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The Star
China graft watchdog raps financial regulatorsBEIJING (Reuters) - China's main ruling Communist Party anti-graft watchdog has
China graft watchdog raps financial regulators
The Star / Posted 6 days ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's main ruling Communist Party anti-graft watchdog has criticised four financial regulators after its latest inspection, saying they had problems ranging from using public funds for holidays to lack of corruption risk... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China graft watchdog raps financial regulatorsBEIJING: China's main ruling Communist Party anti-graft watchdog has criticised
China graft watchdog raps financial regulators
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 6 days ago
BEIJING: China's main ruling Communist Party anti-graft watchdog has criticised four financial regulators after its latest inspection, saying they had problems ranging from using public funds for holidays to lack of corruption risk controls. The... Read more
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New Kerala
Tibet's capital market prospersLhasa, Feb 1 : The capital market of China's Tibet region is prospering, with a
Tibet's capital market prospers
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
Lhasa, Feb 1 : The capital market of China's Tibet region is prospering, with a market value far exceeding the region's gross domestic product. Tibet's 12 listed companies reported a total market value of 140.76 yuan ($21.4 billion) at the end of... Read more
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New Kerala
China has over 100 million stock market investorsBeijing, Jan 30 : The number of investors in China's stock markets rose by near
China has over 100 million stock market investors
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
Beijing, Jan 30 : The number of investors in China's stock markets rose by nearly 1.3 million in January to 100.4 million despite repeated market swings, according to official data. Every day in January, an average of 67,500 new investors entered... Read more
12d
Bulatlat.com
‘Global markets are irrational’ « BulatlatThe 2008-2009 global financial and economic crisis – euphemistically billed as
‘Global markets are irrational’ « Bulatlat
Bulatlat.com / Posted 12 days ago
The 2008-2009 global financial and economic crisis – euphemistically billed as the Great Recession – has hardly been licked. Yet financial reportage and analyses in the past week, and the financial-business elite’s discussions at the World Economic... Read more
13d
Pilipino Star
‘Global markets are irrational’The 2008-2009 global financial and economic crisis – euphemistically billed as
‘Global markets are irrational’
Pilipino Star / Posted 13 days ago
The 2008-2009 global financial and economic crisis – euphemistically billed as the Great Recession – has hardly been licked. Yet financial reportage and analyses in the past week, and the financial-business elite’s discussions at the World Economic... Read more
15d
Business Insider
Everyone on Wall Street is saying the same ridiculous thing about ChinaIt sounds great, and it's true that a lot of things that can happen in the mark
Everyone on Wall Street is saying the same ridiculous thing about China
Business Insider / Posted 15 days ago
It sounds great, and it's true that a lot of things that can happen in the market are about expectations that actors have or have not set up beforehand. China's volatility isn't one of them. It's a systemic condition resulting from the shift in... Read more
15d
Quartz
A top Chinese banker has killed himself amid a corruption investigation - Quartz The headquarters of the Communist Party's Central Commission for D
A top Chinese banker has killed himself amid a corruption investigation
Quartz / Posted 15 days ago
- Quartz The headquarters of the Communist Party's Central Commission for Discipline. (Reuters/Reinhard... Read more
17d
Zero Hedge
Big Bad ChinaSubmitted by $hane Obata via Tha Business blog, It seems like every day we are
Big Bad China
Zero Hedge / Posted 17 days ago
Submitted by $hane Obata via Tha Business blog, It seems like every day we are inundated with news out of China. Investors are already concerned. The offshore renminbi (CNH) is more international than the onshore one (CNY), which is tightly managed... Read more
19d
Business Standard India
China vows to 'look after' stock investorsChina is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure a few spe
China vows to 'look after' stock investors
Business Standard India / Posted 19 days ago
China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure a few speculators don't benefit at the expense of regular investors, China's vice-president said in an interview.Calling the country's... Read more
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20d
Manila Bulletin
China official says no plans to devalue yuan China has no intention to devalue its currency, the country’s vice president
China official says no plans to devalue yuan
Manila Bulletin / Posted 20 days ago
China has no intention to devalue its currency, the country’s vice president Li Yuanchao has said, following a sudden drop in the value of the yuan that spooked global markets this month. Beijing guided... Read more
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20d
Rappler
China official says no plans to devalue yuan'MORE CONFIDENCE IN CHINA.' Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao at the 46th Annu
China official says no plans to devalue yuan
Rappler / Posted 20 days ago
'MORE CONFIDENCE IN CHINA.' Chinese Vice President Li Yuanchao at the 46th Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, WEF, in Davos, Switzerland, 21 January 2016. Photo by Laurent Gillieron/EPA SHANGHAI, China – China has no intention to devalue... Read more
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21d
WA Today
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuanF"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the pe
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuan
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
F"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the people, most of the investors." Photo: ChinaFotoPress China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don't benefit at the... Read more
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21d
Brisbane Times
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuanF"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the pe
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuan
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
F"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the people, most of the investors." Photo: ChinaFotoPress China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don't benefit at the... Read more
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21d
The Age
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuanF"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the pe
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuan
