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Technology stocks have largely been shielded from Beijing’s clampdown, as they are engaged in businesses that are underpinned by policy supportCut in banks’ reserve requirement ratio may further aid Chinese technology stocks trading onshore, according to brokerages
BEIJING: Cathie Wood’s Ark Investment Management has been selling Chinese tech stocks, with holdings in one of the firm’s funds falling to the lowest on record as Beijing’s crackdown on the sector intensifies.
HONG KONG: Asian shares headed for their best session in more than a fortnight on Tuesday after better than expected Chinese economic data and a rebound in China tech shares extended after Tencent secured regulatory approval for a major deal.
AN ASIAN technology fund manager is buying into China’s internet stocks, shrugging off what he calls "noise” around regulatory tightening by Beijing and rising U.S. bond yields
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Shares of Chinese food delivery giant Meituan slumped further on Tuesday in a sell-off precipated by the social media posting by its chairman of an ancient poem that was perceived by some as criticising the government and President Xi Jinping.
The Hang Seng Tech Index sank as much as 4.5%, extending its tumble from a February high to about 30%.
BEIJING: The massive selloff in US-listed shares of Chinese technology companies isn’t linked to their fundamentals and makes for a bigger buying opportunity, according to Citigroup Inc.
HONG KONG: Bilibili Inc, which is backed by Alibaba Group, tumbled as much as 6.8% in its Hong Kong stock debut on Monday as analysts said a U.S. regulatory crackdown on listed foreign firms hit enthusiasm for the Chinese online video site.
WASHINGTON/HONG KONG: Shares in dual-listed Chinese companies fell sharply on Thursday in Asia after the U.S. securities regulator adopted measures that would kick foreign companies off American stock exchanges if they do not comply with U.S. auditing standards.
SHANGHAI: Hong Kong stocks ended marginally higher on Monday, underpinned by heavyweight financial firms, after China posted better than expected factory activity data.