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.
News AM September 29
Bank of Ningbo to Issue Subordinated Bonds; China Unicom Starts Selling 3G iPhones in October; China Pushes FTA Talks to Stabilize Foreign Trade
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.
News PM September 28
Gome Buys Back 1.33 Bln Yuan in Convertible Bonds; Mainland Expands Access for Hong Kong and Macau Publishers; China to Release Rules to Encourage M&A in Cement Industry
China Begins Yuan Bond Issuance in Hong Kong
The bond issue in Hong Kong marks a crucial step for the regionalization of the yuan and reflects the deepening fiscal and financial cooperation between the mainland and Hong Kong.
Shanghai Stocks Slide as Investors Take Dim View of G20
Investors also grew cautious ahead of an eight-day closure of the Chinese stock market for the National Day Holiday, which begins on Oct. 1.
Economist: China 2009 New Loans Likely at 9.4 Tln to 10.4 Tln Yuan
Demand for new loans in the second half will come mainly from ongoing construction projects.
Changan Ford Mazda to Build Third Plant in China
Changan Ford Mazda Automobile sold 144,600 Ford cars in the first eight months of 2009, up 30 percent year-on-year.
Blog: China's New Real Estate Opportunities
China presents new opportunities for foreigners to invest in Chinese real estate and for U.S. and western property owners to sell to Chinese investors.
China May Cancel Annual Talks between Miners, Generators
The central government is reluctant to step in the talks between coal producers and power generators following the collapse for the 2009 contract year.
Andy Xie: Why One Bubble Burst Deserves Another
The financial crisis taught crucial lessons about the dangers of bubbles, loose regulation and debt. It's a pity we didn't learn.
Huayi Brothers Approved for GEM Listing
China's leading entertainment company Huayi Brothers will award its actors and actresses shares in an effort to keep them from leaving.
News Calendar September 28 to October 4
China will hold the National Day parade to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
News AM September 28
Over 400 Funds Interested in GEM Shares; Gemdale Gets Two Shenzhen Sites for 2.44 Bln Yuan; Jilin Launches Sweeping Campaign to Combat Water Pollution
China Official: China Falls Victim to Protectionism
A Chinese official called on trading partners to avoid sending protectionist signals while the global economic recovery remains unstable.
Silver Base Denies Wrongdoings Linked to Wuliangye
Despite Denials, Wuliangye's biggest distributor has suffered a bad fall in the stock market.
News PM September 25
Restructured PICC Starts Operations; CNOOC to Build Refinery in Shandong; Reports on Leasing of Russian City Baseless; Taiwan High Court Extends Chen's Detention
Investor Caution, Mining Slump Drag Shanghai Index Down
Investors remained cautious ahead of an eight-day market closure for the Oct. 1 National Day holiday.
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