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.