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Hang Seng Index Adds 2 More Components to Index, 50 to 52 Companies

18th Nov 2020 | Hong Kong

Hang Seng Index, the leading Hong Kong stock index tracking the the largest 50 Hong Kong listed companies, will be adding 2 more constituents to the Hang Seng index, from 50 companies to 52 companies.

” Hang Seng Index Increases 2 Components to Index, 50 to 52 Companies “

 


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Hang Seng Index Changes Effective on 7th December 2020 

On 7th December 2020, 1 constituent will be removed and 3 constituents will be added, with the increase of 2 more constituents, from 50 companies to 52 companies.  With the review The 3 companies to be added are Budweiser Brewing, ANTA Sports Products and Meituan.

The changes was announced on 13th November 2020, after the review of the Hang Seng Family of Indexes for Q3 2020.  All changes will take effect on 7th December 2020, Monday.

 

 

The Major Hang Seng Indexes & Quarterly Review

Every quarter, Hang Seng Indexes conducts a review of its indexes and updates its index constituents.

The Hang Seng 4 major indexes:

  • Hang Seng Index (From 50 to 52 constituents)
  • Hang Seng China Enterprises Index (50 constituents)
  • Hang Seng TECH Index (30 constituents)
  • Hang Seng Composite LargeCap & MidCap Index (297 to 304 constituents)

 


1. Hang Seng Index (HSI):

There are 52 constituents in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index.

Remove (1)

  • Swire Pacific – A (9)

Add (3)

  • Budweiser Brewing (1876)
  • ANTA Sports Products (2020)
  • Meituan (3690)

 

2. Hang Seng China Enterprises Index (HSCEI):

There are 50 constituents in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index.

Remove (9)

  • Want Want China Holdings (151)
  • Fosun International (656)
  • China Telecom – H Shares (728)
  • China Taiping Insurance (966)
  • China CITIC Bank – H Shares (998)
  • China Shenhua Energy – H Shares (1088)
  • China Minsheng Banking – H Shares (1988)
  • China Vanke – H Shares (2202)
  • PICC Property and Casualty – H Shares (2328)

Add (9)

  • Alibaba Health Information Technology (241)
  • China Overseas Land & Investment (688)
  • Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (981)
  • China Evergrande Group (3333)
  • Hansoh Pharmaceutical Group (3692)
  • China Feihe (6186)
  • Haidilao International Holding (6862)
  • JD.com – SW (9618)
  • NetEase – S (9999)

 

3. Hang Seng TECH Index 

There are 30 constituents in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index.  

Remove (2)

  • HengTen Networks (136)
  • NetDragon Websoft (777)

Add (2)

  • Ming Yuan Cloud (909)
  • Archosaur Games (9990)

 

4. Hang Seng Composite LargeCap & MidCap Index 

There are 304 constituents in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index.  

Add (7)

  • ZTO Express  – SW (2057)
  • Ming Yuan Cloud (909)
  • Huazhu – S (1179)
  • China Bohai Bank – H (9668)
  • Zai Lab – SB (9688)
  • Yum China – S (9987)
  • Archosaur Games (9990)

Following the constituent changes above, the total number of constituents in the Hang Seng Composite Index will increase from 485 to 492.  View: Full Press Release


 

About Hang Seng Indexes Company

Hang Seng Indexes Company Limited (‘Hang Seng Indexes Company’) manages and compiles the Hang Seng Family of Indexes, which cover stocks listed in Hong Kong and Mainland China. Our index series includes the Hang Seng Index, the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index and the Hang Seng TECH Index, as well as Stock Connect, Greater Bay Area and sector-related indexes.

As at the end of 2019, assets under management in products passively tracking indexes in the Hang Seng Family of Indexes had reached a total of about US$34 billion. Hang Seng Indexes Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hang Seng Bank.

Visit: Hang Seng Family of Indexes




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