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
F"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the people, most of the investors." Photo: ChinaFotoPress China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don't benefit at the... Read more
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21d
Sydney Morning Herald
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuanF"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the pe
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuan
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
F"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the people, most of the investors." Photo: ChinaFotoPress China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don't benefit at the... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuanF"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the pe
China willing to do more to bolster equities, no plan to devalue yuan
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
F"The Chinese government is going to look after the interests of most of the people, most of the investors." Photo: ChinaFotoPress China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don't benefit at the... Read more
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21d
Zero Hedge
China Promises To Keep Intervening To "Look After" Stock Market "Investors", Hurt "Speculators"In the most blatant and open admission of direct manipulation, China's Vice Pre
China Promises To Keep Intervening To "Look After" Stock Market "Investors", Hurt "Speculators"
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
In the most blatant and open admission of direct manipulation, China's Vice President Li told a room full of Davosian elites that China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don’t benefit at the... Read more
21d
Swissinfo
China Vice President Vows to ‘Look After’ Stock Market Investors(Bloomberg) -- China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make
China Vice President Vows to ‘Look After’ Stock Market Investors
Swissinfo / Posted 21 days ago
(Bloomberg) -- China is willing to keep intervening in the stock market to make sure that a few speculators don’t benefit at the expense of regular investors, China’s vice president said in an interview. Calling the country’s market “not yet... Read more
21d
Finance Asia
China approves first IPOs under new listing rulesChina’s securities regulator on Tuesday approved seven initial public offerings
China approves first IPOs under new listing rules
Finance Asia / Posted 21 days ago
China’s securities regulator on Tuesday approved seven initial public offerings, the first under new listing rules introduced at the start of the year that are an important step towards a registration-based system. Three companies – including... Read more
22d
TheStreet.com
Here's why China's stock market meltdown won't lead to hard landing for the economyChina is learning how to deal with a public stock market the hard way. There is
Here's why China's stock market meltdown won't lead to hard landing for the economy
TheStreet.com / Posted 22 days ago
China is learning how to deal with a public stock market the hard way. There is not a playbook that the People's Bank of China or China Securities Regulatory Commission can use to weather stock market turbulence. Experimentation and learning by doing... Read more
22d
ABC 7 El Paso
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
News 8000
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
News 8000 / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KY3 Springfield
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KY3 Springfield / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KECI Missoula
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KECI Missoula / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KXLY-TV Spokane
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KTVZ Bend
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility | Money - Home Vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: '
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KTVZ Bend / Posted 22 days ago
| Money - Home Vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission: 'Get used to it' The world should get used to volatile markets in... Read more
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22d
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KTUU Anchorage
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KTUU Anchorage / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
KRDO Colorado Springs
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
News Channel 12 New Bern
China to world: Get ready for more market volatilityThe world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's to
China to world: Get ready for more market volatility
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 22 days ago
The world should get used to volatile markets in China, one of the country's top regulators said Wednesday. Market volatility will be part of the "new normal" as China continues to transition from an economy based on investment and exports to one... Read more
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22d
Weekly Times
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announcedCHINA stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of th
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced
Weekly Times / Posted 22 days ago
CHINA stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of the previous session's 3 per cent gain, after the country's securities regulator approved a new batch of initial public offerings. HONG Kong shares slumped nearly 4 per... Read more
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22d
Perth Now
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced
Perth Now / Posted 22 days ago
China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of the previous session's 3 per cent gain, after the country's securities regulator approved a new batch of initial public... Read more
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22d
Adelaide Now
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 days ago
China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of the previous session's 3 per cent gain, after the country's securities regulator approved a new batch of initial public... Read more
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22d
The Courier Mail
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of
China stocks retreat as new IPOs announced
The Courier Mail / Posted 22 days ago
China stocks have fallen over 1 per cent in morning trade, giving up some of the previous session's 3 per cent gain, after the country's securities regulator approved a new batch of initial public... Read more
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22d
Finance Asia
China approves first batch of IPOs under new listing rulesChina’s securities regulator on Tuesday approved seven initial public offerings
China approves first batch of IPOs under new listing rules
Finance Asia / Posted 22 days ago
