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|Subject: Re: FKA: China||Date: 12/5/2012 1:12 PM|
|Author: Hohum777||Number: 13010 of 15030|
The disappearance of Chinese listings from the U.S. could have tremendous financial consequences.
When ranked by value, the biggest 200 Chinese American Depository Receipts have a market
capitalization of $951 billion, according to July calculations by investment bank Macquarie.
Extremely misleading. The top 10-15 is probably 80-90% of that $951B market capitalization.
China Mobile (CHL) & PetroChina (PTR) - each $230-240B
CNOOC (CEO) & China Petroleum (SNP) are each $95-100B
At the lower end, the top four are 68% of the $951B
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