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Trade HK 50 Online

Hang Seng Index Investing

Type:Indices

Country:Asia & Pacific

Group:Stock

0
Leverage 1:100
Margin 1000
Calculation base
Status: Closed Trading
Change:
Prev. closing
Open price
Today, max.
Today, min.

Trading Conditions of HK50 Index CFD

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Hang Seng Index Trading Hours

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Week dayTrading hours (CET)Local trading hours
Monday 03:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:4003:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:40
Tuesday03:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:4003:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:40
Wednesday03:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:4003:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:40
Thursday03:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:4003:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:40
Friday03:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:4003:30 — 06:00, 07:00 — 10:10, 11:20 — 17:40

HK50 (Hang Seng Index) - Hong Kong Stock Exchange

HK50 - CFD on the most important index of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Hang Seng Index) is calculated as a weighted average value of the largest Chinese companies' stocks, traded on this Exchange. The index calculation takes into account current price value of each stock, the closing price of the previous day, the amount of the placed stocks, the coefficient of the share of stocks in the free float, company capitalization and the index value on the closure of the previous day. HSI Service Limited began the index calculation on 24.11.1969 (at first the index included 34 joint-stock companies). The base value of the index in 100 pips was equivalent to the value of the stock at the closing moment of the market on 31.07.1964. Since then the index has increased more than 200 times. Stocks, included in the index, provide above 2/3 of the exchange turnover and well reflects the overall condition of the Chinese stock exchange. In IFC Markets this index is presented as a synthetic continuous (without expiration) instrument.