Former Morgan Stanley Exec Faces Charges
Du Jun, former managing director for Morgan Stanley has been charged by Hong Kong authorities with criminal insider trading.
Shenzhen Bourse Report Blasts Regulators
Government regulators were heavily criticized in a report quickly expunged from the Shenzhen stock market’s Web site.
Shanghai Stocks Rally on Lower Oil Prices
Prices rose for oil and bank stocks, but China's GDP growth and inflation news continued shadowing the Shanghai exchange.
Investors Sell on China's Slower Economy
New statistics showing a slowdown in China's GDP growth contributed to another decline in the Shanghai stock index.
Regulators Ease Up on Insurance Industry
A pilot project in Tianjin may be a first step toward wider regulatory reforms and insurance privatization.
State Investor Announces Board Makeover
A new chairman and board of directors have been picked to run state-owned Central Huijin Investment.
China Won’t Sink More Cash into Barclays
Beijing authorities rejected a plan to increase a policy bank’s stake in the British bank Barclays, which has been shaken by the credit crisis.
Shaky Preparations for Securities Firm IPOs
A bear market challenges IPO hopefuls in the securities sector, such as Everbright Securities. But the clock is ticking.
China Stocks Slip Ahead of Economic Data
Investors pushed share prices lower on the Shanghai exchange while anticipating the next round of macroeconomic figures.
Spot Trader Investigated for Investor Fraud
Investors may have been bilked by the founder of a spot commodity exchange based in Inner Mongolia.
Analysts Say Shanghai Index Near Bottom
After another down day in Shanghai, analysts said investors may be ready to buy financial and property stock again.
Beijing Reformer Shifts to Investment Bank
After years with government agencies, Li Jiange has been named chairman of China International Capital Corp.
Spot Commodity Exchange Unmonitored
Inadequate supervision of spot commodity trading, and banks unfittingly settling third party deals.
Developer to Issue Bonds for Financing
Bonds are becoming a funding alternative for developers pressured by tightening credit controls.
Solving China's Compensation Equation
How to pay the people who run SOEs has become a difficult question as China's market-oriented economic reforms have progressed.
Hot Money Issue Burning Ears in Beijing
The government stepped up foreign capital supervision, but truly dousing the flames of speculation requires a stronger yuan.
Short-lived Rebound for Shanghai Exchange
A three-day gain was all the Shanghai Composite Index could muster as share prices returned to negative territory.
Developers Turn to Bonds for Cash Needs
Facing a liquidity crunch and regulatory pressure, Chinese property developers are shifting to corporate bonds.
Shanghai Index Rises for 3rd Day in a Row
Property, oil and financial stocks scored solid gains on the Shanghai exchange, which has been rallying this week.
Hong Kong to Host Chinese Bank Bonds
Beijing authorities have given five banks the go-ahead to offer yuan-denominated bonds to Hong Kong investors.
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