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Stock Connect Roundup: A-shares Fall for a Third Consecutive Day
SH-HK northbound turnover decreased 8% to RMB4.0bn, with 52% buy trades. SZ-HK northbound turnover increased 4% to RMB2.4bn, with 52% buy trades. SHCOMP was down 0.36% to 3,241.31, SICOM decreased 0.40% to 10,520.82, and CSI 300 Index fell 0.13% to 3,465.19. On Wednesday, A-shares dropped for the third day in a row as PBoC skipped open market operations as the money market has had a net drain since March 26. Transportation was one of the best performing sectors at +1.13%, while food & beverage was the worst performing -1.55%. The most active stocks in SH-HK and SZ-HK were Kweichow Moutai [600519:CH] +0.88% and Midea Group [000333:CH] -0.44%.
HNA Plans to Raise HKD9.25bn
HNA Holding Group [0521:HK] plans to raise HKD9.25bn through its Hong Kong subsidiary Hong Kong International Construction Investment Management Group [0687:HK]. The subsidiary will issue 4bn new shares, bringing the total outstanding shares to 6bn. The proceeds will be used to pay back company debts, and fund future investment opportunities.
AliCloud Launches Healthcare and Industrial-focused AI Services
Alibaba’s [BABA:US] cloud unit introduced two artificial intelligence (AI) services for healthcare and manufacturing uses—ET Medical Brain and ET Industrial Brain—on March 29. ET Medical Brain can assist patients and doctors in medical imaging, new drug development, health management, and precision medicine. While ET Industrial Brain can help monitor manufacturing process, improve energy efficiency, and predict maintenance needs to enhance output.
UPS Expands China-Europe Delivery Services
UPS [UPS:US] announced on March 28 to add six cities into its Europe-China rail route for full and less-than-container load delivery services. In China, Changsha, Chongqing, Suzhou, and Wuhan were added to the existing Zhengzhou and Chengdu stops. In Europe, German city Duisburg and Polish city Warsaw were added to the existing stops of Hamburg and Polish city Lodz.
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