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HK50: Low short continued to fall

2022-09-23
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Basic analysis:


Hong Kong Hang Seng Index closed down 296.67 points, or 1.61%, at 18147.95 on September 22 (Thursday); The US Federal Reserve raised interest rates by 75 basis points, triggering a global "interest rate hike", and the risk market fell sharply. The three major indexes of Hong Kong stocks fell again, with the Hang Seng Index falling 1.61%, falling below 18000 points in the day and hitting a new 11 year low. The National Index and Hang Seng Science and Technology Index fell 1.14% and 1.7% respectively, both of which have refreshed and adjusted their low prices. Science and technology stocks, the market bellwether, fell collectively, and the capital from the south bucked the trend, with a net inflow of HK $4.235 billion and a turnover of HK $85.1 billion in the market.



Hang Seng Index HK50 4 Hour Chart




Technical analysis:


The 4-hour chart shows that the market opened at a low level and moved towards a low level. The short-term decline may continue, and there is a tendency to continue to dip. The MACD indicator is in the short position area and remains in the weak position area, while the RSI indicator is in the short position area;


Empty turning point: 18242


Pressing position: 18467, 18690


Support position: 17896, 17678


Trading strategy: 18242 lower bearish, target 17896, 17678


Alternative strategy: 18242 upper bullish, target 18467, 18690

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