PetroChina's JV Has Huge Losses from Oil Derivatives
The possibility of further massive losses at state-owned firms could be behind recent moves by regulators to push for the renegotiation of derivatives contracts.
News AM September 14
Securities Regulator to Review GEM IPO Applications; First Eastern to Invest in Northeastern SMEs; Yunnan Aluminium Plans 1.2 Bln Yuan Placement
Reform Steps May Snap Coal-Power Impasse
Reshaping a power distribution and coal transport system that leans on government planning may offer a 'permanent cure.'
Economist: Our 1870 Mystique, through History's Lens
Market economies flourished in China and Europe long before the Industrial Revolution. So what lit the rocket of modern growth?
New Research Says G8 Has Carbon Emission Deficit of 5.5 Trillion
The international climate change negotiation is headed towards a critical juncture with the long-awaited climate conference in Copenhagen due to be held in December.
BOC Told Branches to Control Aug Loan Growth - Source
The central bank issued 45 billion yuan worth of one-year bills to the bank, with the time of payment set at the middle of September.
China Trade Surplus Likely to be Narrowed
Despite a rise in China's trade surplus in August, experts say the trend is downward for the rest of the year.
Ted Kennedy's Triumph over Family Tragedy
The senator from Massachusetts survived decades of close-to-heart tragedies but is remembered best for the good he accomplished.
Shanghai Index Up on Positive August Macroeconomic Data
Banks were the biggest gainers after the People's Bank of China said that new bank lending grew 15.3 percent month-on-month in August to 410.4 billion yuan, above analysts' estimates.
News PM September 11
China Fiscal Revenue Up in August; China August Industrial Output Up 12%; Ping An Trust to Invest in Greentown Property Projects
Blog: After What Crisis?
Two central challenges remain after the recovery: how America can grow without a highly geared credit-driven economy and re-build investor trust.
China August Retail Sales Up 15%
Robust auto and real estate sales drove the continued growth in retail sales in August.
News AM September 11
China August New Lending Totals 410 Bln Yuan; China End-August M2 Up 29%; China Crude Steel Output Up 22%; China Needs Better-Balanced Growth
Survey: CPI, PPI Declines Probably Slow in August
Economists surveyed agree that consumer price decline slowed in August but differ about when inflation will emerge.
U.S. Ruling to Impose Duties on Chinese Oil Pipes
China's Ministry of Commerce responded by saying the investigation was uncalled for in light of a 55 percent year-on-year decline in oil pipe exports in the first quarter.
Cautious Investors End Shanghai Market's Rally
Investors were cautious ahead of the release of numerous macroeconomic figures for August, due out on September 11 from the National Bureau of Statistics.
Blog: Post-Traumatic Slack Syndrome and the Economic Outlook
U.S. fiscal authorities must balance the need for near-term economic stimulus while finding a solution to the government's debt-finance obligations.
News PM September 10
Wuliangye Denies Probe Related to Tax Evasion; Central Bank Issues 91-day Bills; Ex-Morgan Stanley Banker Convicted of Insider Trading
News AM September 10
Trading of Sichuan Swellfun Suspended; Pay System Reforms for Public Institutions; Finance Minister Positive about Proactive Fiscal Policy
Red Chips, Overseas Firms to be Regulated Separately
China has been preparing for the debut of an international board to allow overseas companies to offer yuan-denominated shares on the A-share market.
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