China's finance minister defends intervention: 'We must take action' - KWCH

KWCHChina's finance minister defends intervention: 'We must take action'KWCHIf there is "systemic risk to the financial system, we must take action," China's Vice Finance Minister Zhu Guangyao told CNN in an exclusive interview Friday. Zhu's comments came after two weeks of extreme turmoil in the global stock markets ...and more »

China's PICC plans setting up internet finance arm - South China Morning Post (subscription)

South China Morning Post (subscription)China's PICC plans setting up internet finance armSouth China Morning Post (subscription)China's state-owned PICC Group, the People's Insurance Company of China, is looking at opening an internet finance service company in 2015 in a bid to boost sales as well as expand integration with other internet finance first movers such as Alibaba ...

Global stocks, oil fall on China concerns, Fed uncertainty - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKGlobal stocks, oil fall on China concerns, Fed uncertaintyYahoo Finance UKNEW YORK (Reuters) - World stock indexes fell while oil prices dropped on Monday amid persistent investor concerns about slowing growth in China and the prospect of higher U.S. interest rates. The dollar eased as weaker stock markets prompted investors ...China's financial woes draw parallels with Japan's crash in late 1990sThe Japan TimesEuropean stocks follow Asian peers lowerFinancial TimesChinese stocks fall againHerald SunWashington Times -Quartzall 342 news articles »

A Cunning Plan For China: Deregulate Chinese Finance Markets - Forbes

A Cunning Plan For China: Deregulate Chinese Finance MarketsForbesWhat with the Chinese government intervening heavily in the stock markets these past couple of weeks this might not be quite the politic time to suggest that the real answer to their problems is to completely deregulate finance in that country. However ...and more »

China, Hong Kong stocks pull back following recent rally - Yahoo Finance UK

Yahoo Finance UKChina, Hong Kong stocks pull back following recent rallyYahoo Finance UKSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China stocks corrected on Monday morning after a 10 percent rally over the past two sessions, as regulators took fresh measures to crack down on speculation and trading misbehaviors.Beijing issues advisories to arrest stock market slideSouth China Morning Post (subscription)Chinese markets lead global dip in stocksTelegraph.co.ukGlobal stocks fall AGAIN amid fears over China markets and hints of US ...Express.co.ukall 156 news articles »

A new breed of Chinese financial buyers push overseas - FinanceAsia

FinanceAsiaA new breed of Chinese financial buyers push overseasFinanceAsiaThis push by China's financial institutions is unlikely to abate due to the turmoil in the country's stock markets according to M&A experts as most of the country's banks and insurers have ample financial resources. To be sure Chinese securities ...and more »

The Great Fall of China - The Economist

The EconomistThe Great Fall of ChinaThe EconomistONCE the soundtrack to a financial meltdown was the yelling of traders on the floor of a financial exchange. Now it is more likely to be the wordless hum of servers in data centres, as algorithms try to match buyers with sellers. But every big sell-off ...China: Credibility on the lineFinancial TimesWill the freefalling Chinese market take Russia with it?Russia Directall 161 news articles »

VW Finance sees boost from China reserves policy move - Business Insider

Business InsiderVW Finance sees boost from China reserves policy moveBusiness InsiderBEIJING (Reuters) - When China's central bank singled out auto financing companies for extra help on Tuesday, it effectively freed up more than 200 million yuan ($30 million) for Volkswagen AG's China finance unit, which it can use to boost falling car ...and more »

Citigroup braces for world recession, calls for Corbynomics QE in China - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukCitigroup braces for world recession, calls for Corbynomics QE in ChinaTelegraph.co.ukProf Chen said a Western-style financial collapse in China is ?highly unlikely? since the banks are largely government-owned and losses will be absorbed by the state. There is a loose parallel with Japan, where the economy slid into a deflationary ...and more »

Journo 'confesses' to market chaos - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auJourno 'confesses' to market chaosNEWS.com.auThe CSRC said earlier this month that the China Securities Finance Corp. -- a state-backed company tasked with buying shares ? would continue to have a role for a ?number of years?, but would only enter the market during times of volatility. The CSRC ...China reporter confesses to stoking market 'panic and disorder'Financial TimesChina Announces Legal Actions for 'Securities Violations'Wall Street JournalChina cracksdown on market rumours with mass arrestsTelegraph.co.ukHerald Sun -Bloomberg -International Business Timesall 189 news articles »

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