China’s securities regulator on Tuesday approved seven initial public offerings, the first under new listing rules introduced at the start of the year that are an important step towards a registration-based system. Three companies – including... Read more
23d
Market Watch
Key people and themes to watch for at Davos 2016A-list fund managers, CEOs, central bankers and top-level politicians are getti
Key people and themes to watch for at Davos 2016
Market Watch / Posted 23 days ago
A-list fund managers, CEOs, central bankers and top-level politicians are getting ready to schmooze and mingle at the exclusive and oft-maligned annual gathering in the remote Swiss resort town of Davos this week. That’s right, it’s time for the... Read more
23d
Brisbane Times
China attempts to walk the economic tightropeAfter a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over
China attempts to walk the economic tightrope
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 days ago
After a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over its handling of the economy, this was the Chinese government's attempt to reassert control of the narrative. Chinese President Xi Jinping has tried reassure investors... Read more
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23d
WA Today
China attempts to walk the economic tightropeAfter a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over
China attempts to walk the economic tightrope
WA Today / Posted 23 days ago
After a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over its handling of the economy, this was the Chinese government's attempt to reassert control of the narrative. Chinese President Xi Jinping has tried reassure investors... Read more
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23d
The Irish Times
China economic growth weakest since 2009Asian stocks rose as China’s weakest growth since 2009 spurred a rally in the n
China economic growth weakest since 2009
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
Asian stocks rose as China’s weakest growth since 2009 spurred a rally in the nation’s industrial shares amid speculation the government will boost stimulus measures. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index added 0.7 per cent to 119.66 at 3:09 p.m. in Tokyo,... Read more
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The Age
China attempts to walk the economic tightropeAfter a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over
China attempts to walk the economic tightrope
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
After a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over its handling of the economy, this was the Chinese government's attempt to reassert control of the narrative. Chinese President Xi Jinping has tried reassure investors... Read more
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23d
Sydney Morning Herald
China attempts to walk the economic tightropeAfter a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over
China attempts to walk the economic tightrope
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
After a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over its handling of the economy, this was the Chinese government's attempt to reassert control of the narrative. Chinese President Xi Jinping has tried reassure investors... Read more
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23d
Canberra Times
China attempts to walk the economic tightropeAfter a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over
China attempts to walk the economic tightrope
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
After a torrid few weeks on the financial markets prompted renewed doubts over its handling of the economy, this was the Chinese government's attempt to reassert control of the narrative. Chinese President Xi Jinping has tried reassure investors... Read more
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24d
Market Watch
Chinese official quits after circuit-breaker failure: ReutersThe chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, Xiao Gang, has offe
Chinese official quits after circuit-breaker failure: Reuters
Market Watch / Posted 24 days ago
The chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign after his idea of introducing circuit breakers to calm the Chinese stock markets failed, according to Reuters. But the CSRC denied on Chinese microblogging... Read more
24d
The Irish Times
European stocks down for third dayEuropean stocks fell for a third day, with banks from the so-called peripheral
European stocks down for third day
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
European stocks fell for a third day, with banks from the so-called peripheral nations leading the losses. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index dropped 0.4 per cent at 2pm in London, extending its lowest level since December 2014. The gauge climbed as much as... Read more
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WA Today
China's chief stock regulator has offered to resign: sourcesXiao Gang, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Bloom
China's chief stock regulator has offered to resign: sources
WA Today / Posted 24 days ago
Xiao Gang, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Bloomberg China's embattled top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign, sources said, after perceived mismanagement wiped more than $US5 trillion off the... Read more
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Canberra Times
China's chief stock regulator has offered to resign: sourcesXiao Gang, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Bloom
China's chief stock regulator has offered to resign: sources
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Xiao Gang, chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Photo: Bloomberg China's embattled top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign, sources said, after perceived mismanagement wiped more than $US5 trillion off the... Read more
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iol.co.za
China’s stock regulator quitsBeijing - Xiao Gang, the embattled head of China's securities regulator, has of
China’s stock regulator quits
iol.co.za / Posted 24 days ago
Beijing - Xiao Gang, the embattled head of China's securities regulator, has offered to resign, sources said, after perceived mismanagement wiped more than $5 trillion off the value of the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets since they peaked last... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
China’s chief stock regulator has offered to resignChina’s embattled top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign, s
China’s chief stock regulator has offered to resign
The Globe and Mail / Posted 24 days ago
China’s embattled top securities regulator, Xiao Gang, has offered to resign, sources said, after perceived mismanagement wiped more than $5-trillion off the capitalization of the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock markets since they peaked last June. The... Read more
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