• name
  • Related Links
  • H share code
  • Current price (HKD)
  • A share code
  • Current price (RMB)
  • Price (A/H)
  • Premium (A/H)
  • Code
  • name
  • Related Links
  • Latest Price (HK$)
  • Quote change
  • Change
  • Volume (shares)
  • Turnover (HK$)
  • Code
  • name
  • Related Links
  • Latest Price (HK$)
  • Quote change
  • Change
  • Volume (shares)
  • Turnover (HK$)
  • name
  • Investment Bank Name
  • Ratings
  • Target price
  • Great Wall Motor
  • Bank of Communications International Securities Co., Ltd.
  • Buy
  • 10.25
  • Shanghai Electric
  • Guotai Junan Securities (Hong Kong) Limited
  • Increase holdings
  • 3.56
  • Longyuan Power
  • Bank of Communications International Securities Co., Ltd.
  • Buy
  • 8.66
  • name
  • Hong Kong stock code
  • ADR code
  • Closing price (USD)

Consumer price index

  • name
  • IPO price
  • Fundraising amount
  • Listing date
  • name
  • Average repurchase price
  • Repurchase amount (shares)
  • date
  • name
  • Shortage quantity (shares)
  • Hollow amount
  • The proportion of transactions
  • Hong Kong stock name
  • mechanism
  • Increase or decrease
  • Change time
  • Kaifu Energy
  • Triumph Energy Group Limited
  • Increase holdings
  • 2018-05-07
  • Kaifu Energy
  • Golden Nova Holdings Limited
  • Increase holdings
  • 2018-05-07
  • Kaifu Energy
  • Hoifu Group Investment Holdings Limited
  • Reduction
  • 2018-05-07

Hong Kong stocks buying calculation

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  • The proportion of transactions

A total of 5354 warrants, with a total turnover of 19.95 billion Hong Kong dollars

  • Warrant distribution
  • Related stocks
  • Number of rounds
  • Total turnover
  • The proportion of transactions
  • Code
  • name
  • Latest price
  • Quote change
  • Volume
  • Turnover
  • Related stocks
  • 20380
  • China Petroleum Goldman Sachs Eighth Purchase D
  • 0.046
  • 283.33%
  • 10,550,000
  • 331,000
  • China Petroleum Shares
  • 12290
  • New Limai Silver Eighty-five Purchase A
  • 0.239
  • 177.91%
  • 1.80 million
  • 4635
  • Samsonite
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  • Warranty knowledge
  • Shanghai-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect

Many types of trading on the Hong Kong stock market

                                                In addition to stocks, stock index futures, funds, and warrants, the trading stocks in the Hong Kong stock market also have various derivatives such as high-yield notes, stock short selling, options, and equity-linked notes, and can carry out margin account (overdraft) trading. .

                                                The Hong Kong stock market is divided into the main board market and the GEM market. According to the market concept classification, Hong Kong stocks can be divided into blue chips, red chips and state-owned enterprises. Blue-chip stocks refer to stocks with a long history, robust performance, and large market capitalization in the Hong Kong stock market. Red-chip stocks are those stocks with Mainland China concept registered overseas and listed in Hong Kong; state-owned stocks are also known as H shares, which are within the territory of China. The company listed shares in Hong Kong.