Stock index futures fell slightly, CSI 1000 stock index futures major contract fell 0.15%_Sina Finance_Sina.com



On November 28, 2022, stock index futures fell slightly: the main contract of the Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 stock index futures (IF) fell 1.30%, the main contract of the Shanghai 50 stock index futures (IH ) fell 1.77% and the CSI 500 stock index (IC) futures main contract was down 0.52% and the China Securities 1000 stock index (IM) futures main contract was down 0.52%. 0.15%.

On Nov. 28, the three major indexes bottomed and rebounded, and the decline narrowed in late trading. Blue chips such as big finance were down. The SSE 50 closed down 1.61 % to lead the decline, the Shenzhen Component Index fell 0.69% and the ChiNext Index fell nearly 0.46%. On the record, stocks in tourism, hotels and restaurants were strong throughout the day,Huatian HotelMount Emei Adaily limit,Zhongxin TourismSSAW HotelsJin Jiang HotelCYTS extensionWait for an increase of more than 6%. Spurred by the news, stocks of virtual powerhouse concept strengthened,Thermal energy of HangzhouJinzhi technologydaily limit,National Energy NewspaperIt’s up more than 10%. Concept titles with Chinese initials continue to be active,published in ChinaCCC ImmobiliareWait for the daily limit,Chinese science and technology5 consecutive draws became the highest draw of the two cities. Overall, shares in the two cities were down more than up today, with more than 3,300 stocks down. Real estate services, education, medical services, banks, etc. Pharmaceutical plants and firms were among the biggest gainers. The net sale of northbound funds was 3.76 billion yuan on the day, of which the net sale of Shanghai Stock Connect was 4.17 billion yuan, and the net purchase of Shenzhen Stock Connect is state of 411 million yuan.

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