Shanghai Stock Exchange


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Shanghai Stock Exchange

One of two major securities markets in China.
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Declarations of the nominators of the Independent Directors and candidates of the Independent Directors have been disclosed on the website of the Shanghai Stock Exchange (http://www.
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) was founded on 26 November 1990 and went into operation on 19 December in the same year.
This paper extends this line of research into the Chinese stock market, which has experienced significant growth since the Shanghai Stock Exchange opened on Dec.
Second, we investigate the contemporaneous and causality relationship among stock returns, volatility, and trading volume at the Shanghai and Shenzhen Stock Exchanges over the period from the beginning of these markets (from December 1990 for the Shanghai Stock Exchange and from April 1991 for the Shenzhen Stock Exchange) to June 1999.
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Shanghai Stock Exchange President Mr.
Today Commerzbank announced the launch and listing of a new ETF, in partnership with BOC International, the Bank of China International (BOCI) Commerzbank Shanghai Stock Exchange 50 A Share Index UCITS ETF and the cross listing of the Commerzbank CCBI RQFII Money Market UCITS ETF, in partnership with China Construction Bank International, both of which have been listed on the China Europe International Exchange (CEINEX).
The Company's A shares were listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange on November 5, 1997.
A joint stock limited company incorporated in the People's Republic of China with limited liability) (Stock code: 0576) DEEMED DISPOSAL OF INTEREST IN SUBSIDIARY IN RELATION TO PROPOSED SPIN-OFF AND SEPARATE LISTING OF SPINCO ON THE SHANGHAI STOCK EXCHANGE
37 on its debut on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, up 8.
City government is supporting the Shanghai Stock Exchange effort to attract overseas companies to float shares on the local bourse, Shanghai Daily reported on Thursday, citing Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng.
Taipei, July 9, 2009 (CENS) -- The financial committee of the Taiwan's Legislative Yuan (Parliament) recently visited China's Shanghai Stock Exchange to talk about mutual listing of ETFs (exchange traded funds) and DRs (depository receipts) across the Taiwan Strait.
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