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回答:Stock market slump注:slump 英 [slʌmp] 美 [slʌmp] vi. 大幅度下降,暴跌; 沉重或突然地落下[倒下]; n. (物价等的) 暴跌; (个人、球队等的)低潮状态; (销售量、价格、价值等的) 骤降; (精神等的) 消沉,萎靡; [例句]Net profits slumped by 41%.净利润暴跌了41%。[其他] 第三人称单数:slumps 复数:slumps 现在分词:slumping 过去式:slumped 过去分词:slumped 问答:股票市场简介,帮我用英文翻译下 回答:The stock marketThe stock market is stock issuance and trading places, including the issue market and circulation market two parts. Corporations face society stock issued, rapid concentration, a large amount of money to realize proction of scale operation; But social capital surplus who scattered on the principle of "benefit sharing and risks" principle investment joint-stock company, seek wealth of appreciation. 问答:和股市相关的英文词汇? 回答:常用来描述股市的英文表达:Shanghai Composite Index 上证综合指数?Shenzhen Component Index 深证成份股指数?Hong Kong&#39s Hang Seng Index 香港恒生指数?A-share market A股市场?B-share market B股市场?bourse 证券交易所?trading 交易,买卖turnover 成交额?trading volume 交易额,成交量?weighting 权重?morning session 早盘?afternoon session 午盘?insider trading 内幕交易?trader 交易者?speculator 投机者?investor 投资者?broker 证券经纪人?brokerage 券商(股民开立账户的地?margin finance account 保证金融资账户(相当于借钱炒股)securities regulator 证券监管机构 问答:股票中的英文字母?? 回答:股票名字前面“L”是指“联”,也就是指关联品种,是指该股可能有B股、H股,或者是债券、权证什么的。股票名字前的字母含义:指数名字前的“G”是指“贡”字,也就是“贡献”的意思。你点一下可以看见所有股票对该指数的涨跌贡献度。股票名字前面“L”是指“联”,也就是指关联品种,是指该股可能有B股、H股,或者是债券、权证什么的。股票名称中的英文含义:分红类:XR,Exclud Right的缩写。表示该股已除权,购买这样的股票后将不再享有分红的权利; (这个符号在第二个交易日会自动消失,恢复成正常名称)DR,Dividend Right的缩写。表示除权除息,购买这样的股票不再享有送股派息的权利; (这个符号在第二个交易日会自动消失,恢复成正常名称)XD,ex (without) dividend的缩写。表示股票除息,购买这样的股票后将不再享有派息的权利。 (这个符号在第二个交易日会自动消失,恢复成正常名称)其他类:ST,这是对连续两个会计年度都出现亏损的公司施行的特别处理。ST即为亏损股。*ST,是连续三年亏损,有退市风险的意思,购买这样的股票要有比较好的基本面分析能力。N,新股上市首日的名称前都会加一个字母N,即英文NEW的意思;另外股改、重组、增发后复牌第一天也有字母N进行区别。(这个符号在第二个交易日会自动消失,恢复成正常名称)S*ST,指公司经营连续三年亏损,进行退市预警和还没有完成股改。SST,指公司经营连续二年亏损进行的特别处里和还没有完成股改。S,指还没有进行或完成股改的股票。NST,经过重组或股改重新恢复上市的ST股。*号说明公司有可能影响股价的最新信息公布或者市场有相关行业的政策信息等发布,进入该股票的K线或者分时线画面可以点击上面的*号查看信息内容。 问答:关于中国股票市场的英文介绍 大约3000字 回答:Stocks nosedive after record high close China stocks took a roller coaster ride in the first two sessions after the Spring Festival, suffering a record daily tumble Tuesday after reaching an all-time high the previous day. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks the bigger of China's stock exchanges, fell 268.81 points, or 8.84 per cent, to 2,771.79, the biggest fall in points since the index was launched. The Shenzhen Composite Index, which tracks the smaller of China's bourses, plummeted 66.3 points, or 8.54 per cent to 709.81. The Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 index of major companies in the two bourses, lost 250.18 points, or 9.24 per cent to 2,457.49. Led by big caps, more than 900 stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell the daily limit of 10 per cent. The Instrial and Commercial Bank of China, the nation's biggest lender, tumbled 7.86 per cent to 4.69 yuan. China Life, the country's biggest insurer, lost 9.02 per cent to 33.89 yuan. Instrial Bank, which made an A-share debut this month, was down 10 per cent to 24.11 yuan. China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec), Asia's biggest refiner, fell 10 per cent to 8.90 yuan. China Vanke Co., the nation's biggest property developer, went from 9.97 percent to 14.26. Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., China's biggest steelmaker, dropped 9.98 percent to 9.02. Citic Securities Co., the nation's biggest publicly traded brokerage, lost 9.70 per cent to 36.21 yuan. The decline came as some investors judged the Shanghai Composite Index's record closing high Monday to be excessive relative to earnings potential, according to Bloomberg News. "The market's very sensitive as it's been trading at record levels and some stocks are considered overvalued," Fan Dizhao, who helps manage about $1.8 billion with Guotai Asset Management Co. in Shanghai was quoted as saying. "Investors are nervous about recent rapid gains and aren't convinced further share-price increases can be sustained." Speculation about possible measures against illegal capital also dragged on the stocks, hexun.com reported. The government is to introce a series of measures to push the illegal capital out of the equity market ring the annual session of the National People's Congress, China's top legislature, and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, the country's top advisory body, the China Banking Regulatory Commission revealed Tuesday morning, according to speculations. Some analysts deemed the dive another round of natural correction as profit-taking pressure increased after the Shanghai index topped the psychologically important level of 3,000. 问答:求!!!!!!!一份股票市场中专用名词的英文 谢谢!!!!!!!!!! 