The two major stock exchanges in Mainland China are located in Shanghai and Shenzhen, which are the largest stock markets in emerging countries.
According to the "Survey Report on Investors in National Stock Markets" issued by China Securities Investor Protection Fund Co., Ltd., by the end of August 2018, the number of national equity investors was 142 million, of which natural person investors accounted for 99.77%, that is, The number of retail investors dominates the market.
China is a manufacturing base that provides large-scale industrial products for the world market. It is known as the "world factory". A number of manufacturing companies have been born, ranging from light industrial products such as air conditioners and microwave ovens to heavy industries such as nuclear power, trains and solar energy. The leaders in many industries are all Chinese companies, and they can be found in the A-share market. In addition, many A-share manufacturing companies are also suppliers to world-renowned manufacturing companies such as Apple, Boeing, Airbus, and Tesla.
On the Fortune Global 500 list in 2020, 133 plus Chinese companies are on the list: three barrels of oil in the petrochemical industry-Sinopec, PetroChina and CNOOC; Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, and China Merchants Bank in the banking industry , etc., China Ping An in the insurance industry, etc.