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Hong Kong Stocks

China Stock Market

        September 26, 1986, is an important day for China's capital market. The opening of Jing'an Securities Business, the first securities trading counter in China, marks the beginning of stock trading in New China.

        In March 1990, the government allowed Shanghai and Shenzhen to pilot public issuance of stocks, and the two places promulgated the management measures for issuance and trading of stocks respectively.

        On December 1, 1990, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange opened on a trial basis.

        On December 19, 1990, the Shanghai Stock Exchange was established.

        In May 1992, the Standard Opinions of Joint Stock Companies and 13 supporting documents were issued, which clearly stipulated that in China's securities market, the state share, legal person share, public share and foreign capital share coexist.

 Trading time

        From Monday to Friday, when all three markets in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong are open:

        1.Collective bidding, 9:15-9:25in the morning,

        2. Continuous bidding, 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 13:00-15:00 p.m. (14:57 p.m. collective bidding)

Quotation Unit

        Stocks: Minimum Unit 0.01 RMB

        Unit : calculated by hand, 100 shares per hand

T+1 liquidation

        1. Stocks bought on the same day may not be sold on the same day .

        2. The funds obtained by selling shares on the same day may not be transferred on the same day, but may be traded again .

Rise and fall limits

         Ordinary: 10% (ST 5%)

Hong Kong Stock

        Hong Kong Exchange (HKEX): The establishment of Hong Kong Brokerage Association in 1891 marked the emergence of a formal securities trading market in Hong Kong. By the end of October 2017, 1943 listed companies with a total market value of HK$25.4 trillion were listed, with an average turnover of HK$60.9 billion per day in October. The top three industries with the highest market value were financial industry, real estate construction industry and consumer goods manufacturing industry, among which the number of mainland enterprises accounted for the proportion. More than 60% and more than 70% of the transaction amount. Hong Kong is currently the world's largest financing market and derivatives trading market, with a financing scale of HK$194.7 billion in 2016, and derivatives trading volume ranks first.

Varieties of Hong Kong Stock Exchange

        (1)Blue Chip Shares:The common characteristics of such shares are industry representativeness, high circulation, good financial situation, stable profit and fixed dividend. At present, the fixed number of blue chips is 33.

        (2) Red Chip Stock: Generally speaking, it refers to a company controlled directly by a Chinese-funded enterprise or 35% of its shares are controlled by a Chinese-funded enterprise. Its main feature is the concept of capital injection and restructuring, because most of the parent companies of these companies have strong assets in the mainland.

        (3) State-owned enterprise shares: State-owned enterprise shares (H shares) refer to the state-owned enterprises that have been approved by the CSRC and listed in Hong Kong.

        (4) Immortal stocks: It is generally believed that stocks trading below HK$1 are called immortal stocks.

Trading time of Hong Kong stocks

        The first four periods of opening: bidding period: 09:00-09:15 end

        Pre-session: 09:15-09:20 End

        Dial-to-Dial Time: 09:20-09:28 End

        Pause period: 09:28-09:30 end

        Morning Market: 09:30-12:00

         Afternoon market: 13:00-16:00

        Closing bidding period: 16:00-16:08 and 16:00-16:10 between random closing


        The markets are closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in Hong Kong;

        There is no afternoon trading on Christmas Eve, New Year's Eve or Lunar New Year's Eve.

The Advantages of Investing in Hong Kong Stocks

        (1) More mature market, high dividend after more than 100 years of development, has built a highly strict and standardized regulatory legal system, making it one of the most efficient, fair and mature securities markets in the world, high-quality companies pay more attention to high dividend .

        (2) There are abundant investment varieties

There are more than 1900 stocks, more than 5000 warrants and a large number of public funds and bonds in the Hong Kong stock market. There are abundant kinds of investable stocks and investors have ample choice space .

        (3) Compared with the domestic 1%-5% winning rate, the winning rate of Hong Kong shares is much higher, reaching an average of 10%, and securities companies can also provide 1:9 new allotment .

        (4) A-H shares have a huge price difference. Hong Kong stock prices are usually lower than A shares. In view of the principle of equal rights, the average discount is nearly 50%. There is room for arbitrage 

        (5) T + 0 Day Turn Trading

Investors who buy stocks on the same day can close their positions immediately and reduce losses if they find the wrong direction.

        (6) There is no limit on the rise and fall, and there are opportunities to make windfall profits. There are many fairy stocks in Hong Kong stock market. These stocks are not usually paid attention to, but they often create miracles .

        (7) There are many well-known leading companies in Hong Kong stock market that can not be purchased domestically, such as Changjiang Industry, Hutchison Whampoa (chairman is Li Jiacheng), Tencent Holdings, HSBC Holdings, Jinsha China, Galaxy Entertainment, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Merchants Bureau International, etc. These well-known companies have a steady business style, continuous growth in performance and good stock price performance every year

        (8) As Hong Kong adopts a dollar-linked exchange rate system, it can effectively avoid the risk of RMB devaluation