Lesson 107. Stocks and Stock Market in Chinese.

Finally, there is a lesson related to trading stocks in Mandarin Chinese. Learn about different types of stocks that exist in Mainland China and what’s the difference, also what kind of stocks a foreigner in China can buy. PDF lesson transcript is available at www.melnyks.com

6 comments

  1. Peter says:

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  2. DoraYao says:

    Ninhao! Serge

    I just discover your wonderful podcast and website today! I’m also excited to know about you. I find your lessons very useful and interesting. Can’t wait to see your new lessons.

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  3. Eric says:

    Dear Serge,

    Thank you for the instructions. I really like the podcasts and am excited
    about learning Chinese. I am going to China the end of May, for 3 months
    to be an English Teacher, and I am very excited. I am trying to get a head
    start with the language.
    Thank you for your great service.

    Have a great day,
    Sincerely,
    Eric

  4. Serge says:

    Thanks Gregory, indeed, 熊市(xióng shì)-Bear market and 牛市 (niú shì)-Bull market are very common expressions used in conversations about stock market.
    I believe they are a direct translation from English.

  5. Gregory Rayner says:

    Serge,
    Don’t forget these fun expressions:
    熊市(xióng shì) Bear market
    牛市 (niú shì) Bull market

    Gregory

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