Analyst: China Sept. Non-Manufacturer PMI Decline Normal
An analyst with a securities firm pointed out that a drop in China's September non-manufacturer PMI does not signal a trend reversal.
China Stocks Up on Rising Commodities, Foreign Economic Data
Investor sentiment got a boost from better-than-expected U.S. jobless claims data and a rate rise in Australia on Oct. 6, when Chinese markets were closed.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part IV)
Comprehensive Reforms, 1994 to 2009. As reforms deepened, a battle between pro- and anti-reform factions became increasingly fierce.
U.S. Firms Upbeat on Their Business in China
Despite bad times, U.S. companies are optimistic about the profitability of their China units in 2009.
China Pushes for New Quota System
China proposed an automatic mechanism to adjust an IMF member's quota in line with its changing economic power.
'Macroprudential' in the Eye of a Regulator Storm
A debate over a proposed macroprudential approach to financial regulation is focusing China's central bank and three sector supervisors.
Lawsuit Barrage Exposes Credit Swindling Secrets
A businessman allegedly used bank credit, offshore companies and copper imports in a bogus financing scheme that soaked traders.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part III)
Incremental Reform, 1979-'93. State and private sectors coexisted.
BA-Merrill Lynch: China Holiday Spending Drives Recovery
Strong retail sales during the National Day holidays offer more evidence for the argument that China's consumption growth is a vital contributor to global economic recovery.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress (Part II)
Decentralizing the Command Economy, 1958-'78. Multiple transfers of administrative power brought disorder and ended in a return to centralized power.
Economist: Prestige, Pitfalls and Perils of a Reserve Currency
A currency with global reserve status can benefit the issuing country. But disadvantages and market decisions cannot be ignored.
MCC Debut: Turning Point for China's IPOs?
Dual IPOs that raised US$ 5.3 billion for Metallurgical Corp. of China could portend a big change for Chinese stock debuts.
China's Economy: 60 Years of Progress
China has paid a high price for economic transformation since 1949. It's reaping dividends, but the reform process must continue.
China Manufacturing Sector Expands in September
Purchasing manager's index in September indicates strong growth in factory output, orders and employment.
Cigna & CMC Life Fined for Misleading Sales Tactics
A life insurance joint-venture violated China's insurance law by giving falsified accounts when replying to customer's questions about payments and contract periods.
Shanghai Index Closes Lower on Pre-Holiday Caution, GEM Liquidity Pressure
Investors remained cautious a day ahead of an eight-day shutdown of the stock exchanges for the National Day holiday.
Analysts: Securities Firms Set to Cash in on GEM Launch
An analyst said securities firms could see returns on their investments in GEM firms within two or three years.
Funds Flow out of China's Futures Market
Positions fell in all the domestic futures contracts except polyethylene in China's three major markets before the National Day holiday.
Major Banks Agree to Sales Commissions for Distributing PE Products
New commission plans between banks and private equity firms will replace floating compensation arrangements.
Economist: Plenty of Hot Air, But So Far No Bubble
Despite market chatter and China's rise, necessary preconditions for an asset bubble in the emerging world haven't surfaced yet.
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