EU Mulls Higher Tariffs Against Cheap Chinese Goods
[2011-08-12]
The European Union is considering raising tariffs to fight against cheap Chinese goods, the Commerce Department said in a statement Thursday
China Export May be Affected by Possible U.S. QE3: Official
[2011-08-11]
China's exports may be affected on further quantitative easing police that is likely to be launched by the United States
H2 Monetary Policy Could be Hardly Loosened: Paper
[2011-08-11]
There could hardly be an ease in future monetary policy, except for relatively small adjustments
China July Trade Beats Expectation: HSBC Report
[2011-08-10]
With inflation still high and growth still robust, we don't think it is yet the right time for Beijing to ease its monetary policy stance.
CNY3Trl Flow to Grey Market: China Bank Regulator
[2011-08-10]
Some state-own guarantor and finance companies are also involved in such practices, using funds from the state-controlled lenders
A 50Pct Chance of a Double Dip: Morgan Stanley Asia Chief
[2011-08-10]
There is a 50 percent chance of a double dip for global economy as unexpected shockwaves increase, said Stephen Roach, Asia Chairman of the U.S. investment bank Morgan Stanley
U.S. Fed to Keep Rates at Record Lows Until Mid-2013
[2011-08-10]
The benchmark rates will be retained between zero and 0.25 percent, the Federal Open Market Committee said, while sketching a dim outlook for the U.S. economy.
Not yet the Right Time to Ease:HSBC Report
[2011-08-09]
Despite current turmoil in international financial markets, domestic inflationary pressures remain high. It is not yet the right time to ease.
July CPI Rose 6.5Pct; PPI Soared 56.7Pct
[2011-08-09]
The consumer price index grew 6.5 percent in July year-on-year, driven by a 56.7 percent hike in pork prices; PPI rose 7.5 percent.
US Stock, Oil Nose-Dived with Gold Hitting Another Peak After U.S. Downgrade
[2011-08-09]
U.S. stock market nose-dived on Monday; crude-oil futures plummet to the lowest since November 2010; gold prices scaled another peak
G7 Ministers & Governors Pledge Co-operation in Sustaining Stability, Growth
[2011-08-08]
The finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group Seven pledged to sustain global financial stability amid concerns on U.S. rating downgrade.
Impact From Reduction in Stock Holdings to Repay Local Debts to be Limited, Says Brokerages
[2011-08-08]
There has been a wide concern that if local governments choose to reduce holdings in equities, the stock market will suffer.
China Foreign Minister Calls for "Responsible" Monetary Policies From U.S.
[2011-08-05]
China Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, who is visiting Poland, urged the United States to be responsible in its monetary policies and protect the dollar investment of other nations.
China Mulls U.S. Type of Retirement Plan
[2011-08-05]
The bottleneck squeezed china is whether it can follow the example of U.S. tax-delay mechanism, which may require much more support from the financial and tax departments.
China to Continue Diversify Forex Investment, Says Governor
[2011-08-03]
China will continue to diversity its foreign exchange reserve investment to reduce negative impacts from fluctuations in global financial market
A Policy Bank in Need to Take on Local Vehicles Loans: Standard Chartered
[2011-08-02]
China could transfer much of its loans to the funding vehicles of local government to a major policy bank to solve the problem loans
China Official PMI Hit a 29-Month Low of 50.7 in July
[2011-08-01]
China's official purchasing managers' index dipped to 50.7 percent in July from June’s 50.9
HSBC China Manufacturing PMI at 49.3: HSBC Report
[2011-08-01]
At 49.3,the reading of manufacturing PMI is consistent with an IP growth rate of around 12-13%, leaving enough room for Beijing to keep tightening measures in place through 3Q to check inflation.
Big Mac Index Suggests Yuan at Correct Level
[2011-07-29]
The Chinese currency’s value against the dollars is at a reasonable level, at least when measured under the Economist’s Big Mac Index
Interest Rates should Rise Faster, Economist
[2011-07-29]
The interest rate growth, which is lagged behind the inflation, should be strengthened, a renowned Chinese economist suggested.
Hong Kong Yuan Deposits Grew Just CNY4.8bln in June
[2011-07-29]
Yuan-deposit in Hong Kong grew only 4.8 billion yuan in June, compared with the average 46 billion yuan of increase in the previous five months
China Industrial Companies' Profits Grew 28.7 Pct in H1
[2011-07-27]
Chinese industrial companies profits grew 28.7 percent from a year earlier in the first six months this year to 2.41 trillion yuan
China Pork Prices Down While Prices of Aquatic Product, Sugar Soar
[2011-07-27]
Pork prices, a major contributor of June’s record 6.4 percent of inflation growth, declined slightly by 0.2 percent last week
China Shares Closed Lower After Train Collision
[2011-07-25]
Chinese shares closed lower today, dragged down by the railway infrastructure sector after a train collision in Zhejiang province.
Bank of China May on Basel Important Bank List, Media
[2011-07-25]
Bank of China Ltd., is likely to be on the list of 28 globally systematically important banks marked by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision.
China Voices Reservations on IMF's Report on Yuan
[2011-07-22]
China has voiced reservations regarding an IMF report saying that the yuan is “substantially” undervalued by 3 to 23 percent, depending on the methodology used.
HSBC Flash China PMI in July Points to Contraction: Report
[2011-07-21]
HSBC's China Flash PMI for July dropped sharply to 48.9 in July, pointing to a monthly contraction in the country’s manufacturing sector for the first time in 12 months.
China Denies Rumors of International Board's Details Release
[2011-07-21]
The international board was indeed approaching nearer and nearer but details of the launch was still unknown
China Regulator Asks Banks to "Prudently" Cooperate with Local Gov.
[2011-07-21]
Chinese banking regulator has ordered banks to “prudently” work together with local governments on strategic cooperation, and place further controls over housing credit risks
Beijing Sees a 48Pct Decline in Land-Transferring Fee in H1
[2011-07-20]
Land-transferring fee in Beijing, capital of China, declined 48 percent in the first half of this year from a year ago.
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