Amid US-China posturing, Hong Kong is emerging as a safe port for China’s corporate refugees – but there are powerful reasons for at least some of these ADRs to stay where they are.
With the first interest rate swap transaction referencing the new Singapore Overnight Rate Average, the island state hopes to stay ahead of regional peers.
After decades of chasing the prestige of a US listing, Chinese companies can’t go private fast enough – here’s why.
A new pilot scheme to allow Chinese banks to trade government bond futures is a healthy step towards allowing foreign investors to finally tap it, experts believe.
The Chinese securities watchdog updated three draft regulations last week. For investors, it means both opportunity and challenge.