Baotuan stocks collectively fell faint

Today, the market opened higher and went down unilaterally. The ChiNext index fell 5%, and the Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 fell 3.47%. The stocks showed a general decline. More than 3,000 shares closed down, and more than 60 stocks fell more than 9%. Kweichow Moutai fell below the 2,000 yuan mark today, and stocks of previous institutions such as Longji, Tongwei, Gujing Gongjiu, Tigermed, BYD continued to fall.

After 5 ETFs were listed on Friday, the market today ushered in the listing of 4 new ETFs, namely Cathay Pacific CSI Livestock Breeding ETF, Huabao CSI Subdivision Chemical Industry Theme ETF, and CCB CSI Subdivision Non-ferrous Metals The industry-themed ETF and the Huatai Bairui China Securities Rare Earth Industry ETF have fallen by 3.33%, 2.71%, 2.52% and 1.93% respectively as of the close due to market adjustments, but the declines are both smaller than the Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 Index.

It is worth noting that the recently newly listed ETFs have avoided the previously popular liquor, new energy and consumption industries.

Baotuan stocks collectively fell faint

Cathay Pacific China Securities Livestock Farming ETF

(Trading code: 159865; on-site abbreviation: breeding ETF)

 

The fund shares of the breeding ETF this time are 513 million. As of March 1, 2021, bank deposits and settlement reserves account for 100% of the fund’s total assets as of March 1, 2021.

 

The tracking subject of the breeding ETF is the China Securities Livestock Breeding Index (index code: 930707). The index is based on December 31, 2011, and is based on 1,000 points. As of March 5, the latest closing price was 3777.82 points, nearly The index has risen 2.75% in three months.

Public information shows that the CSI Livestock Breeding Index selects stocks of listed companies involved in livestock and poultry feed, livestock and poultry drugs, and livestock and poultry breeding from the Shanghai and Shenzhen A shares as sample stocks to reflect the overall performance of the stocks of listed companies related to livestock breeding.

 

It is worth noting that there are currently 2 ETFs tracking the China Securities Livestock Breeding Index. The largest is the breeding ETF, with a share of 513 million shares and a scale of 509 million yuan.

Huabao CSI Subdivided Chemical Industry Theme ETF

(Trading code: 516020; on-site abbreviation: chemical ETF)

 

The chemical ETF listed and traded the fund shares of 1.097 billion shares. As of March 1, 2021, the proportion of stocks in the fund’s asset portfolio to the total assets of the fund was 18.19%.

Among the top ten heavyweight stocks, Wanhua Chemical accounted for 3.64% of the net worth; judging from the gains and losses in the past three months, the top ten heavyweight stocks all achieved gains, and eight of them achieved double-digit growth. , Hengli Petrochemical and Wanhua Chemical rose 50.52%, 40.66% and 31.9% respectively, showing eye-catching performance.

 

The tracking subject of the chemical ETF is the China Securities Subdivision Chemical Industry Thematic Index (index code: 000813). The index uses December 31, 2004 as the base date and 1000 points as the base point. As of March 5, the latest closing price was 4794.57 In the past three months, the index has risen 18.02%.

Public information shows that the China Securities Subdivision Chemical Industry Thematic Index reflects the overall trend of the stocks of subdivided chemical industry companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen. The index selects large-scale and better liquid company stocks from chemical products and other sub-industries. Sample stocks. Among the top ten heavyweights in the index, Wanhua Chemical, Hengli Petrochemical and Rongsheng Petrochemical have weights of 15.58%, 6.25% and 5.58% respectively.

 

It is worth noting that there are currently 2 ETFs tracking the China Securities Subdivision Chemical Industry Theme Index. The largest is the chemical ETF (159870), with a share of 2.251 billion shares and a scale of 2.109 billion yuan.

CCB CSI Subdivides Non-Ferrous Metal Industry Theme ETF

(Trading code: 516680; on-site abbreviation: non-ferrous metals)

 

The non-ferrous metals market shares 260 million fund shares. As of March 1, 2021, the proportion of stocks in the fund’s asset portfolio to the total assets of the fund is 42.57%.

Among the top ten heavyweight stocks, Zijin Mining accounted for 7.08% of net worth, while Ganfeng Lithium, Huayou Cobalt, Luoyang Molybdenum and Northern Rare Earth all accounted for more than 2% of net worth; Among the top ten heavyweight stocks, only Shandong Gold fell, while the remaining 9 stocks realized gains. Shenghe Resources surged 131.78% and successfully doubled.

 

The non-ferrous metals tracking target is the China Securities Subdivision Non-ferrous Metals Industry Theme Index (index code: 000811). The index uses December 31, 2004 as the base date and 1000 points as the base point. As of March 5, the latest closing report 6254.11 points, the index has risen 14.67% in the past three months.

Public information shows that the China Securities Subdivision Non-ferrous Metals Industry Thematic Index reflects the overall trend of the stocks of subdivided non-ferrous industry companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen. The index selects large-scale and better liquidity from sub-sectors such as non-ferrous metals and mining. The company’s stocks constitute sample stocks.

It is worth noting that Non-Ferrous Metals (516680) is the first ETF listed to track the CSI Subdivided Non-Ferrous Metals Industry Thematic Index. Currently on the market, similar indexes are the CSI Shenwan Non-Ferrous Metals Index (000819). There are non-ferrous ETFs. (512400) Realize tracking.

Huatai Bai Rui CSI Rare Earth Industry ETF

(Trading code: 516780; on-site abbreviation: rare earth ETF)

 

The rare earth ETF has 2 billion fund shares in this listing. As of March 1, 2021, the proportion of stocks in the fund’s asset portfolio to the total assets of the fund is 10.68%.

Among the top ten heavy stocks, Goldwind Technology and Xiamen Tungsten both accounted for more than 1% of their net worth; judging from the gains and losses in the past three months, half of the top ten heavy stocks achieved double-digit growth. Xiamen Tungsten has accumulated An increase of 32.32%, an eye-catching performance, while Wolong Electric Drive fell by 15.8%, and the polarization was more serious.

 

The tracking target of the rare earth ETF is the China Securities Rare Earth Industry Index (index code: 930598). The index uses December 31, 2011 as the base date and 1000 points as the base point. As of March 5, the latest closing price was 1686.81 points, nearly The index has risen 21.59% in three months.

Public information shows that the China Securities Rare Earth Industry Index is composed of A-share listed companies whose business scope covers the rare earth industry, and the number of constituent stocks does not exceed 50, reflecting the overall trend of the rare earth industry in A shares.

It is worth noting that the rare earth ETF is the first ETF listed to track the China Securities Rare Earth Industry Index.

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