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Once nearly half, China's market capitalisation is now 5x India's

According to Bloomberg data, China's m-cap stood at just $407 billion in May 2006 - 45 per cent below India's m-cap of $745 billion

Chinese stock market | market capitalisation | Indian stock market

Samie Modak Sundar Sethuraman & Sameer Mulgaonkar  |  Mumbai 

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China was a much bigger economy at $2.75 trillion in 2006, when India stood at $940 billion, according to World Bank data. However, its stock market was under-represented, with its ‘market cap-to-GDP’ ratio at just 17 per cent

The combined (m-cap) of touched the $10-trillion mark again, after a gap of five years, on Wednesday. China’s stands at 4.8x that of India, a gap that could expand to record levels following the stock market debut of Alibaba-backed Ant Financial.



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First Published: Thu, September 03 2020. 06:09 IST