Zhongxin Finance, February 24 (Reporter Xie Yiguan) On the 24th, under the changing external environment, the three major A-share stock indexes weakened together.

  As of the close, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 1.7% to 3429.96 points; the Shenzhen Component Index fell 2.2% to 13252.24 points; the ChiNext Index fell 2.11% to 2783.90 points, falling below 2800 points.

During the session, the Shenzhen Component Index and the ChiNext Index once fell more than 3%.

Shanghai index daily K chart.

  From the perspective of the disk, more than 4,000 shares in the two cities fell, and only 694 shares rose.

Industry sectors such as software services, Internet, culture, education and leisure, media and entertainment were among the top decliners, and only oil, aviation, gas and heating, and ships closed up against the market.

In terms of concept sectors, gold concept, natural gas, seed industry and other sectors rose against the market trend, driving a number of related stocks to their daily limit.

A-shares were among the top gainers on the 24th.

  On the 24th, international oil prices rose sharply. As of press time, New York crude oil futures and Brent crude oil futures rose more than 5%; international gold prices also rose, and London gold rose nearly 2%; natural gas futures rose more than 6%; Malaysian palm oil, U.S. wheat, and U.S. corn rose more than 5%.

As of press time, the performance of energy and agricultural product futures.

  On the 24th, the transaction value of A shares continued to be trillions, but there was an outflow of northbound funds. On the 24th, the net sales were 3.358 billion yuan, of which the net sales of Shanghai Stock Connect was 2.356 billion yuan, and the net sales of Shenzhen Stock Connect was 1.002 billion yuan.

  "The recent return of A shares to the trillion-dollar turnover is a clear signal that investor participation has become higher." Yan Kevin, an analyst at Huaxin Securities, pointed out that for the Fed's interest rate hike expectations in March or the Russian-Ukrainian geopolitical crisis, although A shares The stock market prices have all responded, but the growth is expected to be stable, and the policies of easing credit and easing finance have been implemented continuously, and there will be positive feedback from the market in the follow-up.

  "The continuation of various uncertainties will make A-shares continue to fluctuate in the short term. At present, it is still recommended to pay attention to large-cap value targets with strong defensive capabilities." Ma Wenyu, an analyst at Shanxi Securities, believes.