South China Morning Post (subscription)China's services market opens up further to Hong Kong professionals as finance ...South China Morning Post (subscription)Professionals from Hong Kong look poised to enjoy greater access to the mainland's growing services market as officials from both sides signed an agreement yesterday that aimed to tear down more barriers to cross-border trade in services. The pact ...and more »
XinhuaChina, Czech pledge closer nuclear power, finance cooperationXinhuaOn the financial front, Li said on Friday that he hopes China and Czech will innovate and expand the mode of financial cooperation within the framework if the "16+1" financial firm in discussion, which he said will strongly support practical ...and more »
Financial TimesChina's 'national team' owns 6% of stock marketFinancial TimesThe estimate of the shareholdings of the national team covers positions held by CSF, which is the state-owned margin lender, and by Central Huijin Investment, the holding company for shares in state-owned financial institutions and a subsidiary of ...Vanishing China execs a vexatious mystery for HK marketYahoo NewsChina lifts brokerage curb in sign of market confidenceYahoo! Maktoob NewsLender HSBC asks court to wind up China Fishery GroupYahoo Finance UKFinance Magnates -South China Morning Post (subscription)all 382 news articles »
Bloomberg ViewNew Rules for Chinese FinanceBloomberg ViewChina has set about taming its unruly financial sector with characteristic vigor. Its government is busy investigating dubious banks, detaining suspected insider traders, and proposing overhauls of its regulatory system. All of which would be fine, so ...China Sucked Deeper into World Financial Vortex, as BRICS SinkteleSUR EnglishChina MOF's dim sum issue unlikely to pep up weak primary marketFree Malaysia TodayYuan to be a freely traded, convertible currency by 2020Shanghai Daily (subscription)all 98 news articles »
BloombergFear Spreads as China's Finance Firms Face ArrestsBloombergThe arrests or investigations targeting the finance industry in the aftermath of China's summer market crash have intensified in recent weeks, creating a climate of fear among China's finance firms and chilling their investment strategies. At least 16 ...and more »
BloombergMasters of the Finance Universe Are Worried About ChinaBloombergDavid Tepper says a yuan devaluation may be coming in China. John Burbank warns that a hard landing there could spark a global recession. Tepper, the billionaire owner of Appaloosa Management, said last week at the Robin Hood Investor's Conference ...Why the US Dollar Is KingTown HallUnfair to blame China for any currency war, says RajanBusiness StandardHong Kong and China a model for S'pore-India partnership?The Straits TimesMarketWatchall 78 news articles »
China Finance Online Trading 5% Higher (JRJC)Putnam StandardChina Finance Online logo China Finance Online (NASDAQ:JRJC) shares traded up 5% on Friday , Analyst Ratings.Net reports. The company traded as high as $4.30 and last traded at $4.20, with a volume of 95,210 shares changing hands. The stock had ...
Yahoo FinanceChina breaks up $64 billion underground banking networkYahoo FinanceJinhua is in Zhejiang province on China's eastern coast, a zone known for its shadowy financial networks. Police said one leader of the Zhejiang network was a man named Zhao Mouyi, who transferred over 100 billion yuan overseas using 850 different bank ...China Financial Crackdown: Police Shut Down Nation's Largest Underground BankInternational Business TimesChina Police Reveal Busted Illegal Banking OperationWall Street JournalChina's Biggest Underground Banking Case CrackedFinance MagnatesBloomberg -THE BUSINESS TIMESall 465 news articles »
China's finance markets get major upgrade with reformCCTVAre China's finance markets ready for the 'Big Leagues?' Stock exchanges in New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong have long been regarded as the premier hot-spots for global investors. Yet despite China laying claim to the world's 2nd largest, its ...
BloombergChina Has a $1.2 Trillion Ponzi Finance ProblemBloombergChinese borrowers are taking on record amounts of debt to repay interest on their existing obligations, raising the risk of defaults and adding pressure on policy makers to keep financing costs low. The amount of loans, bonds and shadow finance ...and more »
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