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China's stock market value tops US$10t for first time

Companies with a primary listing in China saw their value soar US$6.7t in 12 months, Bloomberg data shows

China's stock valuations are now the highest in five years and margin debt has climbed to a record, all while the economy is mired in its weakest expansion since 1990.

Hong Kong

THE value of Chinese stocks rose above US$10 trillion for the first time, the latest milestone for the nation's world-beating rally.

Companies with a primary listing in China are valued at US$10.05 trillion, an increase of US$6.7 trillion in 12 months, according to data