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  • Four Chinese insurers nodded to issue 10-yr callable capital supplementation bonds

    Four Chinese insurance companies have been approved of issuing 10-year callable capital supplementation bonds on the country’s interbank bond market, reported Shanghai Securities News.


  • IMF SRP to enter China's capital market on approved RQFII qualification

    The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has recently approved the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to access the country's capital market via the RMB Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (RQFII) program.


  • China Exim Bank to crank up supports for BR construction, chairman

    Chinese policy lender the Export-Import Bank of China (China Exim Bank) will pour more efforts to support constructing the Belt and Road, reported Shanghai Securities News citing its chairman Hu Xiaolian Friday.


  • China expects soaring foreign capital inflow through increased inclusion factors by MSCI

    Foreign capital inflow into the Chinese stock market will continue to accelerate thanks to global index provider MSCI's decision to increase the inclusion factor of China’s A-share from 5 percent to 20 percent, according to analysts.


  • Expert suggests big state-owned banks piloting mixed-ownership reform, report

    China’s large state-owned commercial banks can try piloting mixed-ownership reform to further advance their governance system reform, reported Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News citing Xiao Gang, ex-chairman of China’s securities regulator.


  • Great Wall Motor unveils development blueprint

    Great Wall Motor has set plans to speed up the development of new energy vehicles, said Wang Fengying, CEO of the company in a recent interview with Shanghai Securities Journal.


  • China expected to issue new version of drug catalogue in June this year

    China was expected to release a new version of the drug catalogue under its national medical insurance program, China Securities Journal reported on March 13.


  • JA Solar plans backdoor listing on A-share market at RMB 7.5 bln

    The estimated valuation of 7.5 billion yuan for the 100 percent stake in JA Solar is a reasonable price considering its vertical integrated industry chain as well as the company’s stable profitability in recent years, said chairman and CEO Jin Baofang.


  • Inclusion of China's bonds in global index "important milestone": IMF official

    The expected inclusion of Chinese bonds in the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Bond Index next month is an "important milestone" in China's financial integration into the world economy, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) official said Wedn


  • Stocks with concept of new-type smart grid with IoT technology attracts more investment

    The concept stock of smart grid with the Internet of Things technology continued to be strong Tuesday, with the index growing 7.94 percent and shares of more than ten companies including Minjiang Hydropower surged by the daily limit of ten percent.


  • Prices of medium-to-heavy rare earths likely to keep rising in China on tight supply

    Prices of medium-to-heavy rare earth minerals are expected to continue rising in China, due to tight supplies, analysts forecast.


  • Shenzhen bourse 2019 to mull multiple rules to create more transparent trading system, report

    China’s Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) vowed to continuously optimize capital market fundamental rules to craft a transparent SZSE this year, reported Securities Times Tuesday.


  • Pressure arised from Tesla’s price cut deemed as good thing for Chinese carmakers: official

    Competitive pressure caused by Tesla’s recent move to cut its vehicle prices is deemed as a good thing for Chinese carmakers, reported China Securities Journal.


  • Tesla’s localization scheme to deal big blow to Chinese carmakers: CAAM

    Tesla’s recent move to cut vehicle prices and localize its production in China will deal a big blow to Chinese automobile manufacturers.


  • Ping An Insurance releases generous cash dividend, A shares repo plans Tue.

    Chinese insurer Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China, Ltd. (601318.SH; 02318.HK) announced generous cash dividend distribution and A-share repurchase plans to reward investors late Tuesday, according to Xinhua-run Shanghai Securities News.


  • China's central bank skips open market operations for 9th day

    China's central bank continued to skip open market operations for the ninth consecutive working day Tuesday, citing abundant liquidity in the banking system.


  • CAICT: China domestic mobile phone shipment down 19.9pct on yr in Feb.

    China’s mobile phone market has seen a total shipment of 14.511 million in February, down 19.9 percent year on year, according to the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT).


  • Central bank continues to skip liquidity injection

    China's central bank suspended reverse repos for the eighth straight day on Monday as the liquidity remained stable in the monetary market.


  • China solicits opinions on new rules for management of QFII, RQFII

    China has drafted new rules for combining two investment programs for foreign institutional investors, which closed opinion soliciting on March 2 with information disclosure and wider investment scope widely focused on, reported Xinhua-run China Securitie


  • Analyst advises bond buyers to shorten duration, adjust inv. structure

    China’s bond market buyers are advised to shorten the duration of their bond investment and adjust their bond portfolio structure to rein in risks this year, reported Xinhua-run China Securities Journal Monday.


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