Shanghai Composite (SSEC)

Shanghai
3,062.15
+17.09(+0.56%)
  • Open:
    3,067.47
  • Day's Range:
    3,061.29 - 3,076.76
  • 52 wk Range:
    2,863.65 - 3,708.94

Shanghai Overview

Prev. Close
3,045.07
Volume
92,771
Day's Range
3,061.29-3,076.76
Open
3,067.47
Average Volume (3m)
29,358,744,893
52 wk Range
2,863.65-3,708.94
1-Year Change
-14.9%
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Shanghai Composite Analysis

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Top Gainers

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Top Losers

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27.93-2.77-9.02%
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4.42-0.26-5.56%

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