The Shanghai index closed down 1.52%, nearly 3200 stocks in the two cities fell

The Shanghai index closed down 1.52%, nearly 3200 stocks in the two cities fell
On March 12, due to the influence of external markets and other factors, the Shanghai and Shenzhen Index fluctuated downward after opening lower, and the Shanghai Index closed down more than 1.5%; the net decrease in northbound funds exceeded 6 billion yuan, and 3,185 stocks in the two cities fell.Agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry and fishery, the pharmaceutical sector led the decline, and the automobile concept rose late.Eventually, the Shanghai index closed down 1.52% reported to 2923.49 points; Shenzhen index closed down by 2.31% reported to 10941.01 points; GEM index closed down by 2.64% reported to 2045.93 points.The net allowance for northbound funds is 60.8.5 billion US dollars, of which, Shanghai Stock Connect decreased by 55.3.3 billion; Shenzhen Stock Connect decreased by 5.2.5 billion.The 5G sector has bottomed out, and the century has been full of profits, Zhongtong Guomai, Guomai Technology, Huamai Technology daily limit.The concept of light stocks rose against the trend, the whole line of the sector was red, Huamai Technology, the expansion of optical cables stopped, FiberHome, and Hengtong Optoelectronics increased.The China Automobile Association recommends the introduction of policies to stimulate consumption potential as soon as possible, including the appropriate increase in the replacement of car signs in restricted areas, and the lifting of restrictions on the purchase of new energy vehicles; the optimization of subsidy policies for new energy vehicles; and the adjustment of small displacement (1.6L or less) The passenger car allocation tax rate and the introduction of a policy to promote consumption in the countryside.Stimulated by the news, automobile stocks moved up late, FAW Xiali straight up and stopped, Zhongtong Bus, Jianghuai Automobile, Lifan shares increased significantly.The Asia-Pacific stock market closed down sharply across the board, and the Korea Composite Index fell 3.87%, reported to 1834.33 points, the lowest since the end of August 2015; the Nikkei 225 index closed down 4.41%, reported to 18559.63 points, refreshing the lowest point since late April 2017; Australia’s ASX200 index fell by 7.9%, reported to 5304.6 points; New Zealand’s NZX50 index fell by 5.33%, reported to 10333.27 o’clock.Editor Xu Chao proofreading Li Ming