NYSE Chief Invites Chinese IPOs in 2009
[2008-11-05]
The head of the New York exchange assured Chinese firms that the coming year holds promise, despite a U.S. recession.
Central Bank Loosens Strings for Lending
[2008-11-04]
The central bank has decided to adjust its credit rules to encourage more lending by China's commercial banks.
Reshuffling Begins for State Finance Arms
[2008-11-04]
Two branches of China’s sovereign wealth fund, Central Huijin and China Jianyin, will take on new assignments.
Banks Rise on News of Eased Lending
[2008-11-03]
While the overall market dipped slightly, Chinese banks got a boost from news that the government is raising limits on commercial lending.
Regulations Relaxed for Securities Firms
[2008-11-03]
CSRC issued a new measure that clarifies, and in some instances strengthened, financial regulations.
Macro Review: China's Growth in 2008
[2008-11-03]
With weakening external demand, China may not be able to continue a fifth year of double-digit growth.
Finance & Economy Oct. 27 to 31
[2008-11-01]
Finance & Economy Oct. 27 to 31: Central Bank Cut Interest Rates, Beijing University Set up National School of Development, Zhengzhou Government Buys Housing, Interest Income Taxes Waived and more
Reports of Slow 3Q Pulled Down Market
[2008-10-31]
The Shanghai Composite Index fell 1.97 percent October 31, to close at 1728. A recent lowering of interests rates seemed to have little effect.
Short-Selling Put on Ice for Chinese Stocks
[2008-10-31]
Regulators eyeing liberalization of the Chinese stock market gave a go-ahead for margin trading but balked at short-selling.
Citic Pacific Stung by 'Cowboy' Investment
[2008-10-31]
Citic Pacific – and other Chinese firms – bet the wrong way on risky foreign exchange instruments. Was fraud involved?
Macro Review: High Time for China to Spend More
[2008-10-27]
Shen Minggao advocates for privatizing foreign reserves, developing bond markets, and further facilitating market access for the private sector.
Finance & Economy Oct. 20 to 24
[2008-10-24]
Finance & Economy Oct. 20 to 24: GDP rise, fund performance, lending to SMEs, Jianyin investment, mortgage interest rate, Citic's forex contracs, American T-bonds, export tax rebate, Korean bailout plan
New Marching Orders for Securities Firms
[2008-10-23]
Two branches of China’s sovereign wealth fund, Central Huijin and China Jianyin, will take on new assignments.
CITIC Pacific's Forex Disaster
[2008-10-22]
An internal audit committee from CITIC Pacific pinned the blame for the staggering losses on the financial director and financial controller。
China Opens Exchangeable Bonds System
[2008-10-21]
Exchangeable bonds represent the latest effort to encourage investment and boost China's slumping A-share market.
CITIC Pacific Facing Forex Losses
[2008-10-21]
The Hong Kong-listed arm of CITIC says it expects as much as HK$ 14.7 billion in losses from leveraged foreign exchange contracts.
Shanghai Composite Index up 2.25 Percent
[2008-10-20]
Better-than-expected third-quarter figures and the possibility of policy incentives give a boost to the market.
The Current Economic Slowdown
[2008-10-20]
The current economic downturn is unlikely to deteriorate the over-capacity problem or result in deflation.
CIC to Increase Stake in Blackstone
[2008-10-20]
The sovereign wealth fund China Investment Corporation will increase its Blackstone holdings to 12.5 percent.
Brokers Prepare for Stock, Margin Lending
[2008-10-17]
After meeting brokerage chiefs, regulators started putting the final touch on a lending program that may boost the stock market.
Reserve Contradicts CIC’s Claim
[2008-10-17]
CIC is not guaranteed to receive the full principal on its investment in the Reserve’s Primary Fund, according to a recent Reserve press release.
CIC Denies Losses
[2008-10-16]
China Investment Corporation says it will reclaim fully on its investments in the Fund.
Red Flags Fly Over Stock Buybacks
[2008-10-16]
A well-intentioned stock buyback program on China’s A-share market is apparently breeding a new variety of insider trading.
China's Race Against Economic Slowdown
[2008-10-16]
Interest rate cuts were a positive step, but experts say deeper policy adjustments are needed to maintain economic growth.
Heads Roll at Chinese Securities Firms
[2008-10-15]
Jobs and salaries are on the chopping block as China's investment banks and big securities firms react to the market meltdown.
Monetary Easing Is 'Not Enough' for China
[2008-10-15]
Surviving the global economic downturn will require more than policy steps, such as rate cuts. China needs a proactive plan.
Stock and Margin Lending Plan on Track
[2008-10-14]
Detailed guidelines for a pilot stock and margin lending program can be expected within the week, says a source close to CSRC.
Financial Stocks Soared on Street Rumor
[2008-10-13]
The Shanghai Composite Index climbed 3.6 percent Monday, closing up for the first time in seven consecutive trading days.
Investors Pummel Shanghai Stocks Again
[2008-10-10]
A government-led stock buyback program failed to inspire market players in Shanghai, where Chinese banks took a beating.
China Inches Toward Margin Lending Plan
[2008-10-10]
Securities executives and regulators have discussed plans for a stock and margin lending project backed by the State Council.
China's Central Bank Joins Rate Cut Fury
[2008-10-09]
By cutting interest rates in step with central banks worldwide, China appears to be loosening monetary policy.
Microfinancing Misses Underground Banks
[2008-10-09]
Contrary to expectations, micro financing in Zhejiang has not brought the region's underground banking system into the open.
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.
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