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LONDON: Christmas was cancelled for dealmakers this year.
SINGAPORE: Coronavirus-spurred growth in the technology sector will help drive merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the Asia Pacific this year, bankers and lawyers predict, with the potential easing of Sino-United States tensions likely to revive Chinese outbound investment.
BEIJING: The American brand of rules-based free market economy suffers another blow as the New York Stock Exchange, demanded by an ill-based executive order of the current US administration issued in November, moved recently to delist three major Chinese telecom operators.
NEW YORK: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) will no longer intend to move forward with the delisting of three Chinese telecommunication companies' shares, said the NYSE late Monday.
NEW YORK: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) will no longer intend to move forward with the delisting of three Chinese telecommunication companies’ shares, according to the NYSE.
MSWG calls for ways to enhance accountability
Last week, this column highlighted five key elements that will dictate global markets and of course these global economic factors, which are universal, will also have an impact on the local economy in general and more specifically, the financial markets.
BEIJING: The New York Stock Exchange’s two reversals within a week over its decision to delist three Chinese telecom companies highlight the randomness and uncertainty of the United States’ rules and regulations, and harm its image as a global financial hub, officials and experts said yesterday.