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SHANGHAI: Chinese regulators and major banks are rushing to curb precious metal trading by domestic investors to temper speculation that some fear could cause a repeat of this year's oil trading mishaps.
Group to use technology from established China IBS maker
SHANGHAI: Chinese investors are switching to the stock market from safe-haven money market funds (MMFs) as they bet on a speedy recovery and continued policy support for a pandemic-stricken economy.
SHANGHAI: China stocks ended higher on Wednesday to close the shortened three-session week on a firmer note, as investors cheered improving data from key economies and Beijing's latest reforms in its capital markets.
TENCENT Holdings Ltd.’s shares just hit three milestones in a single day.
SYDNEY: Chinese investment to Australia more than halved in 2019 and it would continue to fall this year due to the coronavirus outbreak and negative perceptions around government screenings of such inflows, says a report by KPMG and the University of Sydney.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong stock exchange’s boss called for confidence that the city will maintain its “undisputed” role as Asia’s financial nave, even as it battles the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak and political unrest.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: Chinese shares closed lower on Thursday as investors worried about a prolonged recovery in the economy, while awaiting more active stimulus policies to cushion the blow from the Covid-19.
IF working from home during the pandemic has shown anything, it’s that apartments and houses are our castles, like it or not. Hong Kong is emerging from a semi-lockdown (restaurants open, schools shut, workers everywhere on the home-office spectrum) and it’s clear that investors see refuge in housing, too.
HONG KONG: As markets in New York, Sydney and London tumble in ways rarely seen before in history, trying to time a good entry point for stocks may seem like a futile exercise right now.