Finance&Economy
China's $85 Billion Mystery Slowly Unravels
[2008-05-15]
Official statistics do not mention it, but short-term investment capital known as hot money is apparently flooding China. Experts say they know why.
Stocks Gain on Quake Rebuilding Prospects
[2008-05-14]
Insurance stocks revived after the companies reported limited exposure to the Sichuan earthquake, helping the Shanghai index rise nearly 100 points.
Officials Act to Prevent Quake Price Gouging
[2008-05-14]
Governments in the earthquake zone have been ordered by Beijing to monitor prices of food, water and medicine to protect victims from gouging.
Earthquake Shakes Up China
[2008-05-13]
Communications disruptions forced suspended trading for scores of companies based in Sichuan Province, scene of China's worst earthquake in decades.
China's CPI Continued Elevation in April
[2008-05-12]
Inflation report comes in higher than hoped for, but still no big surprise.
Credit Information Office Moves to Shanghai
[2008-05-09]
A central bank agency that handles credit data on companies and individuals left Beijing to become another finance industry feather in Shanghai's cap.
Cash-Hungry Developers Try the Back Door
[2008-05-08]
Accessing capital markets in the face of tighter controls on IPOs is possible for Chinese real estate developers willing to try a back-door listing technique.
Ex-Treasury Chief Urges Pause for Rate Cuts
[2008-05-08]
Speaking in Beijing, former U.S. Treasury secretary John Snow said central banks are running out of options for responding to the credit squeeze.
Share-Dumping Cases Rattle Chinese Market
[2008-05-08]
Property developers and a PetroChina subsidiary were accused of selling shares illegally to retail buyers before the mainland markets opened Thursday.
Shanghai Stocks Fall, Frustrating Prop Effort
[2008-05-07]
Although May is usually a bullish month on China's stock markets, wary investors in Shanghai and Shenzhen once again pushed stock prices lower.
Grain Supply Stabilizing China's Food Prices
[2008-05-07]
While food prices soar worldwide, China's economic planner said bumper grain harvests and strong reserves have fostered domestic self-sufficiency.
Market-Driven PE Funds Set to Launch
[2008-05-06]
Two new large RMB denominated funds are rising, and in a different fashion from the norm.
Airline Stocks Wobble on Market Rumors
[2008-05-06]
Share prices for China Eastern and Air China retreated on the Shanghai bourse after officials denied rumors about imminent mergers with other carriers.
Macroeconomic Policies Aim at Multiple Objectives
[2008-05-05]
China's economy is navigating through dangerous, quickening waters. What course will the central bankers helmsman take?
Save the Market from the Bear
[2008-05-05]
Is the hefty bear market picking itself back up on top of invisible legs?
Yongjin Group Chairman Commits Suicide
[2008-05-04]
Media report that a letter Wei's relatives provided to Sina.com on May 1 pointed to medical conditions that resulted in the entrepreneur's death.
Strong Bank Profits Boost Shanghai Investors
[2008-04-30]
Quarterly earnings for ICBC and Bankcomm topped analyst forecasts and injected confidence into the Shanghai market as investors prepared for holidays.
Shanghai Stocks Waver on Quarterly Reports
[2008-04-29]
A strong earnings report from Bank of China and a quarterly decline in PetroChina's income affected share prices on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Foreign Reserves Seek Higher Investment Returns
[2008-04-28]
SAFE searches out higher returns to compensate for US dollar denominated losses.
Shanghai Shares Fall Modestly After Surge
[2008-04-25]
Investors retreated slightly Friday in Shanghai after sending the market index soaring a day earlier on a government decision to cut stock trade duties.
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