H-Shares

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H-Shares

Shares in Chinese companies that trade on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. H-shares are denominated in Hong Kong dollars and allow companies incorporated in the People's Republic of China to have access to capital from Hong Kong. H-Shares are subject to Chinese regulations and are included on the Hang Seng index.
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The H-share index, which includes mainland-based companies with listings in Hong Kong as well, skidded nearly 5%, and the Hang Seng Index fell 3.
Shandong International Trust Co Limited (SITCO) has launched a H-share initial public offering (IPO) in Hong Kong, the Shanghai Daily reported citing a filing from Luxin Venture Capital Group Co, one of SITCO's shareholders.
In H-share market, benchmarking against ICBC's ordinary H-share price at the end of 2015, the dividend yield ratio was 5.
a China A-share and H-share listed securities company, and serves as an important direct investment platform of the group.
It is said that he made the announcement due to the sluggishness in the H-share market, and going back to the A-share market will lead to a significant appreciation in valuation.
AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA The Bloomberg Intelligence China H-Share Institutional Broke index, which tracks seven Chinese brokerages listed in Hong Kong, also fell 4.
H-share conversion upon the occurrence of a trigger event.
7 percent on the quarter while the H-share index climbed 2.
Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index was little changed, while the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, also known as the H-share index, fell 0.
Short selling in its H-share listing exceeded 10% of its turnover in the six sessions prior to Tuesday, peaking at 15.
Meanwhile, analysis of intraday trading by Chong and Su (2006) from July 2 to November 30, 2003 provides little evidence of comovement in companies' A- and H-share prices, seemingly confirming Wang and Jiang's (2004) earlier conclusion that the mainland China and Hong Kong stock markets are segmented.
The China Enterprises Index of the top Chinese listings in Hong Kong, also known as the H-share index, climbed 1 per cent on Friday, but was down 0.