The trading and clearing system for Hong Kong securities is operated by HKEx. Hkex has a main board and a growth Enterprise board for investors to trade shares. In addition to Hong Kong stocks, hKEX's spot market for Hong Kong stocks includes Warrant, Callable Bull/Bear Contract (CBBC), Exchange Traded Fund, Etfs, Real Estate Investment trusts and debt securities.
After opening an account, guests can trade Hong Kong stocks through telephone orders, online trading platforms or mobile trading software. You will be notified when your order has been executed and you can access your personal account data at any time by logging on to the trading system.
|Monday to Friday morning||09:30-12:00|
|Monday to Friday morning||13:00-16:00|
|Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays||Closed|
Due date of the stock
The trading of Hong Kong shares shall be conducted on the second trading day (T+2) after the closing date
|Day trading||Half day trading|
|Bidding period||Pre-market hours||9:00 am to 9:30 am|
|Continuous bidding period||Morning session||9.30 am to 12 noon|
|Continuation of morning session||12:00 noon to 1:00 pm||Not applicable|
|Afternoon session||1 pm to 4 pm||Not applicable|
|Bidding period||Closing auction session||The market closes between 4 pm and 4:08 to 4:10 pm||The market closes between 12 PM and 12:08 to 12:10 pm|
The US stock market is home to the New York Stock Exchange and nasdaq stock Exchange, the world's largest by market capitalization. The market's main reference indexes include the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite Index.
Bonds are debt instruments issued by a government, government agency or corporation to raise money. On or before the maturity date of a bond, a bond issuer pays the pre-agreed coupon interest on the note on a regular and timely basis and redeemed the principal or par value stated on the bond from the investor on the maturity date. Investors can choose to hold the bonds until maturity or sell them in the secondary market prior to maturity.
Bonds provide investors with a fixed source of income (coupon) and help them maintain their capital (they get their money back at maturity). The steady cash flow of a bond helps cushion the volatility of bond prices. So adding bonds to a client's portfolio can help make it more resilient.
Zhong Heng Finance Group provides guests with various types of bonds, including fixed rate bonds, floating rate bonds and convertible bonds, to meet their different investment needs and generate stable cash flow.
Guests of Zhong Heng Finance Group can use the existing funds in their accounts to subscribe for the new shares in a large amount by means of ipo financing to increase the chances of winning the contract and the number of shares allocated.
Guests can borrow 90% of the loan amount from Zhong Heng Finance Group to subscribe for the ipo by paying 10% of the application amount as a deposit. If the shares allocated by the Client exceed 10% of the original subscription, the Client will only have to pay the excess amount on the day of the announcement of the ipo result. The interest of new share financing is calculated from the date of the deadline for subscription of the new share, until the date of announcement of the results, regardless of whether the winning bid or not, the full amount of interest of the loan financing amount shall be paid.