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YINGKOU: Bundles of yuan notes were stacked high behind the counters of branches of Yingkou Coastal Bank earlier this month, as the northeast China lender fought off a run on deposits while onsite government officials battled rumours of a funding crunch.
SHANGHAI: To see how little investors love China’s small banks, look no further than the nation’s largest online auction site.
KUALA LUMPUR: Recent measures by the Chinese government (A1 stable) for a number of troubled banks indicate that financial system stability remains the overriding priority, although support will become increasingly differentiated, Moody’s Investors Service said.
KUALA LUMPUR: Recent measures by the Chinese government (A1 stable) for a number of troubled banks indicate that financial system stability remains the overriding priority, although support will become increasingly differentiated, Moody's Investors Service says.
SHANGHAI: A regional Chinese lender under the spotlight for liquidity strains plans to suspend dividend payments on its offshore preference shares, sending indicated prices on those securities tumbling.
BEIJING: The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), , the country's largest lender by assets, said on Sunday that one of its unit had signed an equity transfer agreement to invest in the troubled Bank of Jinzhou.
SHANGHAI/BEIJING: China's banking and insurance regulator has told the country's biggest distressed debt managers to prepare contingency plans to take over or invest in high-risk small and medium-sized Chinese banks, two sources involved in the discussions told Reuters.
Shanghai: One of the most opaque areas of China’s credit markets involves the practice of companies buying their own bonds.
SHANGHAI: Fund managers are sticking to their positions ahead of this week’s meeting between presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, saying they don’t expect much progress to be made.
SHANGHAI: China’s smaller banks and brokers are turning to stock exchanges to borrow short-term cash this week to escape the typical end of June pressure in money markets and more recent worries over credit risks in the sector.