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SHANGHAI/HONG KONG An easing of restrictions on foreign fund manager outflows from China will give overseas investors more comfort investing in the mainland, bankers and consultants said.
SHANGHAI Asset managers began fundraising for six Chinese "unicorn" funds on Monday, offering retail investors a new investment channel but potentially straining tight market liquidity.
SHANGHAI Foxconn Industrial Internet Co Ltd (FII), a unit of the world's largest contract manufacturer, became China's biggest domestically listed tech company by market cap on Friday as its shares soared a maximum 44 percent on debut.
SHANGHAI Foreign buying of Chinese stocks were tepid on Thursday as benchmark indexes rose on the last trading day before mainland shares join MSCI's emerging markets index.
SHANGHAI, May 31 Foreign buying of Chinese stocks was tepid on Thursday as benchmark indexes rose on the last trading day before mainland shares join MSCI's emerging markets index.
SHANGHAI The inclusion of Chinese stocks in closely tracked MSCI share indexes is widely expected to draw tens of billions of dollars into the mainland market next month, but active fund managers' conservative positions could mean inflows are much smaller.
SHANGHAI MSCI, the U.S. index publisher, said on Tuesday it will include 234 Chinese large cap stocks in its global and regional indexes on June 1, setting the stage for capital markets in the world's second-biggest economy to get a boost from a potential surge of foreign money.
SHANGHAI, May 15 MSCI, the U.S. index publisher, said on Tuesday that 234 Chinese large caps will be partially included in its global and regional indexes on June 1, following an index review ahead of China's inclusion in MSCI's widely tracked equity benchmarks.
SHANGHAI At a Hua Xia Bank branch in Shanghai's financial district, Wang Shujuan, a 72-year-old retired doctor, is looking at moving her money out of a high-yielding wealth management product into a bank deposit bearing an indefinite rate of return.
SHANGHAI Overseas investors are pumping billions of dollars into Chinese stocks and the country's asset managers are rushing to launch index-tracking funds in a fervent build-up to China's inclusion in MSCI's widely tracked equity benchmarks.