The A-share index opened sharply lower and the Shanghai index fell nearly 2.5%
The three major A-share indexes opened significantly lower on Monday (March 23), and the Shanghai index fell by 2.48% reported 2677.At 59 points, the Shenzhen Component Index fell 3.16% reported 9828.At 90 points, the ChiNext fell 3.07% reported to 1856.At 30 o’clock, epoxy resin adhesives, semiconductors, securities, UHV, airport nitration and other collective fell.The Nikkei 225 index opened up 0.11% reported to 16570.57 points.Last Friday, Japanese stocks were closed for one day due to the spring equinox.The Korea Composite Index fell nearly 6% to 1,474 at the opening.45 o’clock.The financing surplus of the two cities fell again.As of March 20, the balance of Shanghai Stock Exchange financing was reported to 5734.5.5 billion yuan, a decrease of 33 from the previous trading day.40 trillion; Shenzhen Stock Exchange reported a financial surplus of 4996.4.9 billion yuan, a decrease of 24 from the previous trading day.7.5 billion yuan; the two cities total 10731.4.0 billion, a decrease of 58 from the previous trading day.1.5 billion yuan.The preliminary open market does not carry out reverse repurchase operations, and today no reverse repurchase expires.CITIC Construction Investment Research reported that the market has dropped significantly and released the risks accumulated in the previous period.With the end of the epidemic, the resumption of production and production will accelerate.A-shares will bottom out in the volatility, and the current time point is until the middle of April.Editor Xu Chao proofreading Liu Jun