China’s benchmark Shenzhen Composite Index (CSIC) has soared by nearly 15% this year.
The gains have been fueled by strong economic growth, a huge increase in the number of domestic Chinese investors, and a massive increase in demand from overseas, according to data from the S&P 500 index and Bloomberg.
The S&s have now traded at $1.1867 for Shenzhen.
The Shanghai Composite (SCM) rose 4.7% over the same period, while the Shenzhen Stock Exchange Composite (SEC) rose 7.4%.
The Shenzhen composite’s gains are partly due to the country’s record investment in cement and cement-making machinery.
The government has been keen to promote the country as a high-tech hub.
China’s state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), which makes cement and is building a massive cement-construction project, has seen its stock rise by nearly 3% this quarter.
The company, which produces cement at a cost of $3.5 billion, has become a popular investment destination for mainland investors.
The government’s plan to boost the countrys economy has also attracted foreign capital.
China is the world’s second-largest consumer of iron ore and the worlds largest importer of steel, and China is seeking to boost exports of steel and cement by adding steel and concrete manufacturing capacity, according in the countrydata.
The Shanghai Composite Index is a gauge of the broader market value of a company’s assets, and the SSCM is a measure of the value of its shares.
The CSIC is a benchmark of the SIC, while SMC is the SMC index.
The Shenzen Composite Index has risen by nearly 10% since the start of 2017.
The index is now valued at about $1 million per share.
The CSIC has a benchmark price of about $17,000 per share, which is about half of the Shenzen index.
The Shenzhen stock exchange index is valued at around $1 billion per share on the Shenzhen.
The SMC, SIC and Shenzen are all the benchmark indices for the SEC index, which tracks a variety of securities.
The market value for the Shenshin Composite Index and SMC are all less than the ShenZhen.