Ezubao owner Ding Ning is one of 21 people arrested over what could be the biggest financial fraud in Chinese ... - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auEzubao owner Ding Ning is one of 21 people arrested over what could be the biggest financial fraud in Chinese ...NEWS.com.au... citing police as estimating 900,000 investors had fallen victim to the scam. Ezubao claimed to be a peer-to-peer lender, which matched investors with potential borrowers over the internet, and had quickly become China's leading online financing ...Chinese company accused of $7.6B financial fraudUSA TODAYChinese Ponzi Scheme: Online Finance Company Ezubao Cheated Nearly 1M Investors Of $7.6BInternational Business TimesOnline Lender Ezubao Took $7.6 Billion in Ponzi Scheme, China SaysNew York TimesFinancial Times -Telegraph.co.uk -BBC Newsall 393 news articles »

China foreign exchange reserves hit more than 3-year low - Financial Times

Financial TimesChina foreign exchange reserves hit more than 3-year lowFinancial TimesChina's foreign exchange reserves dropped by nearly $100bn last month to the lowest level since May 2012 as Beijing continued to sell dollars to support its currency and stem capital outflows. Fears about the slowing economy and slumping asset prices ...Holding Back China's Capital Flight 'Dam' Is KeyBloombergThis is China's next market hurdleCNBCDo China's Global Economic Ambitions Really Threaten the US?World Politics ReviewNewsmax -IndustryWeekall 313 news articles »

China's financial giants hammered in discipline review - South China Morning Post (subscription)

South China Morning Post (subscription)China's financial giants hammered in discipline reviewSouth China Morning Post (subscription)Among the 21 financial regulators and institutions that came under review, China Development Bank, the country's biggest policy bank, and China Investment Corporation, the mainland's sovereign wealth fund, are among the major fund contributors to the ...and more »

China's Biggest Ponzi Scheme Shows Rot in Internet Financing - Bloomberg

BloombergChina's Biggest Ponzi Scheme Shows Rot in Internet FinancingBloombergAlmost overnight, Ding Ning and Zhang Min struck it rich with the hot new thing in Chinese finance. In 18 short months, they transformed an old-line industrial company into an Internet phenomenon through the seeming magic of peer-to-peer lending. It ...The Ezubao scam: A sign of deeper problems in China's financial systemWorld Socialist Web SiteIt's a Chinese Ponzi scheme that should really scare usTelegraph.co.uk$7.6 Billion P2P Lending Scam Flames Out In ChinaCryptoCoinsNewsYahoo Singapore News -Reutersall 89 news articles »

China's Lunar New Year traditions offer lessons in personal finance - CBC.ca

CBC.caChina's Lunar New Year traditions offer lessons in personal financeCBC.ca"In China, we have a saying," says Li. "You get successful first. Then you get married." The envelopes, which typically contain $5 to $20 each, are meant to set a financial foundation for the recipients in order for them to become successful. "It ...Bitcoin Traders Take Note: Happy Chinese New YearFinance MagnatesChinese visit temples, fairs to ring in Year of the MonkeyYahoo News UKall 1,412 news articles »

Dollar tumbles as Fed rescues China in the nick of time - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukDollar tumbles as Fed rescues China in the nick of timeTelegraph.co.ukThe latest shift in dollar positioning came after the New York Fed chief, Bill Dudley, said this week that market ructions have led to ?considerably tighter? financial conditions since December and that any further rise in the dollar could have ...and more »



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