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Alibaba, Xiaomi to join Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index


HONG KONG: Elektronischer geschäftsverkehr conglomerate Alibaba , handset creator Xiaomi and WuXi Biologics will enter the Hang Seng next month, broadening Hong Kong’s traditionally financial services-dominated directory.

The change announced because of the Hang Seng Indexes Firm on Friday was made probable after the 50-year-old benchmark’s writer changed the rules on aktieninhaber structure and secondary entries in May.

China’s largest economic hubs are revamping important indexes to give excess fat to internet companies, which might be increasingly important to it is economy.

Alibaba and Xiaomi, along with delivery platform Meituan Dianping, will also join this ‘H-share’ Hang Seng Tiongkok Enterprises Index, which shows Chinese companies listed in the town.

Changes to both crawls are effective September 7.

About $19.7 billion involving assets under management inside exchange-traded products were associated to the Hang Seng Index with another $5.4 billion tied to the H-share index since July, the index company said.

The Hang Seng Index will drop Estrella Land, Want Want Tiongkok and China Shenhua Strength, while Sinopharm, BYD in addition to Citic Securities will depart the H-share index.

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