Theme stocks poor performance, hot market scattered


January 25, the index early shock low, the Shanghai Composite index once fell below 3500 points integer mark.Shanghai lost 0.73 percent to 3,498.51;Shenzhen Component Index fell 0.56% to 14, 003.59;The Nasdaq fell 0.4 percent to 3,044.19.In general, fund hedge sentiment is heating up, market hot spots are scattered, the operation is difficult, plate stocks were generally down, the earning effect is poor.Industry plate generally low open, electricity, digital currency, prepared vegetables, salt lake lithium and other concepts low open in front.The aerospace sector opened slightly higher, with Dawn Aviation up nearly 5%.Military stocks bucked the trend, Dawn Aviation rose more than 12%, Xinyu Guoke rose more than 7%, Parker New material, Xemc shares rose more than 6%, Sky rocket, Jianglong boat rose more than 5%.Scenic spots and tourism shares fell at the opening, with Qujiang Cultural Travel down nearly 7%, followed by Yunnan Tourism, Lingnan Holdings and Utour Travel.Digital currency concept stocks lower, Shensi Electronics, Huaming intelligence fell more than 10%, Yinzhijie, Qitian Technology, Beijing North, Cuiwei shares fell among the top.Coal concept weakened, Qingdao intermediate fell more than 7%, Haohua Energy, Pingmei shares, Orchids kechuang to follow.Liquor concept continued to go down, Qinghai Spring limit, Shun Xin agriculture, Rainbow shares, Laobai dry wine to fall.On the news, in the third week of January, the national average price of piglets 26.09 yuan/kg, compared with the previous week down 2.6%, down 71.0% year on year.The price of piglets rose in jilin, Liaoning and Henan provinces, and fell in 26 provinces including Tianjin, Chongqing, Anhui, Xinjiang and Jiangsu provinces.The national average price of eggs was 10.97 yuan/kg, down 0.9 percent from the previous week and 3.4 percent year-on-year.The average price of eggs in 10 major producing provinces, including Hebei and Liaoning, was 9.83 yuan/kg, down 1.3 percent from the previous week and 12.4 percent year-on-year.

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