STOCK EXCHANGES CHINA
Shanghai Metal Exchange
Shanghai Metal Exchange (SHME), one of the national level futures exchanges of China, was established on 28 May 1992. SHME is a non-profit, self-regulating corporation. The exchange was created for trading in non-ferrous metals and currently contracts for several non-ferrous metals including copper, aluminum, lead, zinc, tin, and nickel.
Shanghai Stock Exchange
The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) (simplified Chinese: ???????; traditional Chinese: pinyin: Shànghai Zhèngquàn Jiaoyìsuo) is a Chinese stock exchange based in the city of Shanghai, with a market capitalization of nearly US$2.38 trillion making it the largest in mainland China and fifth largest in the world. The current exchange was re-established on November 26, 1990 and was in operation on December 19 of the same year. It is a non-profit organization directly administered by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC).
Shenzhen Stock Exchange
Shenzhen Stock Exchange (?????) is one of the People's Republic of China's three stock exchanges. It is based in Shenzhen, China.
Dalian Commodity Exchange
The Dalian Commodity Exchange, founded on February 28, 1993, is one of the four futures exchanges in China. As a self-regulated, non-profit organization, the DCE, by strictly enforcing government regulations and exchange rules, has steady grown since its establishment to become the biggest agricultural commodities futures trading center in the country
Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange
Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE), the first experimental futures market approved by the State Council, was established on October 12, 1990. It introduced futures trading on May 28, 1993, two years after the successful operation of cash forward contract trading. In August 1998, the ZCE was confirmed by the State Council as one of the three futures exchanges in China.