Visit to the Shanghai Futures Exchange
參觀上海期貨交易所
参观上海期货交易所
上海先物取引所へ見学

Fall 2015

 
 
 
 
ABS 4th cohort students were invited to visit the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) as part of the Chinese Financial Market course at Fudan University.

The Shanghai Futures Exchange was established in 1998, regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). It is one of the largest commodities markets in China and lists contracts in metals such as steel, copper, gold, natural rubber, and fuel oil.

During the visit, professionals explained the development of China futures market and its future outlook in a presentation. Staff members of the SHFE introduced the origins of the China futures market and milestones in the futures exchange history at the Shanghai Futures Museum. A range of official documents from after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China exhibited the growing path of the modern Chinese futures market.

Apart from the museum visit and trading room observation, we were also given the opportunity to simulate the transaction of futures products with the help of dynamic market index charts. This experience has further widened our knowledge on the domestic financial market.

By Janice Kwan, Cohort 4 (Class of 2016)

# Exchange in Shanghai – Cohort 4
ABS 4th cohort students were invited to visit the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) as part of the Chinese Financial Market course at Fudan University.

The Shanghai Futures Exchange was established in 1998, regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). It is one of the largest commodities markets in China and lists contracts in metals such as steel, copper, gold, natural rubber, and fuel oil.

During the visit, professionals explained the development of China futures market and its future outlook in a presentation. Staff members of the SHFE introduced the origins of the China futures market and milestones in the futures exchange history at the Shanghai Futures Museum. A range of official documents from after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China exhibited the growing path of the modern Chinese futures market.

Apart from the museum visit and trading room observation, we were also given the opportunity to simulate the transaction of futures products with the help of dynamic market index charts. This experience has further widened our knowledge on the domestic financial market.

By Janice Kwan, Cohort 4 (Class of 2016)

# Exchange in Shanghai – Cohort 4
ABS 4th cohort students were invited to visit the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) as part of the Chinese Financial Market course at Fudan University.

The Shanghai Futures Exchange was established in 1998, regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). It is one of the largest commodities markets in China and lists contracts in metals such as steel, copper, gold, natural rubber, and fuel oil.

During the visit, professionals explained the development of China futures market and its future outlook in a presentation. Staff members of the SHFE introduced the origins of the China futures market and milestones in the futures exchange history at the Shanghai Futures Museum. A range of official documents from after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China exhibited the growing path of the modern Chinese futures market.

Apart from the museum visit and trading room observation, we were also given the opportunity to simulate the transaction of futures products with the help of dynamic market index charts. This experience has further widened our knowledge on the domestic financial market.

By Janice Kwan, Cohort 4 (Class of 2016)

# Exchange in Shanghai – Cohort 4
ABS 4th cohort students were invited to visit the Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) as part of the Chinese Financial Market course at Fudan University.

The Shanghai Futures Exchange was established in 1998, regulated by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). It is one of the largest commodities markets in China and lists contracts in metals such as steel, copper, gold, natural rubber, and fuel oil.

During the visit, professionals explained the development of China futures market and its future outlook in a presentation. Staff members of the SHFE introduced the origins of the China futures market and milestones in the futures exchange history at the Shanghai Futures Museum. A range of official documents from after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China exhibited the growing path of the modern Chinese futures market.

Apart from the museum visit and trading room observation, we were also given the opportunity to simulate the transaction of futures products with the help of dynamic market index charts. This experience has further widened our knowledge on the domestic financial market.

By Janice Kwan, Cohort 4 (Class of 2016)

# Exchange in Shanghai – Cohort 4