Skittish CIC Sits Out Morgan Stanley Deal
[2008-10-08]
Morgan Stanley was too expensive for China’s sovereign wealth fund CIC, which has lost a lot of money in the past year.
No More 'One Size Fits All' Bank Reserves
[2008-10-08]
Regulators are preparing to adjust capital adequacy ratios to meet the specific needs of small- to medium-sized banks in China.
New Frontiers for China's Financial Sector
[2008-10-07]
Redrawing supervisory boundaries and relaxing controls would benefit China's financial services sector - and its economy.
On the Trail of a Likely Loan Dodger
[2008-10-06]
Bank investigators are trying to explain how a successful business in Huludao managed to dump its debt.
Safeguarding China in a U.S. Bailout
[2008-10-06]
China should protect its investments and seek higher returns if T-bond purchases factor into a Wall Street rescue.
Ping An Lost 10.5 Billion Yuan on Fortis
[2008-09-28]
As the largest shareholder of Fortis Group, Ping An Insurance was hit hard when the European company posted a 49 percent decline in net profit in the first half of 2008.
Rumors Blamed for Hong Kong Bank Run
[2008-09-25]
Authorities say unfounded, hostile text messages prompted a sudden rash of withdrawals at the Bank of East Asia.
Painful Tests for China's Commercial Banks
[2008-09-24]
Slowing economic growth and policy changes have significantly altered the loan business, a key income source for banks.
Dairy Stocks Plunge on Milk Contamination
[2008-09-23]
Shares prices for two major dairies fell to daily trading limits on the Shanghai exchange as the melamine scandal spread.
Milk Companies Have Trading Suspended
[2008-09-19]
Several of China's major milk producers have had trading suspened in the fallout of the recent contamination scandal.
Chinese Banks Rally, A-Share Market Slips
[2008-09-18]
News of limited exposure to Lehman Brothers debt helped boost bank stocks on an otherwise dampened Shanghai bourse.
Macro Review: Policy and External Demand
[2008-09-17]
Stimulating consumer demand could do a lot more for China's export-oriented economy than easing monetary policy.
Shanghai Stock Index Slips Below 2000
[2008-09-16]
People's Bank of China rate cuts that failed to encourage investors actually may have triggered economic worries.
The Olympic Promise
[2008-09-16]
Beijing got a lot out of the 2008 Olympics, but not everything the analysts predicted. Some economists knew better.
Home Mortgage Lending Sags in Shanghai
[2008-09-12]
A central bank report says consumers in China’s largest city are salting away their money rather than buying new homes.
August Data: Inflation Tamed and Real Estate Soft
[2008-09-12]
As the typically economic engines, such as real estate and autos, appear to be among the most sluggish, a slowdown in the overall economy looms.
Inflation Slows; Shanghai Investors Shrug
[2008-09-10]
A surprisingly lower consumer price index failed to inspire trading on the Shanghai exchange, where the index climbed slightly.
Bond Plan Opens Funding Avenue to SMEs
[2008-09-10]
But the government project designed to help 44 companies raise 4 billion yuan has been criticized as a political move.
China Proposes Exchangeable Bonds
[2008-09-08]
China’s securities regulators designed exchangeable bonds as a means of easing the pressure resulting from newly freed shares from lock-up period.
Foreign Reserve Agency Invested in 50 British Firms
[2008-09-08]
SAFE, China’s foreign reserve agency, has bought British shares valuing 3.66 billion pounds, including several banks.
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