Finance&Economy
Despite Medals, Shanghai Market Wallows
[2008-08-12]
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
[2008-08-11]
Shanghai stocks dropped over 5 percent, dragged down by a slide of sectors tied to the Beijing Olympics.
Olympics Economy: Games of Prediction
[2008-08-08]
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
[2008-08-08]
Olive oil apparently seemed like the perfect vehicle for a usury plot until the financing chain snapped, and police moved in.
No Olympics Windfall
[2008-08-05]
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
[2008-08-04]
Economists highlight the need for cautious mechanism, a system to monitor economic cycles.
CDB Investment Bucks the Boys Upstairs
[2008-08-04]
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
[2008-08-01]
Huatai and Guosen Securities win the race to private equity investments.
UBS Upbeat About Chinese Bank Earnings
[2008-07-30]
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
[2008-07-30]
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
[2008-07-30]
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
[2008-07-29]
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
[2008-07-29]
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
[2008-07-28]
CDB has maintained its stake in the British bank Barclays, ignoring regulatory disapproval.
Four Funds Get Backing Before PE Freeze
[2008-07-24]
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
[2008-07-23]
Facing so many variables -- credit control, price distortion, export pressure, and more -- should policymakers change course?
Regulatory Cracks Surface in Fraud Probe
[2008-07-23]
An online commodity exchange operator apparently flew the coop with client cash, raising questions about market oversight.
Economic Crises and Survival of the Fittest
[2008-07-22]
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
[2008-07-22]
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
[2008-07-22]
China Development Bank was already wrestling with transition issues when its latest Barclays stock plan was shot down.
  • First 
  • Previous 
  • Next 
  • Last 
  •  
  • Go
  • Please contact Caijing Magazine for any inquiries. Reproduction in whole or in part without Caijing's permission is prohibited.
    [ICP License: 090027] IDC License:[B2-20040250] Advertising Business License:[京海工商广字第0407号] 京公网安备11010502005607号
    Copyright by Caijing. All Rights Reserved