A shares: a news is coming, the market outlook for next week

time:2022-12-02 17:53:13 source:clevelanddrifters.com author:Aerospace stock
A shares: a news is coming, the market outlook for next week

On Friday, the sell-off at the top pressure point escalated, making the strong downward trend come again. The stocks in the two cities generally fell, and more than 4,000 stocks suffered diving. The energy gathered by the bulls at midday has not reduced the risk, and the downward expansion trend is still magnifying. Can it rise next week? A shares: a news is coming, the market outlook for next week! In August, industrial production rebounded, equipment manufacturing grew, and the added value of industrial enterprises above designated size increased year-on-year by over 4% year-on-year. Market sales and service industries continued to recover. A piece of news is coming, the economy continues to recover and develop, and the situation is still very good, which is good for the trend behind the stock market. After the stock index fell before the next week, it is likely to start a downward trend and build a new platform. The yield on the 2-year U.S. Treasury bond hit a 15-year high, and U.S. stocks returned to decline under the continued expectation of aggressive interest rate hikes. In the September meeting next week, the Federal Reserve is likely to raise interest rates by 100 basis points, triggering an escalation of A-share risks, and the downward expansion trend on Friday has not changed. Tourism hotels accelerated, retail stocks fell, and the coal and mining industries plunged. The three major stock indexes all fell by more than 2% yesterday. Northbound funds are still sold, and the Ningde era has been reduced by the second largest overseas fund. From this point of view, the overall environment is already in a time of amplifying the downside worries, and the trend is still not ideal. With the arrival of good news, Guangdong's energy conservation and emission reduction will promote the integrated construction of building photovoltaics and vigorously promote new energy vehicles. The price of superimposed silicon material continues to run at a high price, and some sectors are expected to bottom out and climb after the arrival of good news. Unfortunately, the stock market is currently experiencing a surge in risks. Be wary of most sectors, and still maintain the trend of rising and falling, and continue to consume risks in the near future. The securities sector fell sharply yesterday, as the lowering of institutional transaction costs and the reduction of the burden on market players stimulated vitality, which led to the bad news of the securities sector, which started a sign of a sharp decline. The decline of the securities sector prompted the large sector to ascribe and fall, thus extending the bottoming time of the stock market, making the venting of bearish sentiment not over. This year, 141 funds have cut fees. After the news of the fee reduction this time, it is likely to prompt other funds to cut fees. In August, 6 funds announced to reduce their management fees. If many funds reduce fees later, it is likely to attract funds to accelerate the construction of the stock market. bottom time. Sector overview: Continue to grind the bottom and build a new uptrend. The author believes that although hot topics have surged frequently, unfortunately, the three major stock indexes have not shown signs of exhaustion, resulting in a general downward trend in the sector. The superimposed popular track collapsed across the board, and the rise came to an abrupt end. It is basically determined that the bottom-grinding risk of the sector is still continuing, and many sectors are building a new upward trend. To sum up, the rotation between hot spots and plates lacks the signs of a sustained counter-offensive, which aggravates the trend of sell-off. The high pressure cannot be broken, and the counterattack constructed is immature. The arrival of the iconic Changyin means that there is a risk of continued enlargement of a decline. Next week is likely to first decline and then rise, falling and then sideways to end the trend. The content is for reference only and does not constitute investment advice. Thank you for the little thumb below!

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