk, following the strong turnaround of the brokerage sector on the previous trading day, the financial sector rose again on the 15th.

Among them, the insurance sector rose by more than 7%, and the securities, diversified finance and other sectors were also among the top gainers.

In terms of individual stocks, China Life reached the daily limit, and brokerage stocks such as Great Wall Securities, Hongta Securities, and Everbright Securities also achieved the daily limit.

  In addition, household goods, household appliances, real estate, semiconductors and other sectors also performed well.

  Recently, affected by high inflation and other factors, the US stock market has experienced a sharp correction, and the stock markets of many European and Asian countries have followed suit.

On the 15th, the stock markets of Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand continued to weaken.

However, A-shares completely walked out of the independent market and closed up for two consecutive days.

  Why can A shares get out of the independent market?

The Guolian Securities Research Report believes that the correction of European and American stock indexes may be mainly related to higher U.S. inflation and higher interest rate expectations, which leads to both higher 10-year U.S. bond interest rates and the U.S. dollar index, and a decline in risk appetite.

The A-share stock index rebounded under the favorable domestic loose monetary environment and stable growth stimulus policies.

  Guoyuan Securities said that looking forward to the market outlook, the short-term strong rebound may be close to the tail, and the logic of policy stimulation and confidence restoration has been fully fed back, and it is about to enter the "effect verification period".

The medium-term reversal trend needs to be further verified, and the long-term improvement will remain unchanged. If the fundamentals and corporate profits can stabilize and rebound, A-shares are expected to "hold the clouds and see the moon" and get out of the continuous rising market.