(Yicai Global) Nov. 16 -- After retreating for straight two days, China's Stock Markets again opened lower this morning following a brief rally that saw all indexes edging up in early trading.
The Shanghai Composite Index strained to stay over 3,400 points yesterday, with a 0.79 percent dip at the close, while the other two main indexes both dropped more than 1 percent.
After opening 0.27 percent lower, the Shanghai Composite Index recouped its losses, brightening 0.09 percent to 3,405.71 points at 10:10 a.m.
The Shenzhen Component Index also tipped up 0.49 percent to 11,518.23 points after opening 0.17 percent down. The Growth Enterprise Index, mostly comprising small-cap companies, rose 0.42 percent to 1,875.92 points after shedding 0.13 percent at the open.