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China securities watchdog seeks closer cooperation with U.S.

BEIJING China's securities regulator said on Sunday it will seek closer cooperation with its U.S. counterpart and will support overseas listings, after U.S. regulators tightened disclosure for Chinese companies and voiced concern about Beijing's regulatory actions.

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Israel's Bank Hapoalim to pay dividend after regulator nod

Israel's Bank Hapoalim says it will pay a cash dividend of 616.8 million shekels ($191 million), or 30% of 2020 net profit, on Aug. 18. The announcement by Hapoalim, Israel's second-largest bank, comes after Israel's banking regulator in mid-July told lenders they could resume paying dividends, but recommended a limit of 30% of 2020 profits since a level of economic uncertainty remains.

China securities watchdog seeks closer cooperation with U.S.

China's securities regulator said on Sunday it will seek closer cooperation with its U.S. counterpart and will support overseas listings, after U.S. regulators tightened disclosure for Chinese companies and voiced concern about Beijing's regulatory actions.

China new home price growth slows in July - private survey

China's growth in new home prices slowed in July for the first time in five months, with smaller cities especially weighed down by higher mortgage rates, price caps on resale homes and other steps to cool speculation, a private-sector survey showed on Sunday.

TABLE-S.Korea July exports surge 29.6% y/y, miss forecast

Following are South Korea's preliminary export and import figures for July, released by the government on Sunday (rounded): July *June Balance ($ billion) +1.76 +4.45 Exports ($ billion) 55.43 54.80 (% growth vs yr ago) +29.6 +39.8 Imports ($ billion) 53.67 50.35 (% growth vs yr ago) +38.2 +40.7 * Revised on July 15 NOTES: - June exports surged 29.

Private equity firm CD&R readies Morrisons counter-bid - report

Private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) is poised to start a bidding war for British supermarket chain Morrisons, the target of a 6.3 billion-pound ($8.8 billion) offer from a group led by another U.S. buyout firm, Fortress, the Sunday Times reported.

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