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Hang Seng launches China A shares Index

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Hang Seng Indexes Company has launched the Hang Seng China A (Investable) Index.

The Hang Seng China A (Investable) Index measures the overall performance of the companies within the top 80 per cent market capitalisation coverage in the mainland China A-shares market, with the aim of capturing a comprehensive picture of that market. The index also ensures the investability of the constituents by incorporating Hang Seng Indexes Company’s standard Velocity Test for Tradable Indexes. With a broad market coverage, the index serves as a valuable reference for investors who are interested in the A-shares market.

As of 22 January 2021, the index includes 1,067 constituents.

The Index is calculated and disseminated in real-time at two-second intervals. 

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