THE CHINESE Stock Market: Showing Signs of Tremendous Growth

The NASDAQ is the world’s largest stock trading hub. Investors, brokers, traders all have their stakes running from a few cents to billions of dollars established here. Along with the New York Stock Exchange, this is the bread and butter stuff the world looks up to.

China is a rising name in world economy. The pace at which this country is working towards strengthening its grip on world affairs relating to politics, economy, sports, and culture, is astonishing to say the least. The number of Chinese corporations, from small and medium enterprise companies, all are making their presence felt across the globe. Whether it be hardware for manufacturers in the automobile, consumer appliance sector or software for IT firms, China is ahead of every one else. The list Chinese Stocks NASDAQ exchange outnumbers those of any other country in the world. The Chinese Pink Sheet Stock traders are considered the more aggressive among their counterparts from other countries. Investing is more intense and there seems to be a higher willingness towards risk taking among the Chinese.

The Chinese Stock research has shown a rising number of investors riding high on the country’s stupendous economic performance during the last one decade. Markets are bullish most of the time of the year thanks to the encouraging GDP figures. The recent financial meltdown had many nations seeking desperate countering measures. China however had its crucial sectors fairly well knit together and this helped the country sail through those tough times with minimum fuss. China is a heavy investor in defense equipment and this constitutes a considerable share of its expenditure. Stocks of arms and defense equipment providers are noted to be quite preferred among the Chinese investors. With share prices among the highest in the market, they are among the most tempting of all investments.

The Chinese have always maintained a strictly communist approach towards its political dealings at the international level. This reflected in its economic outlook as well. But that was up till now. From everything state-owned, China has finally let itself, its approach change according to the changing world order. There is now an increased public-private interaction. The public sector has rid itself of much of economic dealings and has allowed booming Multi National Corporations to set up station in its so far state controlled market. No wonder this ‘transfer of power’ coupled with the robust economic past guarantees China a much envied position in world markets in the near future. The tag of a “Superpower”? Well, it’s just a matter of time and China will see this title in its kitty too.

BOLA TANGKAS