Public funds' holdings of Hong Kong stocks increased by about 190 billion yuan in the first quarter compared with the fourth quarter of last year
Source: Shenzhen business daily [Shenzhen business daily / Du Chuang Xun] (reporter Chen Yanqing) since the beginning of this year, Hong Kong stocks have been significantly stronger than a shares, and the Hang Seng Index has risen by 6% so far this year. After the disclosure of the fund’s first quarterly report, the proportion of Hong Kong stocks in the public offering allocation continued to increase significantly. Data show that in the first quarter, 238 Hong Kong stocks were among the top 10 heavy positions held by public funds, with a total market value of more than 335.3 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of more than 50%. According to the data of CICC, the market value of positions held by all public funds in overseas Chinese stocks in the first quarter was 630 billion yuan, an increase of about 190 billion yuan compared with the fourth quarter of last year. Among them, the proportion of Hong Kong stock allocation of active partial equity funds increased from 10.5% in the fourth quarter of last year to 14.3%. The data also showed that at the end of the first quarter

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