Finance&Economy
Former Morgan Stanley Exec Faces Charges
[2008-07-21]
Du Jun, former managing director for Morgan Stanley has been charged by Hong Kong authorities with criminal insider trading.
Shenzhen Bourse Report Blasts Regulators
[2008-07-18]
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
[2008-07-18]
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
[2008-07-17]
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
[2008-07-17]
A pilot project in Tianjin may be a first step toward wider regulatory reforms and insurance privatization.
State Investor Announces Board Makeover
[2008-07-17]
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
[2008-07-16]
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
[2008-07-16]
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
[2008-07-16]
Investors pushed share prices lower on the Shanghai exchange while anticipating the next round of macroeconomic figures.
Spot Trader Investigated for Investor Fraud
[2008-07-15]
Investors may have been bilked by the founder of a spot commodity exchange based in Inner Mongolia.
Analysts Say Shanghai Index Near Bottom
[2008-07-15]
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
[2008-07-15]
After years with government agencies, Li Jiange has been named chairman of China International Capital Corp.
Spot Commodity Exchange Unmonitored
[2008-07-14]
Inadequate supervision of spot commodity trading, and banks unfittingly settling third party deals.
Developer to Issue Bonds for Financing
[2008-07-14]
Bonds are becoming a funding alternative for developers pressured by tightening credit controls.
Solving China's Compensation Equation
[2008-07-14]
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
[2008-07-11]
The government stepped up foreign capital supervision, but truly dousing the flames of speculation requires a stronger yuan.
Short-lived Rebound for Shanghai Exchange
[2008-07-10]
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
[2008-07-09]
Facing a liquidity crunch and regulatory pressure, Chinese property developers are shifting to corporate bonds.
Shanghai Index Rises for 3rd Day in a Row
[2008-07-09]
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
[2008-07-08]
Beijing authorities have given five banks the go-ahead to offer yuan-denominated bonds to Hong Kong investors.
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