In the PM session, market started to decrease. Till market end, Electronic and Medical led the gain. Construction Material and Customer Service led the fall. In total, both markets traded 641.07 billion RMB, up 8.78%.
|Open||Close||% Change||(bn yuan)|
|Sector||Top 1||Led by||Top 2||Led by|
|Downward-leading||Construction Material||000786||Customer Service||000524|
*Sohu to Take Nasdaq-Listed Gaming Firm Changyou Private
Sohu has filed with the Registrar of Companies of the Cayman Islands to acquire all of Changyou’s outstanding shares that it does not already beneficially own through a merger plan. Plans for the merger were first announced in January and Sohu is already a majority shareholder of Changyou.
*First China-Europe freight train from Wuhan arrives in Germany since COVID-19 outbreak
It was the first China-Europe freight train from Wuhan after the city was placed under lockdown for almost 11 weeks from January due to the COVID-19 outbreak, marking the resumption of China-Europe freight services in Wuhan.
*China’s pork prices continue to retreat.
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