Stock index futures fluctuated down, main IM contract fell 1.54% | Stock Index Futures_Sina

On September 19, 2022, stock index futures fluctuated downward, the main CSI 300 stock index futures contract (IF) fell 0.38%, the main Shanghai 50 stock index futures contract (IH) fell 0.41%, and the main contract fell. of the CSI 500 stock index futures (IC) fell 0.41% 0.89%, the main China Securities 1000 stock index futures contract (IM) fell 1.54%.

On 19 September, the broader market fluctuated weakly after opening low throughout the day, and all three major indexes fell slightly. On the disc, consumer stocks bucked the trend and were active, with tourism, hotels, beer and other sectors leading the gains.Guilin TourismHuatian HotelLanzhou Yellow RiverHuiquan beerWait for the limit. Car and vehicle stocks varied and strengthened,Yaxing Busdaily limit,Celisrose more than 5%. Changes in industrial mother machine concept stocks,East China Heavy MachineryEast China CNCdaily limit. Overall, market hotspots are more cluttered and limited in intensity. On the downside, software stocks active on Friday adjusted in tandem,Sun yardLimit down. The medical and beauty sector plummeted,Bio FlowersAmichas decreased by more than 10%. Overall, stocks fell more and rose less, with more than 3,600 stocks in both cities falling. The turnover of the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets was 665.3 billion today, a decrease of 134.1 billion compared to the previous trading day, and the turnover hits a new low for the year. In terms of sectors, sectors such as tourism hotels, beer, automobiles, and industrial support machinery were among the biggest gainers, while sectors such as cryptocurrency, cloud gaming, network security, and beauty care saw the biggest declines. At the end, the Shanghai Composite Index fell 0.35%, the Shenzhen Component Index fell 0.48%, and the ChiNext Index fell 0.72%.

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