IMF Names Zhu Min Advisor
Mr. Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), named Mr. Zhu Min, currently Vice President of the People's Bank of China, as a special advisor to the Managing Director
Ben Bernanke Reaffirmed Low Interests Rate
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said on Feb.24 that record-low interest rates are still needed to ensure that the economic recovery will last and to help fight against high unemployment
Latin America'ISA Hits the Highest Level
Latin America's Economic Climate Index (ECI) hit its highest level in Jan. since July 2007, according to a poll
Blog:Building Safety by Increasing Vulnerability
There are many system that archived safety, not by making it more safe, but by making it more vulnerable
Chinese Shares up on Strength in Consumer Goods Companies
Consumer goods shares outperformed as strong October retail sales data, released Wednesday, continued to buoy the sector.
Shanghai Shares Flat as Profit-Taking Offsets Strong Consumer Shares
Consumer goods retailers and producers were among the top gainers, drawing support from stronger-than-expected October retail sales data released on Wednesday.
Chinese Equities Ease on Weak October Loan, Investment Data
Chinese shares weakened on the lending data and slightly worse-than-expected fixed asset investment numbers.
China Oct. Retail Sales Up 16%
Driven by robust car and housing sales, China's retail sales accelerated in October.
China Oct. New Lending Drops Over 50% From September
New lending in October by Chinese commercial banks dropped to the lowest level of 2009 due to instructions from the central bank to rein in credit.
Editorial: A Wrongheaded, Sheltered Start for ChiNext
The lesson from the ChiNext launch is as old as China's stock market: Too much regulatory protection leads to speculation.
Andy Xie: Why China and Japan Need an East Asia Bloc
Withering exports and asset bubbles have forced Asians – especially China and Japan -- to work harder at free trade pacts.
China Stocks up as IPO, Weak Miners Offset Economic Optimism
The property and vehicle sectors led the gains, helping lift the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index 0.1 percent to 3,178.61 points.
Economist: Leaving Old, Toothless Tigers in the Dust
Emerging markets are still the economies to watch now that the Asian Tigers have joined the boring, developed nations club.
Shanghai Index Edges up Ahead of Oct. Economic Data
Analysts said that the market will be largely affected by how much the government changes its policy.
China Stocks up on Wall St Gains, Monetary Policy Expectations
The market will rally into the next year, as domestic monetary policy will be stable and October economic data and new lending figures are likely to beat expectations, said analyst.
Big Banks Pass a Torch for Credit Lending
Loan-writing by China's largest banks slowed after several frantic months, but small banks and financial firms have joined the race.
Cinda Tries a New Trail on Bad Debt Trek
One of China's major distressed asset managers, Cinda, appears to be ready for reform. But questions – and bad debt – linger.
Shanghai Index up as US Rate Decision Offsets Metal Weakness
U.S. Federal Reserve's rate decision eased investor concerns about monetary tightening in China, which would hurt the economic recovery.
CNPC, BP Start Work on Iraqi Rumaila Oil Field
British and Chinese oil giants will form a joint venture with Iraq's state-owned oil company to jointly develop the Rumaila oil field.
China Tax Revenue Up 2.2% in First Nine Months
As China's economic growth accelerated, its tax revenues in the first nine months also picked up.
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