China Enterprises Index up 4.4%

21:58, June 21, 2010      

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The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index jumped 511.73 points, or 4.40 percent, to close at 12,134.42 on Monday.

The H-shares index, initiated in August 1994 and readjusted on September 7, 2009, tracks the overall performance of 44 major Chinese mainland state-owned enterprises listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

The Hang Seng China H-Financials Index added 725.87 points, or 4.43 percent, to close at 17,117.96.

The H-Financials Index, initiated on November 27, 2006, readjusted on September 10, 2007, tracks the performance of nine major banks and insurers of the Chinese mainland.

The Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index went up 146. 58 points, or 3.83 percent, to close at 3,976.38.

The index tracks the performance of 34 locally listed companies with a significant equity interest held by entities in the Chinese mainland.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:赵晨雁)

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