Chip (stock market)

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A chip is a terminology to describe a stock of a particular quality.

Chip[edit]

Chip
Name Description
Blue chip Reliably profitable company
Green chip Company in green industry
Red chip Chinese company listed in Hong Kong
Purple chip Red and blue chip company
P chip Company incorporated in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, or the British Virgin Islands operating in China and listed in Hong Kong
S chip Company incorporated in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, or the British Virgin Islands operating in China and listed in Singapore

Share[edit]

Share
Name Description
A share Company listed in Shanghai or Shenzhen and traded in renminbi
B share Company listed in Shanghai or Shenzhen and traded in a foreign currency
G share Company listed in China that have accomplished stock right division reform
H share Company incorporated in China listed in Hong Kong
L share Company incorporated in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, or the British Virgin Islands operating in China and listed in London
N share Company operating in China and listed on NYSE or NASDAQ