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The Shanghai Composite Index moved above the 3,000-mark for the first time in three years on Monday.
That's equivalent to about 21 per cent of the average daily value of shares bought and sold in Hong Kong over the past year, and 14 per cent of daily trading on the Shanghai Composite Index, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
In China the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index slipped 0.
The Shanghai Composite Index now is trading for the cheapest P/E and P/B ratios ever seen.
A recent study shows that the intensity and direction of movement between Chinese stock exchanges, including the Shanghai Composite Index and Hang Seng Index (which tracks the performance of mainland China companies), and the Indian equities have been quite similar.
Shanghai Composite Index has risen 127 percent since then, driven by a flood of retail investor money.
China's main Shanghai Composite Index, which had hit record highs on Tuesday, saw sharp falls of more than 6% as the government trebled its "stamp tax" on stock trades in a bid to curb investor enthusiasm.
Last Friday, the Shanghai Composite Index declined 0.