A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE
A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE

Buying frenzy takes China’s stock market close to US$10 trillion – the ominous milestone that marked the start of the 2015 crash

  • A bigger stock market may bolster the appeal of mainland equities at a time overseas investors have been buying up onshore yuan-denominated assets
  • New listings, rather than existing price moves, will determine when exactly market cap reaches US$10 trillion, says Ken Chen Hao, of Securities

Topic |   China stock market
A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE
A pedestrian bridge displaying stock exchange values in Shanghai. Photo: EPA-EFE
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