Sino-Singapore Jingwei, December 2 As of the midday close on December 2, the three major indexes closed mixed.

The Shanghai Composite Index closed flat at 3,57.03 points.

The Shenzhen Component Index fell 0.20% to 14,765.15 points.

The ChiNext Index fell 0.29% to 3,463.27 points.

  On the disk, sectors such as education, automotive, and cement concepts led the two markets.

NFT concepts, cloud gaming, and Meta Universe were among the top decliners.

  Up to now, the ratio of all trading stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks is 1404:3086, with 73 daily limit and 5 daily limit.

  In terms of northbound funds, the net inflow of northbound funds in the morning exceeded 3.1 billion yuan, of which the inflow of Shanghai Stock Connect exceeded 3.5 billion, and the outflow of Shenzhen Stock Connect exceeded 400 million.

  In terms of individual stocks, the current daily limit stocks are as follows: Xilong Science (10.04%), CIMC Vehicles (20.02%), Kangping Technology (20.00%), Kaiyuan Education (19.97%), China National Heavy Duty Truck (10.03%).

The lower limit shares are as follows: Jiangshan shares (-10.00%), Jinbei Automobile (-10.00%), Fujia shares (-9.98%), Rundu shares (-10.01%), Industrial shares (-9.99%).

  The top five stocks with turnover rate are: Joy Zhixing, Zhiyuan New Energy, Guanzhong Ecological, Xilong Science, and Tianrui Instruments, which are 53.497%, 52.364%, 44.719%, 38.158%, and 36.701%, respectively.

  The Northeast Securities Research Report pointed out that the mutant virus will boost the pharmaceutical sector and further suppress the procyclical sector, but it will have less impact on growth sectors such as new energy, which is independent of the industrial cycle.

In general, the main growth lines of new energy, semiconductors, and military industry will continue to lead the new year's market.

(Zhongxin Jingwei APP)

(The opinions in the article are for reference only and do not constitute investment advice. Investment is risky, and you need to be cautious when entering the market.)

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