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Stock Connect Roundup: Mixed Performance in A-shares Market
SH-HK northbound turnover went down 6% to RMB4.1bn with 47% buy trades. SZ-HK northbound turnover went up 5% to RMB4.1bn with 53% buy trades. Mixed performance was shown today in the A-shares market today. SHCOMP went up 0.10 % to 3290.23, SICOM went down 0.33% to 10,653.98, and CSI 300 went up 0.30% at 3,752.30. Ceramic Industry was one of the best performing sectors, +1.05%. Oil industry was the worst performing sector, -1.72%. The most active stocks in northbound SH-HK and SZ-HK were Kweichow Moutai [600519:CH] at -0.51% and Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology [002415:CH] at +0.81%.
MEP, CSRC Regulating Information Disclosure
Ministry Of Environment Protection (MEP) and CSRC are probing into listed companies’ disclosure of environmental information, in order to let the public better assess companies’ environmental risks, said Cnstock on August 22. 160 out of over 3000 A-share listed firms are subject to MEP’s close scrutiny, and roughly 90% of them have made environmental disclosures; but there are firms that made disclosures selectively and inadequately, and MEP will further deal with such irregularities.
Smartisan Phone to Use Alibaba’s YunOS System
The mainland smartphone startup, Smartisan, has decided to choose Alibaba’s YunOS System as the company’s operating system, according to TechWeb on August 22. Luo Yonghao, the founder of Smartisan, already confirmed this new via his social media account. However, it still remains unknown which Smartisan phone will be powered by YunOS.
COFCO’s E-commerce Unit Plans Hong Kong Listing
State-owned food conglomerate COFCO’s e-commerce subsidiary Womai.com has filed its IPO prospectus to HNEx, according to Sina on August 22. Womai sells premium food & beverages and groceries. In 2016, the subsidiary posted 58% growth in annual revenue, and narrowed net loss to RMB887m from RMB978m in 2016. For the first half of 2017, Womai’s revenues grew 37.4% YoY, but its bi-annual net loss widened from RMB578m to RMB839m.
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