|Ounce||Chinese Yuan||Chinese Yuan||Ounce|
|1 Ounce =||8414.01 CNY||1 CNY=||0.00012 Ounce|
|2 Ounce =||16828.02 CNY||2 CNY=||0.00024 Ounce|
|5 Ounce =||42070.04 CNY||5 CNY=||0.00059 Ounce|
|10 Ounce =||84140.08 CNY||10 CNY=||0.00119 Ounce|
|20 Ounce =||168280.16 CNY||20 CNY=||0.00238 Ounce|
|25 Ounce =||210350.2 CNY||25 CNY=||0.00297 Ounce|
|50 Ounce =||420700.39 CNY||50 CNY=||0.00594 Ounce|
|100 Ounce =||841400.78 CNY||100 CNY=||0.01188 Ounce|
|1000 Ounce =||8414007.84 CNY||1000 CNY=||0.11885 Ounce|
China is become the largest gold producer in the worldwide since 2007. Gold production is throughout the country, mainly concentrated in Shandong, Henan, Jiangxi, Fujian, Yunnan, etc. China also is the top consumer of gold - the Chinese love to store gold to keep their value and love to wear the gold jewelry. China's official gold holdings are 1,054.1 ton.
The Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) is one of the largest commodities markets in Chinese mainland, located in Lujiazui, in the Pudong district of Shanghai. In December 1999, the SHFE was formed from Shanghai Foodstuffs Commodity Exchange, the amalgamation of the Shanghai Metal Exchange, and the Shanghai Commodity Exchange. In September 2008, SHFE start to trade gold futures. It is a self-regulated, non-profit-seeking incorporated body, with 219 members, overseen by the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
Trading hours: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM; 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM; 9:00 PM - 2:30 AM
The Chinese Gold and Silver Exchange Society (CGSE) were opened in 1910 as the Gold and Silver Exchange Company and changed its name in 1918. The CGSE plays an important role in Hong Kong's gold market. It offers international and local traders with continuity and liquidity that attracts speculators, investors, hedgers and arbitrageurs. Since the Hong Kong covers the Asia time zone, its market's gold prices influence the gold market of New York, London or European.
Trading hours: 09:00 - 12:00 a.m. 14:00 - 17:00 p.m. (Monday to Friday)
The Chinese Gold Panda is a series of gold coins released by the People's Republic of China. In 1982, the Chinese Gold Panda was first issued by the official mint of the People's Republic of China. Its weight is 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/10, or 1/20 Troy ounces. In additional, the panda design changes every year (with a single exception).