Futu News reported on September 18 that the decline in the three major Hong Kong stock indices increased in the afternoon. The Hang Seng Index closed down 1.39%, the Codex fell 2.22%, and the National Index fell 1.59%.
By the close, Hong Kong stocks had risen 657, fell 1204, and closed 1,098.
The specific industry performance is as follows:
On the sector side, science and technology network stocks accelerated their decline in the afternoon.Bilibili and JD fell nearly 3%, Kuaishou and Alibaba fell more than 2%, Meituan, NetEase, and Tencent fell nearly 2%, and Baidu fell more than 1%.
Most auto stocks have declined.Zero Run fell more than 5%, Ideal fell nearly 4%, NIO fell more than 2%, Xiaopeng fell more than 1%, BYD fell slightly, and Great Wall and Geely rose more than 1%.
Domestic housing stocks and property management stocks were sluggish throughout the day.Ocean Group fell more than 5%, China Resources Land fell more than 3%, Longhu Group fell nearly 3%, Country Garden Services and Vanke Enterprise fell more than 2%, Country Garden, Sun Hung Kai Properties, and China Evergrande fell nearly 2%, and Sunac China reversed the market by nearly 7%.
The semiconductor oscillation is declining,SMIC fell more than 5%, Huahong Semiconductor fell nearly 3%, and Shanghai Fudan fell more than 1%.
Gaming stocks are doing well,MGM China rose more than 3%, while Galaxy Entertainment and Wynn Macau rose nearly 2%.
Biotech concept stocks strengthened against the market,Rongchang Biotech and Kingsri Biotech rose nearly 4%, Juzi Biotech rose nearly 3%, Zaiding Pharmaceutical and Pharmaceutical Kangde rose nearly 2%, and Kangfang Biology, Tiger Pharmaceutical, and BeiGene rose more than 1%.
On the other hand, all gold stocks that have continued to rise have pulled back, with large financial stocks and top Chinese stocks generally performing sluggish; with the National Day holiday approaching, travel stocks bucked the trend; and most military stocks were active.
In terms of individual stocks,$SMIC(00981.HK)$It fell by more than 5%, and TSMC is worried about poor demand and delays in receiving chip equipment.
$MGM CHINA(02282.HK)$It rose by more than 3%. The average minimum bet amount in Macau continued to rise in September, and attracted buying opportunities ahead of Golden Week.
$SUNAC(01918.HK)$There was a sharp increase of nearly 7%, and it is planned to spin-off development of real estate development projects in Hainan.
$CTG DUTY-FREE(01880.HK)$It has risen by more than 3%, travel on the “Eleventh Day” is very popular, and outbound travel continues to recover.
$YANKUANG ENERGY(01171.HK)$It has risen by nearly 3%. Institutions claim that the coal sector is representative of the industry with high dividends and high dividends, and the cost performance ratio of investment is becoming more and more prominent.
$HONGJIU FRUIT(06689.HK)$It surged nearly 40%, opening up a new field of digital innovation and cooperation in Cambodia's agricultural supply chain.
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Hong Kong Stock Connect Capital
In terms of Hong Kong Stock Connect, Hong Kong Stock Connect (Southbound) today had a net inflow of HK$8.733 billion.
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