Markets Extend Chinese New Year Rally
The Shanghai index advanced 3.2 percent as traders smiled on shares in the insurance, bank, telecom and real estate sectors.
Chemical Additives in Mengniu Milk Prohibited
Mengniu stock plummets after the company was forbidden to use two chemical additives in its premium milk brand, Telunsu.
Firefighting Gear Falls Short in CCTV Blaze
Unlike Shanghai, the Beijing fire department was ill-equipped to battle a high-rise blaze when flames engulfed a CCTV building.
Trial Exposes Trafficking at Beijing Airport
The apprehension of Air China passengers trying to sneak into Canada led authorities to a smuggling ring at Beijing's airport.
News AM February 13
China Eases Export Control on Diesel, China, Russia Trade Slows, Refined Oil Prices Drop 10% in Jan, Shanghai’s Small Lending Companies Issued 400 Million Yuan
Silver Lining for Local Government Bonds
Local governments have long sought permission to raise money through bonds. The economic crisis is giving them a new chance.
Telecom, Bank Shares Mixed in Shanghai
Chinese stock investors were mulling over new bank statistics and a government stimulus proposal for the telecom industry.
Former CDB Official Faces Bribery Charges
A methanol producer and other companies allegedly bribed an executive to win loans from China Development Bank.
Money Supply, Bank Savings Rocket Higher
Bank lending increased by more than 1.6 trillion yuan in January, while consumers stashed their cash in savings accounts.
News PM February 12
36 Companies Ordered to Examine IPO Conduct, Former Morgan Stanley Employee Charged with Bribery, China to Control Shipbuilding, Housing Prices Continue to Drop, Sanlu Announces Bankruptcy
Chinalco to Invest US $ 19.5 Bln in Rio Tinto
The state-owned aluminum producer will invest US$ 19.5 billion in Australian miner Rio Tinto, but uncertainties remain.
Shanghai Index Slips on Falling Oil Prices
Share prices for major oil companies declined, while real estate and auto stocks gained on positive industry developments.
China Investment Agencies Get New Roles
Personnel changes at China Jianyin have been announced, signaling a shift in responsibilities for government investors.
Lenovo Eyes Growth in China Market
Despite a subpar performance last year, Lenovo is still confident of its China operations, says its returning chairman.
Marine Stocks Rise on Shanghai Exchange
A government plan to revitalize the shipping industry pushed marine shares higher as China's stock markets opened.
News AM February 12
Dumex, Mengniu Dairy Products under Probe, China's January Steel Exports Slump, Crude, Refined Oil Imports Drop, Huaneng Approved to Buy Luneng Assets, ECIC Lends Stronger Support to Export Sector
China's Railways: Fast Track or Slow Train?
Advocates of expansion want China's rail system to build its way to progress, while others fear risks and reform may be neglected.
New Bank Loans Soar to 1.6 Trillion Yuan
Notes trading contributed 30 percent of total credit growth, and long-term lending is increasing as regulators watch risks.
News PM February 11
ABC Promises Premiums for RBS Notes, Chinese Executives at Ssangyong Quit, Sohu Reported Robust Profit Growth, Inner Mongolia to Control Coal Production, Cross-Strait Postal Cash Service to Begin
A-Share Volumes Rocket to New Highs
Traders on the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges sent volumes to record highs on divided opinions about China's economic outlook.
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