HKEX: HSI Hong Kong Hang Seng Top 30 stock price live chart and List (CFDs)

Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) TOP 30 Stocks :

HKEX: 0002 CLP Holdings Limited
HKEX: 0003 The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited
HKEX: 0012 Henderson Land Development Company Limited
HKEX: 0016 Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited
HKEX: 0017 New World Development Company Limited
HKEX: 0027 Galaxy Entertainment Group Limited
HKEX: 0101 Hang Lung Properties Limited
HKEX: 0241 Alibaba Health Information Technology Limited
HKEX: 0267 CITIC Limited
HKEX: 0386 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
HKEX: 0669 Techtronic Industries Company Limited
HKEX: 0883 CNOOC Limited
HKEX: 0960 Longfor Group Holdings Limited
HKEX: 1038 CK Infrastructure Holdings Limited
HKEX: 1044 Hengan International Group Company Limited
HKEX: 1093 CSPC Pharmaceutical Group Limited
HKEX: 1109 China Resources Land Limited
HKEX: 1299 AIA Group Limited
HKEX: 1398 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited
HKEX: 1810 Xiaomi Corporation
HKEX: 1928 Sands China Ltd.
HKEX: 2018 AAC Technologies Holdings Inc.
HKEX: 2020 ANTA Sports Products Limited
HKEX: 2269 WuXi Biologics (Cayman) Inc.
HKEX: 2319 China Mengniu Dairy Company Limited
HKEX: 2331 Li Ning Company Limited
HKEX: 2628 China Life Insurance Company Limited
HKEX: 3690 Meituan Dianping
HKEX: 6098 Country Garden Services Holdings Company Limited
HKEX: 9988 Alibaba Group Holding Limited

Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) = Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (SEHK) 香港聯合交易所 (聯交所) :
Currency: Hong Kong dollar (HKD).
World's largest bourse in terms of market capitalization.
It is owned by Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX, 香港交易及結算所有限公司, 香港交易所, 港交所), a holding company (SEHK: 388).
Location: Central District, Hong Kong.

History and predecessors: Founded in 1891 as Association of Stockbrokers in Hong Kong. In 1914, Renamed to Hong Kong Stock Exchange. In 1947, A merger is made after World War II with Hong Kong Stock Exchange retaining the name. In 1956, Hong Kong Stockholders Association was founded. In 1986, HKSE merges with other exchanges and retain the name but also presented as Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. In 2000, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing becomes the holding company for Hong Kong Stock Exchange.