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The July 2017 contract opened 0.89 percent lower at 3,349.2 points. The September 2017 contract opened 0.05 percent lower at 3,315.2 points. The December 2017 contract opened 0.09 percent lower at 3,283.8 points.


The stock-index contracts, agreements to buy or sell the blue-chip Hushen 300 Index at a present value on an agreed date, are designed to allow investors to bet on and profit from either gains or declines in the market.


The index futures were launched at the China Financial Futures Exchange and started trading from April 16, 2010. The CFFEX has set the base value for all the four contracts at 3,399 points.


(This article is generated by Xinhua News Robot.)


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RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) -- The year 2017 was repletewith emotion in South American football as titles were decided indramatic circumstances, tragedies were overcome and World Cupfairytales came true. Xinhua looks at some of the highs and lows ofa year to remember.


BEST COACH


Former Corinthians coach Tite, whose given name is AdenorLeonardo Bacchi, took charge of Brazil in mid-2016 when the teamwas in disarray. The five-time World Cup champions had just beeneliminated from the Copa America without reaching the knockoutstage, prolonging a slump that began with a humiliating 7-1 WorldCup semifinal defeat at home to Germany two years earlier. UnderTite's stewardship, Brazil went on to win nine consecutive WorldCup qualifiers, reclaiming the world No.1 ranking for the firsttime in seven years and becoming the first team (other than hostsRussia) to qualify for football's showpiece tournament next Juneand July. Brazilians are again excited about their national teamand, while the heartache of 2014 will never disappear, there ishope that Russia 2018 might at least bring redemption.


BEST GOAL


Few goals could match the emotion of the one scored by HenryRojas that secured Millonarios their 15th Colombian first divisiontitle earlier this month. Millonarios and their Bogota rivals SantaFe were tied 2-2 on aggregate in the 85th minute of the final'ssecond leg when Rojas sent a thunderous first-time shot into thetop corner from around 30 yards. The strike prompted an almostequally impressive 25-second goal shout from Caracol TV commentatorJavier Fernandez.


BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT


In 1985, Ricardo Gareca scored the goal for Argentina thatdenied Peru a place at the 1986 World Cup. Thirty years later hewas appointed coach of the Blanquirroja, tasked with ending thecountry's World Cup drought that dated back to 1982. He quicklywent about turning South America's perennial underachievers into aformidable unit. Gareca steered Peru to third place at the 2015Copa America and the quarterfinals of the same tournament in2016.


However those achievements paled into insignificance compared tothe events of the past 12 months. Having won just one of theirfirst six World Cup qualifiers in South America's CONMEBOL group,Peru went on a roll - going unbeaten in their last six matches - tosecure an intercontinental playoff berth against New Zealand. Agoalless draw against the All-Whites in Wellington was followed bya 2-0 victory in Lima five days later as Peru's World Cup droughtended and Gareca completed his transformation from villain tonational treasure.


BEST TEAM


Brazil's Gremio earned the mantle of continental champions whenthey defeated Argentine side Lanus 3-1 on aggregate in the CopaLibertadores final. It was the Porto Alegre club's third triumph inSouth America's premier club competition following their titles in1983 and 1995. The result earned the team a place in the FIFA ClubWorld Cup in the United Arab Emirates, where they lost the final toReal Madrid 1-0 earlier this month.


WORST TEAM


Paraguay's Sportivo Trinidense had the poorest record of anyteam in South America's 10 biggest domestic leagues that werecompleted in 2017, with just five wins from 44 matches. A mentionmust also go to Buenos Aires outfit Arsenal de Sarandi, who have sofar registered just one win, two draws and nine losses in thecurrent Argentine Primera Division season, which finishes inMay.


WORST SIGNING


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