Shenzhen-HK connect big step for China's global ambitions
Although the immediate influence on the A share market will be limited, the stock trading link marks major progress in the internationalization of China's financial market in the long run, analysts said.
'Through train' off to a slow start
Overseas investors showed greater interest in Shenzhen-listed shares as the long-awaited, second cross-border stocks "through train" between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland rolled off the tracks on Monday despite a slow start amid global economic uncertainties.
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It's the hottest season of floats
London pushes for Shanghai stock link
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A-share firms' forecasts positive
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Regulator says foreign companies now allowed to invest in A-share markets
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MSCI rejects inclusion of A shares again
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