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Samuel Shen

In China, response to pledged share meltdown stirs concern

Nov 09 2018

SHANGHAI Scores of Chinese brokers and banks are struggling under the weight of hundreds of billions of dollars worth of loans to companies using their own plummeting shares as collateral.

RPT-ANALYSIS-Slump persists, China fails to stimulate markets hobbled by pledged shares

Oct 24 2018

SHANGHAI, Oct 24 China is struggling to restore confidence in its stock markets, which are being weighed down by a massive amount of shares that have been pledged as collateral as credit-starved companies seek to raise funds.

Slump persists, China fails to stimulate markets hobbled by pledged shares

Oct 24 2018

SHANGHAI China is struggling to restore confidence in its stock markets, which are being weighed down by a massive amount of shares that have been pledged as collateral as credit-starved companies seek to raise funds.

China constricts capital outflows with eye on yuan stability

Oct 11 2018

SHANGHAI China's latest attempts at restricting outward investment by its residents show just how nervous policymakers in the world's second largest economy are about possible capital flight spurred by a broadening Sino-U.S. trade war.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-China taps brakes on outbound investment, betrays capital flow fears

Oct 10 2018

SHANGHAI, Oct 10 China is suspending approvals for a niche overseas investment product in Shanghai known as the QDLP scheme and urging licence holders, such as JPMorgan Asset Management and Aberdeen Standard Investments, to be "low profile" in marketing it, sources said.

Exclusive: China taps brakes on outbound investment, betrays capital flow fears

Oct 10 2018

SHANGHAI China is suspending approvals for a niche overseas investment product in Shanghai known as the QDLP scheme and urging license holders, such as JPMorgan Asset Management and Aberdeen Standard Investments, to be "low profile" in marketing it, sources said.

FTSE Russell includes China stocks in boon to battered market

Sep 27 2018

SHANGHAI/SAN FRANCISCO Global index provider FTSE Russell said it will start including mainland Chinese shares in its major benchmarks from June next year, in a move that it expects will draw initial net inflows of $10 billion from passive investors.

UPDATE 3-FTSE Russell includes China stocks in boon to battered market

Sep 27 2018

* FTSE's China inclusion expected to trigger $10 bln passive inflows

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-FTSE Russell includes China stocks in boon to battered market

Sep 26 2018

* FTSE's China inclusion expected to trigger $10 bln passive inflows

As trade war rumbles, China steps up opening of financial markets

Sep 26 2018

SHANGHAI The worsening Sino-U.S. trade war has battered China's stocks and currency this year but that hasn't stopped foreign investors rushing into the country's capital markets, which are increasingly opening up despite rising protectionism.

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