(Yicai Global) June 14 -- China's three benchmark indexes continued to fall in the afternoon session. More than 3,000 stocks closed lower.
The Shanghai Composite Index closed 0.99 percent lower at 2,882, while the Shenzhen Component Index was down 1.58 percent at 8,810 and the ChiNext Price Index, which tracks growth enterprises in Shenzhen, ended 1.75 percent lower at 1,454.
Stock covering almost all sectors closed lower while gold stocks led gains due to spot gold prices soaring over USD1350 per ounce, a 14-month high.
Northbound funds from Hong Kong to China's mainland reported a net outflow of CNY1.64 billion today, ending continuous net inflows of eight days and the first net outflow since June.
Editor: William Clegg