China moves towards liberalising its domestic capital markets by allowing a group of foreign institutions to invest in its domestic bond market.
China’s renminbi reclaimed its position as the fifth largest payment currency in the world after slipping to seventh in February in a sign that more companies boosted their investment in China assets.
China’s central bank plans to launch in the next couple of months a credit-easing program that will allow local banks to swap local government bailout bonds for loans as a way to bolster liquidity and boost lending.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said it will review and approve two batches of initial share sale listing applications each month, up from one previously, increasing the pace of new listing in the country.
China is moving to overhaul its initial public offering (IPO) approval process and open its markets to share issuance by foreign companies.
China’s ambitious “New Silk Road” plan that will build infrastructure links to foreign markets has moved a step closer to reality as Beijing will draw from its foreign exchange reserves to inject $62 billion of capital into policy banks to...
Examining the significance and outcome of proposed amendments to China’s Foreign Investment Law.
Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen won’t approve tech firms with names suggesting they provide financial services.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is making a full evaluation of the international uses of the renminbi and its share in global investment and trade as part of the agency’s ongoing special drawing right (SDR) review, said an IMF official.
China’s tougher rules on margin trading sent shares lower on Monday overshadowing the central bank’s decision to implement its biggest cut in the banks’ reserve requirement ratio (RRR) since November 2008.