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ETF Symbols - Hong Kong Exchanges

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Hong Kong ETFs or exchange-traded funds are open-ended and passively managed funds that are traded on the securities market of the HKEx (Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited).

ETFs are assets created to track the performance of an index, commodity or a basket of other assets. The advantages of trading ETFs include low transaction costs, liquidity, transparency, low initial investment, market exposure and diversification. ETF Symbols contains more than one thousand U.S-listed ETFs.

This list of symbols contains Hong Kong exchange-traded funds ticker symbols as well as other information such as the full name of the ETF and its group.

This list contains two types of ETFs: Physical ETFs and Synthetic ETFs. Physical ETFs buy the assets that compose the benchmark (ex: constituents of an index), while Synthetic ETFs replicate the benchmark performance by investing in derivative instruments.

Historical EOD data for all these exchange-traded funds can be downloaded using EOD Quotes Data for Hong Kong Stocks and ETFs.

The list of stocks that trade in the Hong Kong stock market is available here: Hong Kong Stock Exchange.


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