Juggling the fear and panic of its worst stock market crash against long term financial regulatory reforms would challenge any country.
PBOC announces new measures making it more costly to use forwards contracts to bet on yuan weakness.
Chinese regulators have issued a notice encouraging mergers and acquisitions activity, cash dividend payments, and share repurchases by listed companies, as part of its efforts to promote the development of the capital markets.
China's cabinet has imposed a 16 trillion yuan ceiling on local government debt for 2015 and expanded the debt swap programme to 3.2 trillion yuan from 2 trillion yuan.
A securities watchdog official, four senior executives of a major brokerage, and a reporter have all reportedly confessed to stock market violations and been detained.
China's cabinet has voted to scrap the 75 percent loan-to-deposit cap on bank lending, and instead use the ratio only as a liquidity-monitoring indicator.
The China Insurance Regulatory Commission has rolled out new regulations on pension fund management in a bid to encourage the insurance industry's participation in developing China’s pension system.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has increased margin requirements on stock index futures contracts and narrowed the number of contracts that traders can open in a bid to curb speculation.
China has relaxed its property investment rules for foreigners, allowing them to buy as many properties as they wish and loosening restrictions on loans and settlement in foreign currencies.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission has launched an investigation into some of China's largest brokerages for suspected rule violations.