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BEIJING/HONG KONG (Reuters): Mainland tech giant ByteDance is considering listing its domestic business in Hong Kong or Shanghai, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
SHANGHAI: China's newly-created mini-IPO market kicked off trading on Monday in a frenzy as circuit breakers were triggered for both surging and slumping stocks on their debuts.
SHANGHAI: Chinese shares edged up on Monday after falling sharply in the previous session, as data showed that China's economic recovery is continuing to build momentum, but gains were capped by rising US-China tensions.
SHANGHAI, July 26 (Xinhua) -- China's Nasdaq-style sci-tech innovation board, also known as the STAR market, is expected to nurture world-class technology companies in China, considering its astonishing growth in the past year.
CHINA’S Nasdaq-style Star Market is set to attract more foreign investors in the coming quarters, thanks to the launch of its first market benchmark and its growing ability to attract quality tech names with overseas presence, according to leading global financial institutions.
SHANGHAI: China shares inched higher on Tuesday, supported by strong gains in healthcare stocks on rising hopes for a coronavirus vaccine, although profit-taking after the previous session's rally kept gains in check
Shanghai, July 20 (AFP): Ant Group, the online payments giant affiliated to Chinese e-commerce leader Alibaba, said Monday it had taken the first steps toward a blockbuster dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong that could be among the biggest in years.
We knew Q2 earnings would be dire but the hope was a) they might turn out to be better than feared and b) companies could offer guidance on the outlook.
SHANGHAI: China stocks posted their biggest fall in more than five months on Thursday, as investors cooled down their buying spree on signs of policy tightening after the country's economic growth in the second quarter beat expectations.
SHANGHAI: Having begun delisting 26 companies so far this year, China's securities regulator is set to remove a record number of firms from the stock exchange, heeding a message from Vice Premier Liu He to ensure the "survival of the fittest".