Listed mainland developers turn to cheap onshore bonds for relief

At least 30 developers whose share prices are plunging on mainland exchanges are preparing to issue

Regulator bans major stakeholders from selling A-shares for six months

The China Securities Regulatory Commission has announced that it will "deal severely" with any stoc

Alibaba, shares in New York dinged by mainland stock rout

Even stocks for mainland firms not listed in China are feeling the hurt from the ongoing rout, with

745 stocks suspended for trading in China, locking up $1.4 trillion

The total number of suspended stocks on China's exchanges has reached 745, accounting for 26% of li

Survey shows households leaving stock market for real estate investment

Preliminary results show 31.5% of respondents to the China Household Finance Survey planning to red

Stock prices' fall adds to China's leverage load

The outstanding balance of margin loans on the Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges climbed to 4.4% of o

Securities firms pledge $19.4bn to shore up market as IPOs cancelled

China's Securities Association of China said that 21 large brokerage firms had agreed to set up a f

How the collapse of China's volatile stock market looked from the inside

Bourse biopsy

Securities regulator loosens leverage rules for Chinese brokerages

The China Securities Regulatory Commission has announced it will let brokerages securitize margin l

Top shareholders look to buy back stock in their China-listed firms

Major shareholders in as many as twelve mainland-listed firms companies have increased their holdin

Regulators to cut stock trading transaction fees by 30% starting August 1

Transaction fees at the Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges will be lowered by 30% to 0.0487 per

Shadow margin debt may nearly double leverage of China's stock market

Margin debt at mainland brokerages totaling RMB2.2 trillion (US$354 billion) - racked up by traders

Shanghai, Shenzhen-listed stocks rebound for reasons unknown

Shanghai and Shenzhen-listed shares rebounded to close in positive territory Tuesday after continui

Short sellers still underserved by mainland's A-share market

Astronomic share valuations have gone largely un-sniped by short sellers looking to bet against Chi

Securities regulator may consider suspending IPOs to stabilize stocks

The China Securities Regulatory Commission may be considering suspension of further initial public

China's mainland-listed A-shares tumble into bear market

Losses on Monday pushed both the Shanghai and Shenzhen composite indices down beyond a decline of 2

Central bank cuts lending, deposit rates and targets some reserve requirements

The People's Bank of China on Saturday cut both the country's one-year benchmark lending rate and o

A-shares end rough week as Shanghai Composite Index falls 7.4%

Mainland listed shares plunged Friday as the Shanghai Composite Index fell 7.4% and the Shenzhen Co

Hong Kong regulator withholds approval of dual-class shareholding structures

Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Commission has shot down a proposal to let companies with differ

US SEC freezes Chinese trader's assets following fishy Qihoo trades

The US Securities and Exchange Commission has frozen the assets of Luo Hanjian, the chief executive

Mainland commodities internationalize apace without Hong Kong's help

Hopes that Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing could follow up its Shanghai stock connect success wi

Securities regulator division chief detained after stocks plummet

The division chief at the China Securities Regulatory Commission's department of public offering su

Guotai Junan Securities looks to raise $4.8bn in Shanghai listing

Guotai Junan Securities is planning to raise US$4.8 billion through the sale of shares on the Shang

Hong Kong firms allowed to trade directly on London Stock Exchange

The Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission has granted the London Stock Exchange a license to

China-listed company insiders sell off shares at record rates

Senior executives at listed mainland Chinese firms and their relatives sold a total of 1.68 billion

Hong Kong Exchange plans system to curb volatility from high-frequency trading

Charles Li, chief of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, said the territory's bourse could introduce

Regulator said to mull allowing rollover of margin trading for A-shares

The China Securities Regulatory Commission may allow Chinese brokerages to extend margin trading an

MSCI defers adding Chinese stocks to its indices

International index provider MSCI has announced that mainland-listed A-shares will not yet be added

MSCI set to decide whether to include Chinese stocks in indexes

Index provider MSCI will announce on Tuesday whether it will include mainland Chinese stocks in the

Coal bed methane explorer seeks $400mn in IPO to fund expansion in China

The private Beijing-based coal bed methane explorer AAG Energy Holdings will seek to raise about US


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