The Shanghai Stock Exchange was formed in the 1842 as one of the first to be established in Asia and the first in China. The SSE Exchange trades in bonds, funds, and two classes of stock. The two types of stock are the Class A and Class B stock. At first the Class A stock was limited to Chinese Investors while the Class B remained open to all investors. However, after reforms the SSE changed its format slightly allowing a few foreign investors to invest in the Class A stock with several limitations. The class B stock remained open to all foreign and domestic investors after the reformation. The Class A stock is also currently listed with the local Yuan currency while Class B is listed under the U.S. dollar. The SSE exchange main indexes are the SSE 180 index and the SSE 50.
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