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.
News PM November 9
Big Three Airlines Fuel Hedging Investigation Ongoing; TCL Suspends Trade to Prepare for Shenzhen LCD Project; China Plans Forest Conservation Program to Offset Carbon Emissions
China Probe into Airlines' Fuel Hedging Continues
The focus of an investigation into state-owned enterprises which lost big from derivatives contracts is on compliance, rather than profitability.
Danone Says Arbitration Win not to Affect Wahaha Settlement
France's Danone received a belated ruling, which would not have any impact on the Wahaha settlement reached last September.
News Calendar November 9 to 15
President Hu Jintao will visit Malaysia and Singapore; The 60th anniversary of the founding of People's Liberation Army Air Force; Kuomintang (KMT) will hold a by-election of Central Standing Committee (CSC) members.
News AM November 9
CSRC Says Less than 10 percent of ChiNext Accounts Active; Vanke Property Sales in First Ten Months Breaks 2007 Record; China Starts Trade Probe on U.S. Auto Industry
SMG Flips a Switch for Broadcast Reform
An overhaul at Shanghai Media Group could lead to long-sought market reform for China's bureaucratic broadcasting industry.
News PM November 6
Overseas Companies Eye Hong Kong IPOs in 2010; Coal Stock of Power Plants Low after Cold Weather; Alleged Medical Malpractice Case Goes to Appeals Court
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.
News AM November 6
Three Shenzhen Fund Managers Investigated for Trading Irregularities; China Accounts for 7% of Investment in Canada Mining Industry; China Trade Probe on U.S. Chicken Imports Enlarged
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.
Obama Readies for Calm, Lukewarm China
The U.S. and Chinese presidents hope to strengthen relations at a November meeting in Beijing. But there's also tension in the air.
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.
Slow Sino-U.S. Synergy on Climate Change
In the run-up to Copenhagen, the United States and China have set the right tone for cooperation. Will concrete action follow?
News PM November 5
Private Equity Funds Most Likely to Buy AXA's Taikang Life Stake; CNPC and BP Close Deal on Iraq's Rumaila Oil Field; Curbing Algae Bloom Critical to China's Lakes
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.
Power Price Hike Plan May be Unveiled in Mid-November
A new plan will cut on-grid power tariffs for power generators in coastal regions, but will raise tariffs for those in inland provinces.
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.
News AM November 5
Shanghai Magnate Guilty of Violent Assault and Land Fraud; World Bank Says China Should Tighten Expansionary Policy; Chinese Automakers to Form R&D Consortium on Electric Vehicles
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