• name
  • Related Links
  • H share code
  • Current price (HKD)
  • A share code
  • Current price (RMB)
  • Price comparison (A/H)
  • Premium (A/H)
  • Code
  • name
  • Related Links
  • Latest price (HKD)
  • Quote change
  • Rise and fall
  • Volume (shares)
  • Turnover (HK$)
  • Code
  • name
  • Related Links
  • Latest price (HKD)
  • Quote change
  • Rise and fall
  • Volume (shares)
  • Turnover (HK$)
  • name
  • Investment bank name
  • Rating
  • Target price
  • Ping An
  • Macquarie Capital Corporation
  • Overweight
  • 105.00
  • name
  • Hong Kong stock code
  • ADR code
  • Closing price (USD)

Consumer price index

  • name
  • Offer price
  • Fundraising amount
  • Listing date
  • name
  • Repurchase average price
  • Repurchase quantity (shares)
  • date
  • name
  • Short selling quantity (shares)
  • Shortage amount
  • Turnover ratio
  • Hong Kong stock name
  • mechanism
  • Increase or decrease
  • Change time

Hong Kong stocks buy calculation

Calculation
Calculation
  • Turnover ratio

A total of 4784 rounds, with a total turnover of HK$17.78 billion

  • Warrant distribution
  • Related stock
  • Number of rounds
  • Total turnover
  • Turnover ratio
  • Code
  • name
  • Latest price
  • Quote change
  • Volume
  • Turnover
  • Related stock
  • 24002
  • Haitong Ruixin Jiuyi purchase A
  • 0.750
  • 7400.00%
  • 238,000
  • 19.1 million
  • Haitong Securities
  • 23957
  • Geely Goldman Supreme Buy 1
  • 0.265
  • 2550.00%
  • 620,000
  • 17.3 million
  • Geely Automobile
  • 24447
  • HSBC Faba 94 buys B
  • 0.265
  • 2550.00%
  • 1000000
  • 269,000
  • HSBC Holdings
  • 23647
  • Jinsha Ruitong Jiuyi purchase A
  • 0.330
  • 2100.00%
  • 1.73 million
  • 597,000
  • Sands China Ltd.
  • Hong Kong stock knowledge
  • Warrant knowledge
  • Shanghai and Shenzhen Port Knowledge

There are many types of transactions in the Hong Kong stock market.

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

                                                The Hong Kong stock market has a main board market and a GEM market. According to the market concept, Hong Kong stocks can be divided into blue chips, red chips, and state-owned shares. Blue-chip stocks generally refer to stocks with a long history, strong performance and large market capitalization in Hong Kong stock market; red-chip stocks refer to stocks with Chinese mainland concepts registered overseas and listed in Hong Kong; state-owned shares, also known as H-shares, are within China The company's shares listed in Hong Kong.