Pension funds set to be invested in the stock market2017-02-20
A total of 360 billion yuan ($52.5 billion) in pension funds has been freed up at a provincial level to pursue long-term asset growth, clearing the way for the funds to flow into the stock market, Securities Daily reported.
Regulator relaxes rules on stock index futures2017-02-20
China's securities regulator has relaxed the trading rules for stock index futures, signaling a gradual exit by the regulator from the harsh restrictions imposed during the market rout in 2015, analysts said on Friday.
Watchdog makes move on placements2017-02-20
China's securities watchdog on Friday tightened the regulations on private placements by listed companies, aiming to curb their excessive fundraising which has led to speculative trading and market volatility.
China greenlights 12 IPOs2017-02-20
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Friday approved initial public offering (IPO) applications from 12 companies.
Tight liquidity, regulations to hit Shenzhen SME board2017-02-20
The overall performance of the Shenzhen small-and-medium enterprise board and the Nasdaq-style ChiNext board will be weaker in the first half of 2017 in the face of tightening liquidity and stricter regulation, experts said.
'Bigger prospects' for A-share bull run2017-02-16
The likelihood of a new bull run in China's A-share market has increased as the country is believed to be capable of managing its debt problem and avoiding financial shocks.
US economic uncertainty 'may hit stocks'2017-02-14
The Chinese stock market could face downside risks if external factors such as the ambitious economic package and tax reforms under US President Donald Trump's administration to boost the US economy fail to materialize, analysts said on Monday.
Securities chief vows to 'capture' manipulators2017-02-13
China's top securities watchdog vowed on Friday to "capture big crocodiles" in the country's stock market, suggesting that a tougher regulatory stance against stock speculation and manipulation will be a priority for the regulator.