The Hong Kong exchange said the share trading link could be expanded to include commodities
A trading link between Hong
Kong and Shanghai that the Hong Kong exchange has said could be
extended to trade commodities is set to open for trading in
September, writes Luke Jeffs.
Shanghai-Hong Kong Connect,
which handles only shares in its current version, will start
testing with market participants in September, according to
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, which has partnered with the
Shanghai Stock Exchange to develop the new venture.
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