港股午评 | 三大指数纷纷回落,科指跌近2%;石油股、医药股齐挫,药明生物跌近5%

Hong Kong Stock Afternoon Review | The three major indices have declined one after another, and the Science Index has fallen by nearly 2%; petroleum stocks and pharmaceutical stocks have fallen, and Pharmaceuticals has fallen by nearly 5%, and Pharmaceuti

Futu News ·  12/07/2023 12:10

Futu News reported on December 7 that the three major indices of Hong Kong stocks collectively pulled back. The Hang Seng Index fell 1.46%, the Science Index fell 1.79%, and the National Index fell 1.7%.

By the midday close, Hong Kong stocks had risen 396 shares, down 1,319 shares, and closed 1,257 shares.

In terms of the sector, Internet technology stocks fell sharply. Xiaomi Group and Kuaishou fell more than 3%, Meituan fell nearly 3%, Tencent, Baidu Group, and Alibaba fell nearly 2%, NetEase fell more than 1%, and JD Group and Bilibili fell slightly.

The performance of automobile stocks was weak. NIO rose more than 1%, Geely Automobile, Great Wall Motor, and Ideal Auto fell by more than 2%, and BYD shares, Guangzhou Automobile Group, and Brilliance China fell by about 1%.

Most domestic housing stocks and property management stocks declined. Longhu Group and Ocean Group fell about 3%, Yuexiu Real Estate fell nearly 2%, China Resources Land fell about 1%, and Sunac China rose more than 3%.

Pharmaceutical stocks generally fell. Pharmaceuticals Biotech fell nearly 5%, Kangfang Biotech fell by more than 3%, Pharmaceuticals Joint Stock Company fell nearly 3%, Pharmacology Kant, BeiGene, and Genting Xinyao fell nearly 2%, and Giant Biotech fell nearly 1%.

Petroleum stocks were under pressure, and CNPC shares fell by more than 3%. CNOOC fell nearly 3%, and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation fell by more than 1%.

Gold stocks fell sharply. Shandong Gold and Zijin Mining fell by more than 2%, and Zhaojin Mining fell by about 1%.

On the other hand, the Hong Kong Monetary Authority provided banks with HK$3.47 billion in liquidity through a discount window. Some of Hong Kong bank stocks and bank stocks rose, while HSBC Holdings and Standard Chartered Group bucked the trend.

In terms of individual stocks,$SUNAC (01918.HK)$The increase was more than 3%, and for the first time, forced debt conversion was converted to 1.9 billion US dollars.

$CNOOC (00883.HK)$With a drop of nearly 3%, international oil prices have fallen sharply, and the market is worried about a resurgence of the price war.

$HKEX (00388.HK)$It fell by more than 3%. The number of IPOs and capital raised in Hong Kong fell sharply year on year this year.

$MICROPORT (00853.HK)$It fell nearly 5%, and interest-bearing bonds were issued in exchange for zero-interest convertible bonds. The market was concerned about the company's ability to repay its debts.

$WUXI BIO (02269.HK)$Falling nearly 5%, Bank of America Securities downgraded biochemistry ratings to “neutral,” and it is estimated that the industry will still be under pressure in the next few months.

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