Shenzhen Stock Exchange

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Shenzhen Stock Exchange

One of two major securities markets in China.

Shenzhen Stock Exchange

One of the major stock exchanges in the People's Republic of China. Shares in more than 500 companies with a market capitalization of over $225 billion trade on its floor. It is one of the largest stock exchanges in Asia.
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SZSE is committed to developing China's multi-tiered capital market system, serving national economic development and transformation and supporting the national policy of independent innovation.
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To that end, a small and medium-size enterprise block (SMEB) was formed within the main board of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) in 2004.
Shenzhen Securities Information (SZSE Securities Information) and global index provider FTSE Group (FTSE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to facilitate the development and promotion of new indices for the China capital markets.
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Using data for Chinese publicly listed firms from 1992 to 2002 from Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) and Shanghai Stock Exchange (SHE), Lin and Su (2009) find evidence that both Chief Executive Officer (CFO) turnover and CEO compensation are related to firm performance, and the possibility of CEO turnover is related to firm performance for non-state-controlled firms, but not for state-controlled firms.
Established on 1st December 1990, Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) is Chinas multi-tier capital market with 4 markets.
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