Shares of These Companies Are Rising After China Abandoned Its One Child Policy

Everything baby-related is getting a bump.

China to Allow Two Children for All Couples: Xinhua

China is making a big change, announcing on Thursday that it will do away with the one-child policy introduced in 1979. There are a few potential responses behind the move, but no matter what led to the decision, it's currently reverberating across global markets and impacting currencies, commodities and stocks. 

Here's a quick glimpse at stocks seeing a bounce. 

Mead Johnson Nutrition, which makes nutritional products for the young. 

Mead Johnson
Mead Johnson

Danone SA, also a food processing company that makes baby food, among other things. 

Danone SA
Danone SA

Biostime International Holdings, focuses on providing nutrition and baby care products. 

Biostime International Holdings
Biostime International Holdings

Johnson & Johnson, a household name that makes a number of products that can be used by young children and other age groups. 

Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson

Synutra International, which makes infant formula and other products. 

Synutra International 
Synutra International 

Goodbaby International Holdings, a maker of strollers, car safety seats, cribs and other items used by children. 

Goodbaby International
Goodbaby International

TAL Education Group, an after-school tutoring company for grades K-12 in China.

TAL Education Group
TAL Education Group
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