What Are Some Chinese Stocks Listed on Nasdaq?

What Are Some Chinese Stocks Listed on Nasdaq?

Chinese stocks listed on Nasdaq include the 21Vianet Group, Baidu, China Southern Airlines Company Limited and Alibaba Group Holding Limited. A symbol represents the stock of each entity, according to Nasdaq.

Represented by the VNET symbol, 21Vianet Group has a market capitalization of $1.73 billion, as of 2015. The firm mainly deals in computer programming applications and data processing. Its initial public offering was in 2011, reports Nasdaq.

The business services firm Alibaba Group Holding Limited boasts a market capitalization of $203.08 billion, and its initial public offering was in 2014. The symbol BABA represents the firm on the Nasdaq. Some of Alibaba’s businesses and affiliates include Taobao, an online shopping marketplace; AliExpress; and AliCloud, a cloud computing platform developer, according to the Alibaba Group.

Shown as BIDU on the Nasdaq, Baidu has a market capitalization of $71.05 billion and has been on the Nasdaq stock market since 2005, according to Nasdaq. Founded in 2000, the computer software manufacturer also offers community-based products such as Baidu Knows and Baidu Encyclopedia, according to Baidu. ZNH symbolizes China Southern Airlines Company Limited, an airfreight and delivery service company with a market capitalization of $7.16 billion. The firm's IPO was in 1997, reports Nasdaq.