Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index is a stock index of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong for red chip. Red chip were the companies listed on the exchange, incorporated outside mainland China (Bermuda, the Cayman Islands or Hong Kong), but majority owned by the central or regional government of the People's Republic of China.
As of February 2015, there are 25 red chips that compose this index.
In the past, the constituents of Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index did not intersect with H shares' Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, as H share and red chip companies did not intersect. But a possible inclusion of the top red chip companies to Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index in 2018, was announced in August 2017.
Some of the constituents of Hang Seng China-Affiliated Corporations Index was also the constituents of Hang Seng Index (the blue-chip index). They were known as purple-chip in the past.
This article needs to be updated. In particular: last updated on 27 February 2015.(October 2017)
|Corporation name||Stock symbol|
|Yuexiu Property||(SEHK: 123)|
|Kunlun Energy||(SEHK: 135)|
|China Merchants Holdings (International)||(SEHK: 144)|
|China Everbright Limited||(SEHK: 165)|
|China Everbright International Ltd.||(SEHK: 257)|
|CITIC Limited||(SEHK: 267)|
|Guangdong Investment||(SEHK: 270)|
|China Resources Enterprise||(SEHK: 291)|
|Shanghai Industrial Holdings||(SEHK: 363)|
|Beijing Enterprises Water Group||(SEHK: 371)|
|Beijing Enterprises||(SEHK: 392)|
|China Overseas Land and Investment||(SEHK: 688)|
|China Unicom (Hong Kong) Limited||(SEHK: 762)|
|Franshion Properties||(SEHK: 817)|
|China Resources Power||(SEHK: 836)|
|China Mobile||(SEHK: 941)|
|China Taiping Insurance||(SEHK: 966)|
|Lenovo Group||(SEHK: 992)|
|CSPC Pharmaceutical Group||(SEHK: 1093)|
|China Resources Land||(SEHK: 1109)|
|Brilliance China Auto||(SEHK: 1114)|
|China Resources Gas||(SEHK: 1193)|
|COSCO Pacific||(SEHK: 1199)|
|China Resources Cement||(SEHK: 1313)|
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