Trading on the stock exchanges of China opened in the red ahead of OPEC meeting

Торги на фондовых биржах Китая открылись в минусе в преддверии встречи ОПЕК

Trading on the stock exchanges in mainland China opened with a fall in major prices ahead of the OPEC meeting in Vienna, Hong Kong were in positive territory, according to the auction.

By 9:30 (4:30 GMT) local time, the key index of Shanghai stock exchange Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.33% and amounted to 3272,14 points, Shenzhen Shenzhen Composite Index fell 0,28% to 2106,57 points.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose by 0.36% to 22818,02 points.

On the upcoming Wednesday’s OPEC meeting in Vienna, the cartel may make a final decision on the agreement on the limitation of oil production. In late September, OPEC agreed to limit production in the range of 32.5-33 million barrels of oil per day, but on specific limits for each of the countries of the organization while there is no agreement.