The Shanghai Composite Index now is trading for the cheapest P/E and P/B ratios ever seen.
What does SHCOMP stand for?
SHCOMP stands for Shanghai Composite Index
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Seton Hall College of Medicine and Dentistry (University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey; Newark, NJ)
- Safety and Health Commission for the Mining and Other Extractive Industries (United Kingdom)
- Super Heat Conduction Metal Vacuum
- Self-Healing Communications Network
- Special Health Care Needs
- Stichting Huisdieren Crematorium Nederland (Dutch: Netherlands Foundation for Pets Crematorium; est. 1978; Netherlands)
- Safety and Health Council of New Hampshire
- Safety and Health Council of Northern New England
- Siberian Husky Club of New South Wales Inc. (Australia)
- Surrey Hills Chamber Orchestra (Australia)
- Shoot Hot Coffee Out of the Nose
- Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory (San Francisco, California high school)
- School for Health Care Professions (Regis University, Denver ,Colorado)
- Secretaria de Hacienda y Credito Publico (Mexico)
- Shift Clock Pulse
- Ship Hullform Characteristics Program (US Navy)
- Strategic Human Capital Plan (various organizations)
- Supplemental Health Care Program
- Sweet Home Care Products (South Korea))
- Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Shanghai Composite Index snapped a nine-week losing streak, rising 3.
Investors reacted negatively to the statement, with the Shanghai Composite Index closing down 0.
Markets across Asia fell in the wake of Wall Street's overnight plunge, but the decline in China reinforced pessimism among investors who have seen the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index fall by more than 63% from its October peak.
The Shanghai Composite Index ended a choppy Thursday session down 0.
The Shanghai Composite Index announced inflation had hit 6.
Investors reacted negatively to the twin surveys, with the Shanghai Composite Index played down concerns about a potential hard landing for the Asian powerhouse due to persistent government efforts to stem a flood of credit into the economy.
New York time, while the Shanghai Composite index ended down 1.