Emperor Capital offers clients transaction services in various overseas markets, enabling them to keep abreast of the latest economic and market changes, and make sound investment decisions.
Through a single account, investors have access to gobal stock markets including Hong Kong, Mainland China, the US and Singapore, and their varied investment opportunities.
Overview on Various Stock Markets
- US Stock Markets
The US has the largest securities market in the world by trade volume and boasts a great array of listed companies.
The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), the most important main board market in the country, has 2,308 listed companies with a trade volume of US$ 20 trillion in 2011. In addition, the NASDAQ market is home to some 2,709 listed companies, many of them renowned US technology firms. In 2011, their trade volume reached US$ 982 billion.
Major stock indices in the US include the Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Index and the Nasdaq Composite Index Companies listed in the US include Fortune 500 giants such as Apple, Berkshire Hathaway, Coca Cola, Citigroup, Boeing, Microsoft, Wal-Mart and Google.
- US OTC Stocks
We provide selected US OTC (over-the-counter) stocks trading service. In the United States, OTC stock trading is carried out by market makers using inter-dealer quotation services such as OTC Link and the OTC Bulletin Board.
Usually OTC stocks are not listed nor traded on exchanges. Clients participating in OTC market will be exposed to additional risks, such as low trading volume, wide trading spread and/or in failure to flat outstanding positions, etc. Client should therefore study and understand US OTC stocks before you trade and carefully consider whether such trading is suitable in the light of client’s own financial position and investment objectives.
- China’s B Shares
The face values of B shares are set in Renminbi and can be subscribed and traded in foreign currencies.
B shares are traded on the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges but can only be held by foreign persons or domestic residents who legally possess foreign currencies that can be used to open B Share accounts.
In Shanghai, B shares are traded in US dollars (e.g. Shanghai Zhenhua B share and ZSEPC B share) whilst HK dollars are used for B shares in Shenzhen and major listed companies including China Merchants Property and CSG Holding.
- Stock Market in Singapore
The Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) was formed in 1999 after the merging of two stock exchanges and currently has 776 listed companies. The Straits Times Index (STI) tracks the performance of the top 30 companies listed on the Singapore Exchange including DBS, Jardine Strategic Holdings and Singapore Airlines.
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