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2023.12.04 04:23
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"Half-day Summary" Hang Seng Index fell 101 points, EVERGRANDE rose more than 13%, gold mining stocks rose

The Hang Seng Index fell 101 points today, closing at 16,729 points, a decrease of 0.6%. Gold mining stocks, such as Zijin Mining, Lingbao Gold, and China Gold International, saw significant gains. Wuxi Bio's stock price dropped by 23.8% due to the impact on revenue and profit. In the technology sector, Tencent rose by 0.2%, while Alibaba fell by nearly 1%. Evergrande rose by 13.5% today, and the liquidation hearing has been postponed to January 29th. Other stocks had relatively small fluctuations in their prices.

The Hang Seng Index opened 88 points higher following the periphery today (4th), but then fell back repeatedly, falling 116 points to 16,713 points, another low of more than a year, closing at 16,729 points at noon, down 101 points or 0.6 percent. The national index fell 35 points or 0.6 percent to 5,726. Hang Seng Technology Index fell 51 points or 1.3 percent to 3,779. The total turnover in the market in half a day is 61.741 billion yuan. Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong through the south trading half-day net inflow of 0.787 billion and 19.2 million yuan. The quarterly inspection of the Hang Seng Index will take effect today. Ideal (02015.HK) and WuXi AppTec (02359.HK) both opened lower on the first day of blue dyeing, down 3.6 per cent and 6.8 per cent respectively in half a day. Pharmaceutical Ming Bio (02269.HK) fell 23.8 midway suspension, the company held a business update meeting today, revealing that the drug development business and production side of the expected impact on revenue and profit, expected this year's gross margin and growth rate is challenging. Looking forward to the Federal Reserve's interest rate cut next year, gold prices hit a new high and gold mining stock Zijin (02899.HK) rose 4.3 per cent, making it the best performing blue chip. Lingbao Gold (03330.HK) rose 8.5 percent. China Gold International (02099.HK) rose 6.2 percent. Zhaojin Mining (01818.HK) and Shandong Gold (01787.HK) rose 3.9 and 2.5, respectively. In technology stocks, Tencent (00700.HK) rose 0.2 percent. Ali (09988.HK) fell nearly 1%, the group's Ali network restructuring, Hangzhou Yuyue took over the listed company's equity. It was reported that the management of Meituan (03690.HK) changed significantly, adjusting several core business leaders, and the share price fell 1.6 percent. Lenovo (00992.HK) rose 3.3 percent. Bilibili (09626.HK) and millet (01810.HK) rose 1.8 percent and 0.8 percent. Netease (09999.HK) fell 4.2 percent. Fast hands (01024.HK) fell 3.8 per cent. Jingdong (09618.HK) and Baidu (09888.HK) fell more than 1%. Evergrande (03333.HK) rose 13.5 in half a day. Its liquidation hearing was postponed to January 29. The company also clarified that there was no actual basis for the report that it had never made profits. As for other domestic housing stocks, it was reported that many mainland commercial banks have not received relevant documents on the white list at present, and Xuhui (00884.HK) fell 5.1. Baolong Property (01238.HK) fell 4.2 percent. Longhu (00960.HK), Agile (03383.HK), Country Garden (02007.HK) and Sino-Ocean (03377.HK) each fell 1.3 per cent to 3.8 per cent. Chuanlongguang (03380.HK) plans to seek further postponement of the winding-up petition hearing, with shares falling 1.4 per cent. Contemporary Real Estate (01107.HK) rose 12.7 per cent. Car stock Xiaopeng (09868.HK) delivered another 20,000 vehicles in November, up 245 percent and shares down 2.4 percent. It is reported that Weilai (09866.HK) has obtained the qualification of independent car building, and the relevant news will be announced by the official as soon as today. The stock price fell 1.6. BYD's (01211.HK) sales of new energy vehicles rose 31 per cent year-on-year to more than 300000 in November, with shares rising 0.4 per cent. Geely (00175.HK) fell 0.1 percent, with the company selling 200000 vehicles in November, up 38% year-on-year. Local property stocks were steady, with Changshi (01113.HK) up 1.9 per cent and Cheung Kong Infrastructure (01038.HK) up 2.4 per cent. Wharf Properties (01997.HK) rose 1.4 percent. Xindi (00016.HK), Xinyi (00083.HK) and Hengdi (00012.HK) rose 0.4 to 0.9 per cent. In heavy financial stocks, Huikong (00005.HK) rose 1%. HKEx (00388.HK) fell 1.4 percent. AIA (01299.HK) fell 0.5 percent. (jl/w)