Hong Kong’s Hang Seng file adds three new individuals.

Hong Kong’s benchmark Hang Seng Index on Monday will see the consideration of vehicle and development glass provider Xinyi Glass, active apparel retailer Li-Ning and loan specialist China Merchants Bank in the furthest down the line reshuffle to its constituents.

The complete number of constituent individuals on the Hang Seng Index has now expanded to 60 from 58.

Bank of Communications was taken out from the Hang Seng record on Monday. The constituent changes to the record was declared in August after its June quarter audit.

HSI upgrade plans

In March, file supplier Hang Seng Indexes had reported plans to build the quantity of individuals on Hong Kong’s benchmark list to 80 by mid-2022 and to 100 from there on.

“The new upgrades to the HSI (Hang Seng Index) will additionally build its portrayal and make the Index more adjusted and differentiated,” said Anita Mo, CEO of Hang Seng Indexes, when the change was first mooted in March.

“These improvements will guarantee that the Index stays the main benchmark of the Hong Kong securities exchange and will proceed to develop and advance to stay up with the market,” she added.

No tech increases

Hang Seng Indexes, in its most recent reshuffle of the benchmark file, avoided web and innovation organizations that are at present under expanded examination from Beijing’s administrative range.

The most recent augmentations are purchaser, money and assembling firms, in accordance with the consideration of efficient power energy organization Xinyi Solar, automaker BYD and land firm Country Garden Services Holdings back in May.

On Monday, most recent considerations China Merchants Bank and Xinyi Glass were exchanging the red. Li Ning shares were up 0.6%. The HSI-rejected Bank of Communication was exchanging 1.2% lower Hong Kong.