Despite Medals, Shanghai Market Wallows
Stock values fell on the Shanghai exchange for a third day, despite an improved inflation report and an upbeat Olympics.
Shanghai Index Plunges on Olympics Anxieties
Shanghai stocks dropped over 5 percent, dragged down by a slide of sectors tied to the Beijing Olympics.
Olympics Economy: Games of Prediction
Forecasters of a post-Olympics economic slowdown for China overlook what economists say happened in other host countries.
Bogus Financing Slips on Olive Oil Scheme
Olive oil apparently seemed like the perfect vehicle for a usury plot until the financing chain snapped, and police moved in.
No Olympics Windfall
The much anticipated Olympic crowds have not materialized, leaving Beijing with empty rooms and empty seats.
China Can No Longer Be Successful On Its Own
Economists highlight the need for cautious mechanism, a system to monitor economic cycles.
CDB Investment Bucks the Boys Upstairs
By pouring more into Barclays, China Development Bank balked at critics but exposed holes in foreign investment strategy.
Two More Securities Firms Allowed into PE
Huatai and Guosen Securities win the race to private equity investments.
UBS Upbeat About Chinese Bank Earnings
The investment firm’s latest forecast says Chinese bank profits should jump nearly 50 percent this year but slow in 2009.
Guangdong Sketches Economic Overhaul
A province that now drives China’s export-based manufacturing plans to shift its focus to the service sector in coming years.
Four Banks Advancing on Insurance Front
The end of lengthy regulatory review may be near for investment proposals from banks itching to enter the insurance market.
Bank of China Buys Swiss Funds Manager
BOC’s move is designed to give the Chinese bank experience in Swiss-style asset management as well as client access.
Sohu Proposes IPO for Games Subsidiary
With online games sales accounting for almost 50 percent of revenues, Sohu is ready to list a new games provider.
CDB Invests Despite State Council
CDB has maintained its stake in the British bank Barclays, ignoring regulatory disapproval.
Four Funds Get Backing Before PE Freeze
The last of China’s old-style private equity funds have been approved, setting the stage for a market-driven process.
Rethinking China's Tight Monetary Policy
Facing so many variables -- credit control, price distortion, export pressure, and more -- should policymakers change course?
Regulatory Cracks Surface in Fraud Probe
An online commodity exchange operator apparently flew the coop with client cash, raising questions about market oversight.
Economic Crises and Survival of the Fittest
Oil price controls and reliance on exports will be affected by the economic downturn in the U.S. Yet survival is possible.
Mergers and Acquisitions Surge in China
M&A activity ballooned in the second quarter, with manufacturing and real estate deals leading the charge.
Hard Knocks for a Policy Bank in Transition
China Development Bank was already wrestling with transition issues when its latest Barclays stock plan was shot down.
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