On this current bull run, equities markets are attracting ever-growing swathes of retail investors across the globe. In China, these investors are also on the rise and could reach 850 million by 2030. They’re not only interested in building and protecting portfolios—but making their investments more dynamic through diversification.
These investors are looking for new investment opportunities, both in mainland China and abroad. Recently, Sina has tapped into Nasdaq to deliver market data on Chinese and American stocks, ADRs, and ETPs listed in the U.S.
For over two decades, Sina Weibo has delivered timely and relevant information to Chinese investors, worldwide for over two decades. As a major Chinese language media company, these investors are truly global—looking for accurate, low-cost information to help make investment decisions.
Sina was the first company in mainland China to partner with Nasdaq for real-time US market data. Today, the firm is helping Chinese investors access more markets and more instruments through Nasdaq Basic, Nasdaq Last Sale, and the Global Index Data Service.
“At this stage in our company’s growth—we cannot afford to partner with brands that do not have investors’ best interests in mind. Nasdaq is first and foremost an information provider, just like we are. We were in sync from the beginning.” – Mr. Li Pai, Chief Editor, Sina
Nasdaq Basic powers premier Chinese-language media firm
Millions of investors can now access accurate quote information for the movers and shakers in China and abroad—including Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) and Facebook (NASDAQ: FB); Chinese firms listed on U.S. exchanges (ADRs) such as Weibo Corporation (NASDAQ: WB), China Life Insurance Company Limited (NASDAQ: LFC) and JD.com (NASDAQ: JD); and ETFs such as the PowerShares QQQ (NASDAQ: QQQ).
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