Chinese Mainland Stocks Build On Yesterday's Gains

The CSI 300 Index surged 6 percent Monday and the Shanghai Composite Index climbed 5.6 percent, extending their gains from a January 3 low to more than 20 percent, the level that typically denotes a bull market after a drop of the same size.

A US$1 trillion rally in Chinese stocks has another equity gauge headed for a bull market.

China's stock market has been red hot since it resumed trading on February 11 after the week-long Chinese New Year holiday, with the cumulative rise of each of the indexes between 14.3 percent and 20.9 percent as of yesterday's close.

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The benchmark index has rebounded 18.74 percent since the beginning of the year and surged more than 21 percent from this year's lowest point of 2,440.91 points seen in early January, which marked the entry into "a technical bullish cycle" by some analysts. The Shenzhen Component Index ended at 9,134.58 points, an increase of 5.59 percent. Huatai Securities Co. was among the brokerages to climb by the 10 percent daily limit in Shanghai, closing at its highest since June 2015.

Although both plans are designed for the members of the two associations, they have lifted market expectations for industry-wide stimulus in the future.

The ChiNext Index, together with the Shenzhen Component Index and the Shenzhen SME (small and medium-sized enterprises) Board Index, are major indices reflecting the performance of stocks listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

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