FTSE Group cracks mainland China as blue-chip index lists in Shanghai

Mark Makepeace, FTSE

The FTSE 100 index has been licensed to the Shanghai Stock Exchange for use by Hua An Asset Management and will form the basis of the asset manager’s first exchange-traded fund (ETF) listed on the Chinese exchange. This is the first FTSE index to be listed for use by ETF providers on Chinese exchanges outside of Hong Kong.

FTSE has an extensive range of indexes based on China themes, in which $18 billion has already been invested. The range includes the Xinhua China 25, Xinhua China A50, Rafi

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