- Hong Kong Stocks
Hong Kong Stocks
Hong Kong is one of the famous financial centres in the world. For the rapid economic growth of China and Asia-Pacific area, Hong Kong acts a more and more important role in raising funds for companies.
The Hang Seng Index which is the most important index has 50 constituents now, accounting for over 60% of the Market Cap of all the listing companies. Besides, there are many other sub-indexes to reflect the trend of specified sectors, including
HSI – Finance
HSI – Utilities
HSI – Properties
HSI – Commerce & Industry
Hang Seng China Enterprises Index
Except for the stocks, there are warrants, CBBC, ETFs and REITs in HKEx for investors to invest in.
The settlement day is the second business day (T + 2) of the trading day in the Hong Kong Stock Market, HKEx also allows buying and selling the same stock in the same day.
Also, there are no up-limit and down-limit in Hong Kong Stock Market.
Trading Hours of Hong Kong Stock Market
Before placing orders through dealers, internet or smartphone, clients should deposit sufficient margin in their accounts. The rest including trading commissions and levy should be deposited to clients’ accounts in settlement day. Otherwise, interest will be calculated for the balance due day by day with cash account interest rate or margin account interest rate and the interest will be added to clients’ accounts monthly. Balance of the sold securities will be deposited to clients’ securities accounts on settlement day, and the purchase power of securities sold could be used to buy securities immediately.
Clients may deposit cheques or cash for settlement in T+2. If a client wants to withdraw funds, he/she must give our customer service officer a call to place the withdrawal instruction.