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Chinese markets soared and the yuan rose on Friday, with about a trillion dollars added to the value of Chinese stocks in week, as rumours and news reports fed hopes for twin relief in U.S.-China tension and China's tough COVID rules.
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- MarketsChina stocks slump as resurgent COVID-19 cases weaken outlook
Chinese stocks plunged on Monday as a continued surge of COVID cases further clouded the economic outlook, while regulatory concerns and U.S. delisting risks sent Hong Kong-listed tech giants to a new low, dragging down the Hang Seng benchmark.
- MarketsChina shares end lower as inflation risks, COVID cases mount
Chinese shares ended lower on Wednesday, as investors remained on edge over concerns the commodity prices' rally would have a wider impact on the world's second-largest economy, while new domestic coronavirus cases also weighed on risk sentiment.
- MarketsChina's shares drop over 1% on inflation worries, new COVID cases
China's shares extended losses on Wednesday, as market watchers remain on edge amid fears of a wider impact of commodity prices' surge on Beijing, while new coronavirus cases in the world's second-largest economy also weighed on risk sentiment.
- MarketsEV makers pull China shares lower; Hong Kong falls to 2-year low
China shares closed lower on Wednesday, with new-energy vehicle makers leading losses as investors dumped equities with high valuations, while worries over the impact of aggressive sanctions imposed against Russia also weighed on sentiment.
- MarketsChina shares fall as high valuations drain out power from EV stocks
China shares fell on Wednesday with new-energy vehicle makers leading losses as investors dumped equities with high valuations amid worries over the impact of aggressive sanctions imposed against Russia.
- MarketsEnergy, material stocks lift China A-shares; Hong Kong slips
Chinese A-shares closed higher on Monday, boosted by gains in raw material and energy firms as the Russia-Ukraine conflict lifted commodity prices, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng slipped as the city battles a worsening COVID-19 outbreak.
- MarketsChina shares fall as fresh sanctions on Russia dampen sentiment
Chinese A-shares fell on Monday, dragged lower by financials and consumer firm stocks, as tough new Western sanctions on Russia after its invasion of Ukraine pushed investors away from riskier assets.
- MarketsChina stocks slip on worsening Ukraine crisis, fresh tech crackdown
China shares fell on Tuesday, hit by consumer and "metaverse" stocks, as investors dumped riskier assets on worsening Ukraine crisis, while fears over a fresh round of regulatory crackdowns in the tech sector also weighed on sentiment.