Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan have Revealed the Roadmap for Foreign Investors

Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch International Co., Ltd., JPMorgan Chase Bank, and Citigroup Global Markets and other well-known institutions exposed their big moves in the first quarter, and 18 shares were jointly increased by 3 or more foreign institutions.

The number of non-agricultural employment in the United States increased by 266,000 in April, which is estimated to increase by 1 million. The previous value increased by 916,000. The US unemployment rate in April was 6.1%, which was estimated at 5.8%, compared with the previous value of 6%. US manufacturing jobs fell by 18,000 in April, which is estimated to increase by 55,000.

Every move of foreign institutions affects the direction of market funds, especially well-known institutions such as Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch International Co., Ltd., JPMorgan Chase Bank, and Citigroup Global Markets.

According to the statistics, the French and Commercial Bank of Societe Generale held a major position of 60 stocks in the first quarter of this year. At the end of last year, it only held 20 stocks. The number of major stocks increased significantly.

Merrill Lynch Securities International Co., Ltd. has a major position in 17 stocks in the first quarter of this year, an increase of 6 stocks from the end of last year, and the market value of its holdings increased by 1.253 billion yuan. At the end of the first quarter, the institution newly promoted Shuanghuan Transmission, Zhongtian Hardcover, SuperMap Software, Huitian New Materials, Toujing Life, Ruifeng New Materials, Qianhe Weiye and Milkewei’s top ten tradable shareholders, and withdrew from the ice wheel environment And Inspur Information’s top ten tradable shareholders list.

Among the institutions that have increased the number of stocks, Goldman Sachs Group (Gaohua-HSBC-GOLDMAN, SACHS&CO.LLC) has the largest change in the market value of its holdings, and the market value of its holdings increased by 3.544 billion yuan. An increase of 0.22 percentage points.