State-backed margin finance company China Securities Finance is providing liquidity to 21 brokerages to help ease the panic sentiment in the stock market.
Exchange to launch index options as part of continued development of derivatives market; futures trading limited in response to market selloff.
China's securities regulator has set up its first-ever market stabilisation fund in a bid to halt the recent stock market plunge.
China has suspended all initial public offerings in an effort to preserve market liquidity and halt the stock market’s recent plunge.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission has issued guidelines for the setting up of more privately-owned banks in the China.
Restrictions on the independent operations of Hong Kong asset managers in China may impose sales bottleneck.
China’s proposal to scrap its loan-to-deposit ratio limit, aimed at boosting bank lending, may ultimately make banks safer and help to make stimulus tools more effective.
China’s cabinet has proposed scrapping a rule that caps lending by commercial banks at 75 percent of their deposits to help boost credit expansion as it looks to revive its economic growth.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission will allow banks in the free trade zone to try new and innovative businesses under a special regulatory and risk management mechanism.
Bank of China has been approved to participate in the London Bullion Market Association auction which sets the price of gold in the London market.