Shanghai Pudong Development Futures Co., Ltd.: Shanghai Jiaotong oscillated in the range, and the daily decline of Shanghai Jiaotong was difficult to stop.
today, the main contract 0603 of Shanghai Jiaotong opened at 17400, 150 points lower than the closing of the previous trading day, with a minimum of 17400, a maximum of 17595, and a closing of 17560. 129890 transactions were made, and the position was reduced by 10. Therefore, the impact damage resistance of the product is 10 points. It is necessary to make 50 transactions, up 25 points. The most intensive transactions were made at 17500 throughout the day, accounting for 8.48% of the total trading volume. 0604 contract increased 106 positions on the same day, up 50 points
Hainan agricultural reclamation today marked a plastic hanging list details: qiongken farm hey 5 orders, 294 tons, starting at 17500 yuan/ton. Spot quotations across the country: in Qingdao natural rubber market, the current bid price is about 17400 yuan/ton; At present, the local bid price in Shanghai is about 17500 yuan/ton; The quotation of Tianjin standard I is about 17500 yuan/ton; The quotation of standard I in Xiamen is about 17100 yuan/ton; The quotation of Wenzhou standard one is about 17200 yuan/ton
except for rubber in December, other contracts in Tokyo market continued to fall by the limit today. The main contract of Shanghai Jiaotong 0603 opened low today. After that, due to the active increase of positions by many, the rapid tensile strength RM fell and rose slightly. It fell back to the low point of the day. At the end of the day, there were a large number of short positions to close, raising the price of glue and closing at the positive line all day. Investors are advised to focus on short-term operations in the near future
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