China Auditors Take Close Look at Bank Lending
[2009-09-04]
China's audit agency launched a probe into bank lending amid concerns that some of the lending ended up in stock and property markets.
Monetary Policy Steers an A-Share Ride
[2009-09-04]
Policy decisions and a lending spree lifted Chinese stocks to unwarranted heights before the 'capital feast' suddenly ended.
Galaxy Resources Gets Fund Injection from Chinese Investors
[2009-09-03]
A Chinese investment deal in an Australian resource firm is expected to complete within four weeks.
Is China's Export Engine Slowly Restarting?
[2009-09-03]
Official figures point to an export rebound, but coastal manufacturers from Shandong to Guangdong tell a different story.
News PM September 3
[2009-09-03]
Inflation Forecasted to Edge Up; Central Bank Issues 91-day Bills; Jinchuan to Expand Output; Urumqi Residents Attacked by Unidentified Needle-Shaped Objects
Country Garden Raises US$ 300 Mln
[2009-09-03]
A property developer has become the first Chinese company to issue high-yield bonds since the onset of the global financial crisis.
Sizzling Bank Lending Cools Down in July
[2009-09-03]
After six months of insatiable lending, China's commercial banks have practically gone dormant, yet their lending appetite remains.
Analysts: Jet Fuel Price Hike to Have Limited Impact on Airlines
[2009-09-03]
Chinese airlines servicing primarily domestic routes will be hardest hit by rising fuel prices.
China to Buy US$ 50 Bln of IMF Notes
[2009-09-03]
The notes will boost the IMF's capacity to help its members weather the global financial crisis.
News AM September 3
[2009-09-03]
New Bank Branch Applications Turned Down; Sinopharm to List in Hong Kong; Shougang to Increase Capacity; China Gold Output Increases by 13%
Regulators Support Pingan's Proposed Stake in SDB
[2009-09-02]
It looks likely that China's regulators will approve Ping An's proposed purchase of Shenzhen bank shares.
News PM September 2
[2009-09-02]
Topchoice Chairman Arrested; August New Lending by Big Four Flat; Country Garden Plans Debt Issue
Shenzhen Home Prices Keep Soaring
[2009-09-02]
In anticipation of a housing price drop, many Shenzhen investors were reluctant to buy in August.
Open-end Funds Shed A-share Holdings
[2009-09-02]
A report by a brokerage reveals how most open-end managed funds responded to the stock market drop.
Digging Out of a Sino-Aussie Resource Trap
[2009-09-02]
Australia should acknowledge China's reasonable concerns over the iron ore trade, and China should accept market forces.
Fortescue Finds a 'China Price' for Iron Ore
[2009-09-02]
But challenges remain for the relatively small Australian miner and Chinese steelmakers who need more iron ore than ever.
News AM September 2
[2009-09-02]
Two Major Steel Makers Cut Prices; China to Continue Proactive Policy; NDRC Raises Gas, Diesel Prices
Liquidation of Jiangsu Tieben Steel Imminent
[2009-09-01]
After a five year fiasco, one of the biggest examples of macroeconomic control in recent Chinese history is finally coming to a close.
Central Bank Issues One-year Bills
[2009-09-01]
China's central bank will continue to focus on open market operations to manage liquidity.
GM, FAW Group Set up Light-truck Joint Venture
[2009-09-01]
GM and its joint ventures sold about 1.1 million vehicles in China in 2008, up 6.1 percent year-on-year.
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