Overseas investors' committment to China's key A-share market remains unchanged despite the less-than-stellar performance of stocks in the past few months due to concerns over trade frictions.
Expert: Yuan to remain stable2018-08-14
Despite expectations of a weakening yuan this year, a former senior official believes the Chinese currency should not see major fluctuations, and could become free-floating relatively soon, probably in less than three years.
Trend of capital inflows to keep yuan steady2018-08-14
China has seen steady growth of capital inflows in the first half this year, in terms of both foreign direct investment and holdings of onshore financial products.
Listing system reform to continue: Regulatory commission2018-08-09
China will continue to deepen listing system reform and positively promote mergers and acquisitions of listed companies, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said on Wednesday.
New pension target securities funds get the green light2018-08-08
China has just approved 14 Chinese asset managers to float pension target securities investment funds, a move to improve A-share market liquidity and offer the nation's middle-income earners more diversified pension management solutions.
7 medical IPOs approved in H12018-08-08
A total of 360 healthcare enterprises in the Chinese mainland have seen their IPO plans approved to date, with seven more companies joining the list in the first half of 2018, a slight deceleration, according to a report.
Majority of listed firms report higher net profits in H12018-08-07
More than 70 percent of listed firms that have released semi-annual results as of Tuesday posted year-on-year growth in net profits, the Securities Times reported.
China's securities firms make over 32 bln yuan profit in H12018-08-06
Securities firms in China made a total profit of 32.86 billion yuan (about 4.8 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half of 2018, according to the Securities Association of China (SAC).
Regulator permits 40 firms to raise debt in overseas markets2018-08-03
The nation's top economic regulator allowed 40 companies to raise debt from overseas markets in July as part of its efforts to stabilize foreign debt issuance and avoid introduction of steps that would curb the fundraising needs of property developers.
China QFII quota at 100.46 bln USD2018-08-01
A total of 287 overseas institutions have received quotas amounting to 100.46 billion U.S. dollars under China's Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) program to move money into the country's capital account, according to the State Administration of Foreign Exchange.
Shanghai-London link to drive growth2018-08-01
Premier Li Keqiang has called on China and the United Kingdom to cultivate new growth drivers of cooperation through the Shanghai-London Stock Connect-allowing investment from corresponding markets much freer access-which is set to be launched this year.
Securities regulator revises rules on delisting2018-07-31
China's top securities regulator has amended rules on removing companies from domestic stock exchanges, specifying that companies involved in major breaches of the law that threaten public health or security will face compulsory delisting.
China mulls to relax control over foreign strategic investment2018-07-31
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Monday asked for the public's opinion on a revised measure concerning foreign investors making strategic investments in Chinese listed companies.
Stricter market rules take aim at law-violating firms2018-07-30
The China Securities Regulatory Commission announced it has amended the rules on the delisting criteria of A-share listed companies, and experts are saying this will improve governance and crack down on speculative activity.
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