China's capital markets are in a state of flux. Historically, trading on the Shanghai stock market was very thin, but over the past decade as China's economy has started to expand and open to foreign investment, volume has picked up dramatically. A relatively nascent and underdeveloped stock market has had to make massive changes to keep pace.
The increased opportunity has presented a challenge not only for the stock market itself, but for the market participants who are looking to take advantage of that growth. Brokers, asset managers and retail investors now have a myriad of connectivity choices and challenges. The creation and development of the Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) and Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) programs opening up, has only made understanding the markets, connectivity and order routing even more critical than ever.
The Taking Stock 2010 report is a comprehensive look at the trends and issues shaping today's equity trading market in China. Looking at the trading flows and individual players in the market, this report is one of the most comprehensive looks at the Capital Markets industry today, covering key aspects of retail, institutional, QDII and QFII connectivity and trading.
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