Chinese Stocks Plunge to 14-Month Low
Rising producer prices and another hike in required bank reserves pummeled the Shanghai and Shenzhen markets.
150 Bn Yuan Pension Fund Allowed Investing
A total 150 billion yuan of China's pension fund is allowed to invest directly in equity funds and enterprises.
End of the Line for Share Segment Warrants
Small traders lost and institutional investors made a killing through China's share segmentation warrants, a financial innovation whose time is up.
Financial Tycoon Lives and Dies in Private
The suicide of Wei Dong ended the life of a mysterious financier who was controversial – and under investigation.
Telecom Halted Slump
Telecom slightly advanced as feelings toward China's policy merger mixed.
Finer Details Inked for Wholesale Stock Selling
China Clear published new guidance for wholesale trading clearance.
China Merchant Acquires a HK Bank to Seek Expansion
China Merchant acquiring WLB seeking to expand into, marking the first time a Chinese bank will acquire a controlling stake in a bank outside of mainland China.
Rules on Credit Information Services Studied
After years of study, China's first set of rules on credit information services is likely to be released next year.
Confident SocGen CEO Bares All In Beijing
'Everything is clear,' Frederic Oudea told Beijing regulators waiting for details of a huge fraud case. 'SocGen is in good shape.'
Real Estate Lenders Warned of Rising Risk
Banking regulators are warning banks to watch out for bad loans as credit tightens and sales stagnate.
BoA Raises its Stake in China Construction Bank
Bank of America plans to continue increasing shares in China Construction Bank, despite earlier pessimism.
Regulators Seesaw on Stock, Margin Lending
Despite two years of regulatory planning and market speculation, China still has no agenda for addressing potentially risky stock and margin lending.
Decision Time for Bad Assets Management
A decade after Chinese banks handed 1.4 trillion yuan in bad debt to state-owned asset managers, a debt pile remains while managers ponder the future.
SSE Working Out Details for Returned H-Share
The Shanghai Stock Exchange is building regulations to coax companies back to mainland bourses.
Catastrophe Financing Mechanism Urged
Catastrophe financing mechanisms are being called for to protect enterprises and individuals from future disasters.
Sichuan Property Toll May Top 190 Billion Yuan
Based on early data from the Sichuan earthquake, insurance experts have estimated huge property losses from the disaster but modest insurance claims.
Metals Investors Absorb Sichuan Aftershock
Futures contract prices on the Shanghai exchange have declined since the May 12 earthquake, which shook regions tied to zinc and copper production.
Quake May Lift Prices of Pork and Grain
The May 12 earthquake that jolted southwest China may add inflationary pressure as prices of meat and grain will rise in short term.
Slight Economic Impact from Quake Expected
The earthquake could lead to higher food prices, pinch labor supplies and hurt business. But analysts say China's overall economy will feel little pain.
Insurance Stocks Retreat on Shanghai Market
Although experts predicted limited economic impact from the Sichuan earthquake, investors sent insurance stock prices lower on mainland exchanges.
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