Meeting lifts A-share market sentiment2022-05-26
Despite the doldrums in early trading, the A-share market built on gains toward the end of the day-and all three major indexes closed higher on Wednesday.
Eyeing home and looking beyond quick fixes2022-05-09
When Chinese beverage chain Luckin Coffee was ejected from Nasdaq in June 2020 after it had admitted a couple of months earlier that it had cooked its books, little did market mavens realize the development will not only have serious implications for the 280-odd US-listed Chinese companies but cast a shadow on bilateral trade, economic and diplomatic relations.
UBS retains most preferred rating for China's equities2022-04-28
Swiss bank UBS said Tuesday that it retained the most preferred rating for China's equities within its emerging markets portfolios and continued to see areas of value.
Experts: A-share market to 'gradually rebound' in Q22022-04-07
The impact from lackluster overseas markets may be short-lived for the A-share market as it is expected to rebound in the second quarter amid companies' improving profitability and government's supportive policies in the pipeline, experts said.
CSRC: Solution to delisting issue depends on talks2022-04-01
Any progress made by the China-US audit and supervision cooperation mechanism can determine whether or not certain US-listed Chinese companies will be delisted from the US stock market over the next two years, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said in a media interview on Thursday.
CSRC supports more US listings2022-03-29
China has given the green light to a digital industrial product services platform's listing in the United States, indicating that Beijing is making solid efforts to keep the channel of overseas listings open, a source close to the country's top securities regulator said.
Global investors keep big bet on A shares2022-03-19
Despite the global market turning jittery amid multiple uncertainties like the rising commodity prices, escalating geopolitical tensions and US Federal Reserve's more rounds of interest rate hikes, international investors still hold a positive outlook on renminbi assets and retain good exposure to the Chinese stock market.
Stock market likely to see bounce in Q22022-02-15
China's stock market is likely to see upward momentum in the second quarter on expectations that more supportive policies will be unveiled to stabilize growth during the annual meetings of the country's top lawmakers and political advisers next month, analysts said on Monday.
China releases revised provisions for Stock Connect2022-02-14
China's top securities regulator has unveiled revised provisions of the Stock Connect program between domestic and overseas stock exchanges to expand its scope.
Equity investors urged not to be 'shortsighted'2022-01-28
A-share market jitters seen since the beginning of the year are only temporary reactions to external factors and will stabilize amid improving qualities among A-share companies, experts and media commentators said.
Stocks down; bargains may lift sentiment2022-01-26
Market uncertainties and a downbeat sentiment caused by poor 2021 corporate results affected the A-share market on Tuesday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index plumbing the 3500 level to close 2.5 percent lower at a two-month low of 3433.06 points, but market mavens said bargain-hunters may zero in on quality stocks.
China's onshore capital markets to top 100 trln USD amid "big bang": HKEX chief executive2022-01-20
China's equity and bond markets combined are expected to surpass the 100-trillion-U.S.-dollar mark in about 10 years, chief executive officer of the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX) Nicolas Aguzin said Wednesday.
Carbon neutrality a key investment theme2022-01-17
While the A-share new energy sector soared in 2021 as China vowed to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, new energy and sustainable investment will remain a major theme in the next 12 months based on the promising outlook of related industries, analysts said.
Despite lousy 2021, Hong Kong stocks may yield gains this year2022-01-17
Hong Kong stock market investors may be forgiven if they feel they were at the receiving end of bad luck in 2021. While Nasdaq and the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the United States reached record highs again and again, Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index slumped 14 percent. The Hang Seng Tech Index, which tracks technology giants such as Alibaba and Baidu, plummeted nearly 33 percent.
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