Shenzhen Stock Exchange


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The exchange has pre-market sessions from The exchange opened the ChiNext board Chinese: As of June [8]. The Shenzhen Stock Exchange building is a skyscraper with a height of Its construction started in and was finished in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Stock exchange in the People's Republic of China. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

August Learn how and when to remove this template message. List of companies listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Retrieved 27 January — via Google Books. Retrieved 3 March Retrieved 27 January Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. They make sure that no one gets too close to the new building.

The vast Plaza at the foot of the million dollar new Shenzhen Stock Exchange is totally empty. The price for such acrobatic tectonics is a rather complex structure whose diagonal bracing dominates the facades of the lower floors of the new building. The square grid facade in gray is clad in coated textured glass. At the Shenzhen Stock Exchange shares are traded of approximately 1, companies — usually from one government pocket to another.

The stock exchanges of Shanghai and Hong Kong are still far ahead of Shenzhen in terms of trading volume, but it does not have to stay that way forever. The Shenzhen Stock Exchange is designed for growth: For the time being it only uses the lower ten floors of its new building, the rest is rented out. Stock exchanges as a building type for people are long dead — there is no dealer left, who flits from trading booth to the next or makes the best prices with cryptic calls or obscure hand signals.

In Shenzhen only giant computer servers purr. More than thirty managers follow the digital market activity on their monitors. They must get tired a lot — their offices even have showers and beds. Also, almost all Western architects in China complain about the lousy construction quality.

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