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时时彩跟龙

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?Since this year, the domestic A-share market has experienced a relatively large decline. As of February 2, the Shanghai stock index has declined by more than 21%, and the Shenzhen stock index has declined by more than 31%. There are nearly 2111 stocks that have declined by more than 31% in Shanghai and Shenzhen, accounting for more than 51% of all a shares. There ar时时彩跟龙 e many reasons for the decline of the stock market, including domestic macroeconomic factors. China is in the gearshift period of deleveraging and industrial structure adjustment and upgrading, and the economic growth is gradually declining. In terms of external factors, the trade frictions between China and the United States started to escalate at the beginning of the year, which further raised investors' concerns about China's economic difficulties. The exchange rate of RMB against the U.S. dollar continued to depreciate. At the same time, since this year, especially the latest interest rate increase of the Federal Reserve, the U.S. stock market has started a rapid decline since the beginning of 21. Affected by this, the pessimism of domestic stock market has increased, which makes the risk preference of investors decline, and they have been selling stocks. The continuous decline of stock market leads to the risk of equity pledge. In the face of the market's decline, from mid-21st, Yi Gang, President of the people's Bank of China, Liu Shiyu, chairman of the CSRC and Guo Shuqing, chairman of the CBRC, all shouted to the market in hopes of stabilizing market expectations. Later, Liu He, vice premier of the State Council, said in an interview with the media that the adjustment and clearing of the stock market will create good investment opportunities for the long-term and healthy development of the stock market. In addition to shouting, some recent meetings not only highlighted the major difficulties facing China's economy, but also put forward a series of targeted measures.