China’s booming stock exchanges move into overdrive

China’s stock exchanges powered to all-time highs last Thursday, underlining their status as the best-performing markets in the world, on the same day US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson arrived in Beijing for high-level talks with the Chinese govern

16th December, 2006

China’s stock exchanges powered to all-time highs last Thursday, underlining their status as the best-performing markets in the world, on the same day US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson arrived in Beijing for high-level talks with the Chinese government.

So successful have China’s stock exchanges been this year that they rank above those of the United States and Britain as the leading source of capital for new IPOs, according to analysts Dealogic. Listings in...

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