回答:交易量 Trading volumetrading volume the number of shares, bonds or contracts traded ring a given period, for a security or an entire exchange.The bond market (also known as the debt, credit, or fixed income market) is a financial market where participants buy and sell debt securities, usually in the form of bonds. As of 2006, the size of the international bond market is an estimated $45 trillion, of which the size of the outstanding U.S. bond market debt was $25.2 trillion.Nearly all of the $923 billion average daily trading volume (as of early 2007) in the U.S. Bond Market[2] takes place between broker-dealers and large institutions in a decentralized, over-the-counter (OTC) market. However, a small number of bonds, primarily corporate, are listed on exchanges.References to the "bond market" usually refer to the government bond market, because of its size, liquidity, lack of credit risk and, therefore, sensitivity to interest rates. Because of the inverse relationship between bond valuation and interest rates, the bond market is often used to indicate changes in interest rates or the shape of the yield curve.Market structureBond markets in most countries remain decentralized and lack common exchanges like stock, future and commodity markets. This has occurred, in part, because no two bond issues are exactly alike, and the number of different securities outstanding is far larger.However, the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) is the largest centralized bond market, representing mostly corporate bonds. The NYSE migrated from the Automated Bond System (ABS) to the NYSE Bonds trading system in April 2007 and expects the number of traded issues to increase from 1000 to 6000.Types of bond marketsThe Securities Instry and Financial Markets Association classifies the broader bond market into five specific bond markets.Corporate Government & Agency Municipal Mortgage Backed, Asset Backed, and Collateralized Debt Obligation Funding Bond market participantsBond market participants are similar to participants in most financial markets and are essentially either buyers (debt issuer) of funds or sellers (institution) of funds and often both.Participants include:Institutional investors; Governments; Traders; and Indivials Because of the specificity of indivial bond issues, and the lack of liquidity in many smaller issues, the majority of outstanding bonds are held by institutions like pension funds, banks and mutual funds. In the United States, approximately 10% of the market is currently held by private indivials.Bond market volatilityFor market participants who own a bond, collect the coupon and hold it to maturity, market volatility is irrelevant; principal and interest are received according to a pre-determined schele.But participants who buy and sell bonds before maturity are exposed to many risks, most importantly changes in interest rates. When interest rates increase, the value of existing bonds fall, since new issues pay a higher yield. Likewise, when interest rates decrease, the value of existing bonds rise, since new issues pay a lower yield. This is the fundamental concept of bond market volatility: changes in bond prices are inverse to changes in interest rates. Fluctuating interest rates are part of a country's monetary policy and bond market volatility is a response to expected monetary policy and economic changes.Economists' views of economic indicators versus actual released data contribute to market volatility. A tight consensus is generally reflected in bond prices and there is little price movement in the market after the release of "in-line" data. If the economic release differs from the consensus view the market usually undergoes rapid price movement as participants interpret the data. Uncertainty (as measured by a wide consensus) generally brings more volatility before and after an economic release. Economic releases vary in importance and impact depending on where the economy is in the business cycle.Bond investmentsInvestment companies allow indivial investors the ability to participate in the bond markets through bond funds, closed-end funds and unit-investment trusts. In 2006 total bond fund net inflows increased 97% from $30.8 billion in 2005 to $60.8 billion in 2006.[4] Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are another alternative to trading or investing directly in a bond issue. These securities allow indivial investors the ability to overcome large initial and incremental trading sizes.Bond indicesMain article: Bond market indexA number of bond indices exist for the purposes of managing portfolios and measuring performance, similar to the S&P 500 or Russell Indexes for stocks. The most common American benchmarks are the Lehman Aggregate, Citigroup BIG and Merrill Lynch Domestic Master. Most indices are parts of families of broader indices that can be used to measure global bond portfolios, or may be further subdivided by maturity and/or sector for managing specialized portfolios.'See alsoBond Government bond Corporate bond Bond market index Interest rate risk Primary market Secondary market Bond Valuation股票配资平台_炒股配资公司_配资炒股(https://p2pux.com/)
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