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CITIC: grasp the opportunity of undervaluation of higher education under the policy of the east wind
The higher education sector relies on steady endogenous growth and mergers and acquisitions; the extension flexibility brought by light asset output, and its performance has both high certainty and growth. with the successive introduction of supporting measures for vocational education, the acceleration of for-profit selection and the gradual realization of performance, the confidence and attention of investment in the plate is expected to increase, leading to the repair of the overall valuation. At present, the valuation of the sector is historically low. We suggest that we actively seize the allocation opportunities of the current higher education sector, with emphasis on Hope Education, Chinese Education Holdings, Neusoft Education, livelihood Education and China Xinhua Education. It is suggested to pay attention to Chinese science training, Zhonghui Group, Huaxia audio-visual education. Higher education is consumption.
Afternoon comment on Hong Kong stocks | Hao gambling stocks tumbled collectively, e-cigarette stocks rose, and China Bolton rose more than 13%.
The Hang Seng Index fell 0.52%, the Hang Seng Science and Technology Index fell 0.17%, Meituan fell nearly 8%, Bilibili Inc. and Kuaishou Technology fell more than 3%; the concept of Green Power continued to rise, CGN New Energy and Datang New Energy rose more than 7%, China Longyuan Power Group Corporation rose nearly 4%; Hao gambling stocks tumbled collectively, MGM China and SJM Holdings fell more than 9%, and Wynn Macau fell nearly 9%.
Hong Kong education stocks are strong again, thinking music education is up nearly 17%, hope education and New Oriental Education & Technology Group online are up more than 6%, Huali University is up more than 5%, and Yuhua education is up nearly 2%.
[stock] 01769.HK rose 13.56%
[Caihua News] Thinkle Education (01769.HK) rose 13.56% as of 09:49 to HK $2.68, or HK $0.32, at HK $2.68. 7.55 million shares were traded, involving 18.71 million yuan. (source: FinetAI)
Hong Kong stock Hang Seng Index fell 2.67%, while science and technology stocks fell collectively.
Titanium media reported on November 26th that the Hong Kong stock Hang Seng Index fell 2.67%, the Hang Seng Technology Index fell 3.25%, Internet technology stocks fell collectively, Kuaishou Technology fell more than 8%, and BABA fell more than 4%. Education, aviation, gambling and other sectors showed a weak performance, while thinking and music education fell by more than 12%. Evergrande concept stocks fell, China Evergrande Group fell more than 10%, China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle fell more than 5%, Evergrande Property Services fell nearly 8%.
The education sector of Hong Kong stocks continues to decline.
The education sector of Hong Kong stocks continued to decline, thinking music education fell by more than 11%, Tianli Education fell by more than 8%, New Oriental Education & Technology Group fell by more than 7%, and New Oriental Education & Technology Group fell by more than 6% online.
Afternoon comment on Hong Kong stocks: the Hang Seng Index fell 2.13% in technology stocks, education stocks and inner housing stocks.
By midday's close, the Hang Seng index was down 2.13 per cent at 24213.55, the state-owned enterprises index was down 2.08 per cent and the red chip index was down 1.35 per cent. The Hang Seng Technology Index fell 2.58%, Kuaishou Technology 6.18%, BYD Electronic 4.55%, Meituan 3.94%, Tencent 3.01%, and BABA 2.95%. Education stocks fell, thinking music education fell 10%, New Oriental Education & Technology Group fell 6.85%. Mainland property management stocks fell, Hejing leisurely fell 7.5%, Shimao service fell 4.58%. Inner housing stocks fell, Hexing Pacific fell 5.66%, Green King China fell 6.21%, Shimaoji
[stock] 01769.HK fell 10.37%
[Caihua Social News] Thinkle Education (01769.HK) fell 10.37% as of 10:19 to HK $2.42, or HK $0.28. 21.71 million shares were traded, involving 57.14 million yuan. (source: FinetAI)
The Hang Seng Index closed up 0.22%, led by the technology and pharmaceutical sectors.
According to the Securities Times e Company, the Hang Seng Index closed up 0.22%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index rose 1.05%, led by the technology and pharmaceutical sectors. Education stocks rose higher and fell back, and many stocks, such as thinking about happy education, rose by more than 10%. Semiconductors are active, with BYD Electronic up nearly 7 per cent. E-residence enterprise holding rose nearly 50%, completing the reorganization of the joint venture project with BABA.
The Hang Seng Index closed slightly up 0.22%, and the Hang Seng Technology Index closed up 1.05%.
Titanium media reported on November 25 that the Hong Kong stock Hang Seng Index rose 0.22%, the Hang Seng Technology Index rose 1.05%, education stocks and three-child concept stocks were strong, battery stocks, automobile stocks and gas stocks were weak, thinking music education rose 17%, and Baoshu Group rose more than 13%. Kaisa Group resumed trading and closed up 15%.