Market Insights:May 30th, 2024


A-shares opened collectively lower; the Hong Kong stock market opened slightly lower and then gradually rebounded.

Stock Market:

A-share Market: Opened collectively lower, with the Shanghai Composite Index falling by 0.28%, the Shenzhen Component Index by 0.42%, and the ChiNext Index by 0.29%.

Sector Performance:

  • Larger declines in: Real estate, education, precious metals, shipping.
  • Weakened: Lithography machines, smart healthcare, satellite internet, digital currency, semiconductor concept stocks.
  • Strengthened: Photovoltaic glass, virtual power plants, lithium battery sector.

Chinese Concept Stocks: Chinese concept stocks generally fell during the U.S. stock market session, with JiDU Automotive down by 4.5%, XPeng Motors nearly 3%, and Faraday Future plummeting by 62%.

Hong Kong Stock Market: Opened slightly lower and then rebounded. The Hang Seng Index closed at 18,508 points, up 0.17%; the Hang Seng Technology Index reported at 3,796 points, up 0.87%.

Sector Performance:

  • General Rise: Innovative drugs, technology, renewable energy, automotive sectors.
  • Pharmaceutical Stocks: SinoPharm Group rose by more than 3%, Conba Pharma by 4%.
  • Tech Stocks: SMIC and Hua Hong Semiconductor saw gains of more than 3% each.
  • Automotive Stocks: Great Wall Motors and BYD Company Ltd both increased by more than 2%.
  • Tech Stocks: Lenovo Group, NetEase, and Kingsoft Corporation each rose by more than 2%.

U.S. Stock Market: The U.S. stock market was weak, with all three major indices falling, the Dow Jones Industrial Average down by more than 1%, reaching a new low for nearly a month.

Specific Data:

  • The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 411.32 points, or 1.06%, closing at 38,441.54 points.
  • The Nasdaq Composite Index fell by 99.30 points, or 0.58%, to 16,920.58 points.
  • The S&P 500 index fell by 39.09 points, or 0.74%, to 5,266.95 points.

Economic Report

Federal Reserve's Beige Book:

  • Report Content: Since the beginning of April, the economy in most parts of the United States has expanded at a "slight or modest" pace, with consumers resisting price increases.
  • Economic Activity: Most areas reported "slight or moderate" growth in economic activity, with only two areas reporting no change.

Bitcoin Fund

BlackRock's iShares Bitcoin Trust:

  • Status: Became the world's largest bitcoin fund, amassing nearly $20 billion in total assets since its listing in the U.S. at the beginning of the year.
  • Holdings: As of Tuesday, held $19.68 billion in bitcoin, surpassing Grayscale Bitcoin Trust's $19.65 billion; Fidelity Investments' funds were third, with $11 billion in scale.

Commodities Market

Crude Oil and Gold:

  • Brent crude halted its two-day rise, dropping to highs within the month.
  • Gold prices fell to a two-week low.

Non-ferrous Metals:

  • LME Aluminum rose by more than 1%, reaching a new high in nearly two years.
  • LME Copper prices receded.
  • In the Chinese market, the non-ferrous metals and photovoltaic sectors were strong throughout the day, with BYD rising by more than 8%.

Industry Investment

National Integrated Circuit Industry Investment Fund Phase III:

  • Registration and Establishment: Registered capital of 344 billion yuan, surpassing the scale of the previous two phases.
  • Viewpoint of CITIC Securities: This fund focuses on financially supporting the real economy and strengthening patient capital, with optimized entrusted management models and investment periods, aiding long-term industrial development.

Global Grain Market

Gulf of Mexico Corn and Soybean Futures:

  • Although prices have fallen, the basis remains strong, showing the cash market's resistance to price fluctuations.
  • The international competitiveness of U.S. corn and soybeans is showcased through the stability of the basis, with steady spot prices in the U.S. Midwest further reinforcing this trend.


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