Taiwan's central bank warned of rising risk from China amid a slowing economic growth in the mainland which could adversely impact the financial sector.
China plans to launch its first crude oil futures contract this year as the nation further liberalises its capital markets.
The People’s Bank of China announced that it is stepping up credit support for small and medium-sized enterprises and rural firms.
China plans to revitalize the country's small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) through tax cuts, access to loans other financial incentives in a bid to boost overall economic growth.
The country's weakening property market poses risks to the banking system, an official with the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) said.
The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is planning about 100 initial public offerings (IPOs) from June to the end of 2014 as the government moves to revamp its IPO rules.
China's financial regulators is stepping up regulation for interbank borrowing in a move to manage risks in the financial system and deploy more capital into the real economy.
ASIFMA, together with Standard Chartered and Thomson Reuters, launched a white paper that calls for the opening up of China’s capital markets and the internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB).
China issued new, detailed rules governing initial public offerings, in a move that may pave the way for new listings on mainland markets soon.
Chinese banks are faced with increasing risks born out of shadow banking, local government debt, bad loans, and looming house price declines.