Shanghai Stock Exchange

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The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is a stock exchange that is based in the city of Shanghai, China.wikipedia
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Shanghai

Shanghai, ChinaSHAmunicipality of Shanghai
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is a stock exchange that is based in the city of Shanghai, China. The formation of the International Settlement (foreign concession areas) in Shanghai was the result of the Treaty of Nanking of 1842 (which ended the First Opium War) and subsequent agreements between the Chinese and foreign governments were crucial to the development of foreign trade in China and of the foreign community in Shanghai.
It has since re-emerged as a hub for international trade and finance; it is the home of the Shanghai Stock Exchange, one of the world's largest by market capitalization.

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

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Unlike the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the Shanghai Stock Exchange is still not entirely open to foreign investors and often manipulated by the decisions of the central government.
SEHK, is Asia's third-largest stock exchange in terms of market capitalization behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange, and the fourth single largest stock market in the world.

Shenzhen Stock Exchange

ShenzhenShenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE)SZSE
It is one of the two stock exchanges operating independently in the People's Republic of China, the other being the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.
It is one of two stock exchanges operating independently in the People's Republic of China, the other being the larger Shanghai Stock Exchange.

List of stock exchanges

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Shanghai Stock Exchange is the world's 4th largest stock market by market capitalization at US$5.5 trillion.

China Securities Regulatory Commission

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It is a non-profit organization directly administered by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC).
Shanghai Stock Exchange

Stock exchange

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The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) is a stock exchange that is based in the city of Shanghai, China.
The Shenzhen and Shanghai stock exchanges can be characterized as quasi-state institutions insofar as they were created by government bodies in China and their leading personnel are directly appointed by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.

2015–16 Chinese stock market turbulence

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2015 - hight variations on stocks' values, with solid raise in early 2015 followed by -30% fall in June-July.
A third of the value of A-shares on the Shanghai Stock Exchange was lost within one month of the event.

SSE 50 Index

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Other important indexes used in the Shanghai Stock Exchanges include the SSE 50 Index and SSE 180 Index.
SSE 50 Index is the stock index of Shanghai Stock Exchange, representing the top 50 companies by "float-adjusted" capitalization and other criteria.

Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

ICBCIndustrial & Commercial Bank of ChinaICBC (London) plc
2006 - The SSE resumed full operation as the yearlong ban on IPOs was lifted in May. The world's second largest (US$21.9 billion) IPO by the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) was launched in both Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets.
ICBC was simultaneously listed on both the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and Shanghai Stock Exchange on 27 October 2006.

Chinese economic reform

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1978 - Deng Xiaoping emerged as the dominant figure in China's leadership, thus beginning a period of 'opening up' to the rest of the world.
He also reopened the Shanghai Stock Exchange closed by Mao 40 years earlier.

PetroChina

China PetroleumPetroChina Company LimitedPetroChina International
1) PetroChina (1,750.3 billion)
Traded in Hong Kong and New York, the mainland enterprise announced its plans to issue stock in Shanghai in November 2007, and subsequently entered the constituent of SSE 50 Index.

SSE 180 Index

SSE 180
Other important indexes used in the Shanghai Stock Exchanges include the SSE 50 Index and SSE 180 Index.
SSE 180 Index is the stock index of Shanghai Stock Exchange, representing the top 180 companies by "float-adjusted" capitalization and other criteria.

Agricultural Bank of China

ABCAgricultural BankABC International
2010 - Agricultural Bank of China completed the world's largest IPO to date worth US$22.1 billion.
In 2010, A shares and H shares of Agricultural Bank of China were listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange respectively.

Initial public offering

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2001-2005 - A four-year market slump which saw Shanghai's market value halved, after reaching a peak in 2001. A ban on new IPOs was put in April 2005 to curb the slump and allow more than US$200 billion of mostly state-owned equity to be converted to tradable shares.
Since that time, however, China (Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong) has been the leading issuer, raising $73 billion (almost double the amount of money raised on the New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ combined) up to the end of November 2011.

Bank of China

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4) Bank of China (813.0 billion)
2006: BOC's listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on June 1, 2006 was the largest IPO since 2000 and the fourth largest IPO ever, raising some US$9.7 billion in the H-share Global Offering. The Over-Allotment Option was then exercised on June 7, 2006, raising the total value of their IPO to US$11.2 billion. BOC also made a successful IPO in mainland China on July 5, 2006, offering up to 10 billion A-shares on the Shanghai A Stock Exchange for RMB20 billion (US$2.5 billion). BOC also bought Singapore Airlines's stake in Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise, renaming it BOC Aviation in 2007.

CITIC Securities

CITICS Securities
10) Citic Securities (333.5 billion)
On January 6, 2003, CITIC Securities was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE).

China Shenhua Energy

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9) China Shenhua Energy Company (334.6 billion)
On October 9, 2007, China Shenhua Energy listed A share in the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

Market capitalization

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Shanghai Stock Exchange is the world's 4th largest stock market by market capitalization at US$5.5 trillion.

Capital control

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This is due to tight capital account controls exercised by the Chinese mainland authorities.

Mainland China

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This is due to tight capital account controls exercised by the Chinese mainland authorities.

Shanghai International Settlement

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The formation of the International Settlement (foreign concession areas) in Shanghai was the result of the Treaty of Nanking of 1842 (which ended the First Opium War) and subsequent agreements between the Chinese and foreign governments were crucial to the development of foreign trade in China and of the foreign community in Shanghai.

Treaty of Nanking

Treaty of NanjingNankingcession of Hong Kong
The formation of the International Settlement (foreign concession areas) in Shanghai was the result of the Treaty of Nanking of 1842 (which ended the First Opium War) and subsequent agreements between the Chinese and foreign governments were crucial to the development of foreign trade in China and of the foreign community in Shanghai.

First Opium War

FirstOpium WarFirst Anglo-Chinese War
The formation of the International Settlement (foreign concession areas) in Shanghai was the result of the Treaty of Nanking of 1842 (which ended the First Opium War) and subsequent agreements between the Chinese and foreign governments were crucial to the development of foreign trade in China and of the foreign community in Shanghai.

Security (finance)

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The market for securities trading in Shanghai begins in the late 1860s.

Joint-stock company

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The first shares list appeared in June 1866 and by then Shanghai's International Settlement had developed the conditions conducive to the emergence of a share market: several banks, a legal framework for joint-stock companies, and an interest in diversification among the established trading houses (although the trading houses themselves remained partnerships).