Reading Time: 2 minutes Shanghai composite index closed new 52 week low today, at 3094.67 (down 12% compared to a year ago). (full size pic here, powered by Google Finance) But I don’t think too much of it, other than the valuation of China A share market is more attractive now. The composite index itself is screwed up because… Continue reading Shanghai Composite 52 week low
Reading Time: < 1 minute (Update) Halter US China Index closed down 7.89% and FXI down 7.55%. China Mobile (CHL), a major component of both index, is down 7.79% today. FXI (FTSE Xinhua 25) dropped 7.23% as of now 11:27 AM US CST. Halter US China Index (web site), which is more broad based Chinese ADRs traded in the US… Continue reading China ADR crashed
Reading Time: < 1 minute The following screen shot is from Capital Week Jan 5, 2008 We know from Jan 1 2008 China will have a unified corp tax rate of 25% (some tax rebate for certain industry and foreign enterprises will still apply for a while). It appears retailer, bank, home builder, and telecom (include mobile phone) will be… Continue reading China corporate tax rate reform: winner and loser
Reading Time: < 1 minute The Chinese market closed for a week during this national holiday. The HK and US market is still open. There are lots of actions of Chinese stocks in those markets. From the blue (red) chips (such as LFC), to more speculative ones (such as EFUT). It appears to me the valuation of FXI, LFC etc… Continue reading Holiday reading etc.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s the Chinese Yuan (CNY), or Ren Ming Bi (people’s money). In early march, when I was in Shanghai, one USD is worth 7.72 Yuan, now it’s about 7.56 Yuan, a loss of about 2% in about 4 months. It appears this trend is not going to stop for a while. This is scary if… Continue reading Got Yuan?