Stock index futures rose overall, the main Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 stock index futures contract rose 3.39% | Stock Index Futures_Sina Finance_Sina.com



On November 29, 2022, stock index futures rose across the board. The main Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 stock index futures contract (IF) rose 3.39%, the main Shanghai 50 stock index futures contract (IH) rose 4.44%, and the the main CSI 500 stock index futures contract (IC) rose 1.83%, and the main China Securities 1000 stock index futures contract (IM) rose 1.79%.

On November 29, the market opened higher and moved higher throughout the day, and the Shanghai Stock Exchange index recovered 3100 points.SSE 50 indexrose more than 4%. On the disc, real estate stocks were driven by favorable policies to set a daily limit.Vanke ACCCC Real EstateWuyi, ChinaEverbright JiabaoWait for the daily limit of more than 40 shares. Tourism and hotel stocks continued to strengthen in the afternoon,Guilin TourismJiuhua TourismLijiang sharesWait for the daily limit of more than 10 shares. Financial stocks rose collectively,Ping An BankBank of NingboHuaxi Securitiesdaily limit. Pharmaceutical stocks are active again, guided by antigen detection,UnionvilleNovosymDaily limit of 20CM. Overall, individual stocks rose more and fell less, over 4,100 individual stocks rose in both cities, and nearly 100 stocks rose by the daily limit. The turnover of the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets today was 968.1 billion, which was 228.2 billion higher than the previous trading day. In terms of sectors, tourism, antigen detection, real estate, kitchen and bathroom equipment and other sectors led the increase, while China Shipbuilding, composite current collectors, and electric power sectors led the decline. At the end, the Shanghai Index rose 2.31%, the Shenzhen Component Index rose 2.4%, and the ChiNext Index rose 1.78%.

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