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Hang Seng
Apr 23, 13:39
  Intraday 52 Week
OPEN: 29,782.95 HIGH: 30,055.94 31,592.56
PREV CLOSE: 29,963.26 LOWS: 29,755.87 24,540.63
Simple Moving Averages
30 Days 50 Days 150 Days 200 Days
29,345.69 29,017.63 27,228.78 27,487.84
Index Value Returns Index Value Returns
YTD: 25130.35 19.23% 1 Week: 29839.45 0.41%
1 Month: 29409.01 1.88% 3 Month: 27090.81 10.6%
6 Month: 25454.55 17.71% 1 Year: 30284.25 -1.06%
2 Year: 23924.54 25.24% 3 Year: 21161.50 41.59%
Historic 52-Week High & Low
Year 52 Wk High Date 52 Wk Low Date

2019 30,280.12 15th-Apr 24,896.874 3rd-Jan
2018 33,484.08 29th-Jan 24,540.634 30th-Oct
2017 30,199.69 22nd-Nov 21,883.824 3rd-Jan
2016 24,364.00 9th-Sep 18,278.804 12th-Feb
2015 28,588.52 27th-Apr 20,368.124 29th-Sep
2014 25,362.98 4th-Sep 21,137.614 20th-Mar
2013 24,111.55 2nd-Dec 19,426.364 25th-Jun
2012 22,718.83 27th-Dec 18,056.404 4th-Jun
2011 24,468.60 8th-Apr 16,170.354 4th-Oct
2010 24,988.60 8th-Nov 18,971.504 27th-May
2009 23,099.60 18th-Nov 11,344.604 9th-Mar
2008 27,853.60 2nd-Jan 10,676.304 27th-Oct
2007 31,958.40 30th-Oct 18,659.204 5th-Mar
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The Hang Seng Index (abbreviated: HSI, traditional Chinese:) is a freefloat-adjusted market capitalization-weighted stock market index in Hong Kong. It is used to record and monitor daily changes of the largest companies of the Hong Kong stock market and is the main indicator of the overall market performance in Hong Kong. These 45 companies represent about 67% of capitalization of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

HSI was started on November 24, 1969, and is currently compiled and maintained by HSI Services Limited, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hang Seng Bank, the largest bank registered and listed in Hong Kong in terms of market capitalisation. It is responsible for compiling, publishing and managing the Hang Seng Index and a range of other stock indexes, such as Hang Seng China AH Index Series, Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, Hang Seng China H-Financials Index, Hang Seng Composite Index Series, Hang Seng Freefloat Index Series and Hang Seng Total Return Index Series.

When the Hang Seng Index was first published, its base of 100 points was set equivalent to the stocks' total value as of the market close on July 31, 1964. Its all-time low is 58.61 points, reached retroactively on August 31, 1967, after the base value was established but before the publication of the index. The Hang Seng passed the 10,000 point milestone for the first time in its history on December 10, 1993 and, 13 years later, passed the 20,000 point milestone on December 28, 2006. In less than 10 months, it passed the 30,000 point milestone on October 18, 2007. Its all-time high, set on October 30, 2007, was 31,958.41 points during trading and 31,638.22 points at closing. From October 30, 2007 through March 9, 2008, the index lost 9,426 points or approximately 30%. On September 5, it fell past the 20,000 mark the first time in almost a year to a low of 19,708.39, later closing at 19,933.28. On October 8, 2008, the index closed at 15,431.73, over 50% less than the all-time high and the lowest closing value in over two years. On October 27, 2008, the index fell to 10,676 points, having fallen nearly two-thirds from its all-time peak.

The Nikkei average hit its all-time high on December 29, 1989 when it reached an intra-day high of 38,957.44

Hang Seng Composition
Cheung Kong
CLP Hldgs
HK & China Gas
Wharf (Hldgs)
HSBC Hldgs
HK Electric
Hang Seng Bank
Henderson Land
SHK Prop
New World Dev
Swire Pacific 'A'
Bank of E Asia
MTR Corporation
Sino Land
Hang Lung Prop
China Mer Hldgs
CITIC Pacific
China Resources
Cathay Pac Air
Bank of China
Esprit Hldgs
Sinopec Corp
Li & Fung
Yue Yuen Ind
China Overseas
China Unicom
China Netcom
China Mobile
China Shenhua
COSCO Pacific
Ping An
BOC Hong Kong
China Life
HSI constituent stocks are selected with the use of extensive analysis, together with external consultation.   Read more »
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