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The S&P Hong Kong-Listed China BMI is designed as a tool for Chinese institutional investors to gain exposure to all Mainland China securities listed in Hong Kong, including H-Shares and Red Chips. This index makes it possible for domestic Chinese investors to gain access to the China market.
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The S&P Asia Pacific Emerging BMI is a subset of the S&P Global BMI, our leading global equity index series.
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The S&P/IFCI Asia index is a subset of the S&P/IFCI, S&P Indices' leading emerging market index.
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The S&P China BMI is a comprehensive benchmark that defines and measures the investable universe of publicly traded companies domiciled in China, but ...
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The S&P Access China A 50 is designed to reflect the universe of stocks available through the Northbound Trading Segment of the Shanghai-Hong Kong ...
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The S&P Asia 50 consists of 50 leading blue-chip companies that are drawn from four major Asian markets—Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan.
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