Today, the three major indexes opened lower. In the early morning, the size of the index was divided. The Shenzhen Composite Index and the gem index fell about 1% for a time, and then went down and picked up. The Shanghai index was in a narrow range, and rose slightly near midday. The market is short of emotional depression, most of the plate is low, and digital money, medical beauty, electronics, Hong Meng and other sectors are weakening, banks, brokerages, Baijiu and other weight plates are supporting. In the afternoon, northward capital continued to flow in, and the three major indexes continued to strengthen, with the Shanghai index and the gem index rising by more than 1%. The lithium battery sector continued to pick up, while banks, insurance and other heavyweights continued to pull up, with Shanghai Stock Exchange 50 up more than 2%. Rare earth, steel, nonferrous metals, Baijiu and other plates are strong. On the whole, the market sentiment recovered, but there are still more than 2800 stocks falling in the two cities. On the disk, steel, banks, Baijiu and other sectors are among the top gainers, and seed industry, electronics manufacturing and digital currency are among the top ones.
By the end of the day, the Shanghai index was up 1.02% to 3564.59, the Shenzhen composite index was up 0.75% to 15169.33, and the gem index was up 1.40% to 3537.39. The turnover of Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets exceeded 1 trillion yuan for the 11th consecutive trading day.
In terms of gold absorption, the unilateral net purchase of northward funds was 12.398 billion yuan, a new high since June 25; On the last trading day, BEIXIANG capital sold 10.8 billion yuan.
1. In the first half of the year, China’s GDP grew by 12.7% year on year
The National Bureau of Statistics announced on the 15th that the gross domestic product in the first half of the year was 53216.7 billion yuan, an increase of 12.7% year-on-year at comparable prices, 5.6 percentage points lower than that in the first quarter; The average growth rate in two years was 5.3%, 0.3 percentage point faster than that in the first quarter. China’s GDP in the second quarter grew by 7.9% year-on-year, expected to grow by 8% and the previous value by 18.3%.