A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE
A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Star Market, Xi Jinping’s US$376 billion baby, is poised for Ant Group boost as it turns one

  • The tech stock-heavy Star Market has become Asia’s largest such market by value
  • More than 130 companies have raised 205 billion yuan in capital over the past year, 34 per cent more than originally targeted

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A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE
A display shows stock values in Shanghai. The city’s exchange is launching a Star Market index, which will track the top 50 companies on the board. Photo: EPA-EFE
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