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Newspapers - 50607

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1919 Cotton shares huge
1925-29 The second big rubber boom
1928 Greyhound racing shares briefly dominate
1929 The Shanghai Shareholders Association merges with the Shanghai Stock Exchange

The Shanghai Stock Exchange(SSE) founded on Nov. 26th,1990


Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) established on 1st December, 1990


SSE and SZSE growth in the 21 century
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CHINA TIMES
Party Closes Shanghai Stock Exchange
China

After 60 years Stock Exchange Closes
The formation of the Shanghai International Settlement
Treaty of Nanking, opened up trade agreements with foreign governments
1866 First city in China to begin trading stock
1891 Shanghai Share brokers Association, officially the first stock exchange is born
1904 Renamed the Shanghai Stock Exchange
1909-10 The first big rubber boom, staple of stock trading
1914 The beginning of World War 1

Shanghai, financial capital
1930's ushers in Shanghai as the financial capital of the far east
Rubber once again dominates the market
Dec 5th 1941, the Japanese occupy Shanghai bringing a close to the Stock Exchange
1946 Stock Exchange reopens
1949 The Communist Revolution ends the stock market for over 40 years
Current Events
China stock market collapse and the causes and effects
Black Monday and Black Tuesday
Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect
CONCLUSION
Shanghai as a financial hub in 1930s
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