U.S. stocks have blown one after another. Do Chinese stocks such as iQiyi, B Station, and Sohu resist the decline?
As pneumonia swept across, listing in the United States seemed to have become a "trend" in China's capital market, especially the Internet and entertainment industry, which had profit problems. The reason is that U.S. stocks look at the long-term. There is no A-share profit requirement. It depends on whether the company's prospects are paid by investors. From the perspective of stock prices, except for China Express, Vipshop, and other e-commerce logistics areas that have bucked the trend and rose, the market value has plummeted in the US stock market meltdown.