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  1. HK takes new step in yuan business

    Posted Sep 06th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Enoch Yiu enoch.yiu@scmp.com Hong Kong-listed companies can now raise yuan through share placements or rights issues after the city's stock exchange announced guidelines on mainland currency-denominated offerings yesterday. Bryan Chan Ping-keung, hea ...

  2. Business - Money - REGULATION

    China stocks set to be cleared for Hong Kong investors

    Posted Mar 08th 2013, 12:00am by Daniel Ren

    ... Authority said it would keep in close contact with the mainland regulators to develop yuan businesses. The China Securities Regulatory Commission published a new rule governing the renminbi ... in Taiwan if the current renminbi clearing platform and the cross-strait financial co-operation further deepen." The expansion of the RQFII scheme will be followed by a decision to allow ...

  3. Lenders promote yuan hedging tools

    Posted Aug 19th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... on future yuan movement. 'With the changes to the renminbi exchange rate regime introduced, we can expect to see the development of a renminbi forward market for risk management,' said ...

  4. Decline in HK-traded yuan indicates road of appreciation no longer one way

    Posted Oct 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... on the yuan's appreciation and largely ignored the underlying credits. In a couple of days, almost a year's profits in yuan-denominated bonds were wiped out. The HSBC Offshore Renminbi Bond Index ... to 1.2 per cent due to the weakening value of the renminbi and declining debt prices. 'We believe the current situation resulted from a combination of panic and speculation,' says Woon ...

  5. Business - Economy - CHINA

    RQFII quota to be raised by 200 billion yuan

    Posted Nov 12th 2012, 12:00am by JANE CAI

    ... Policymakers agree to allow more foreign institutional investors to take part in mainland stock markets, but capital flow restrictions to stay China will soon more than triple the quota for the renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor scheme to accommodate rising demand from Hong Kong investors, but restrictions on capital inflows and outflows will remain. Policymakers have ...

  6. Quota for yuan scheme too small, says manager

    Posted Jan 05th 2012, 12:00am

    ... May Chan may.chan@scmp.com The 20 billion yuan (HK$24.7 billion) earmarked for the initial renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor (RQFII) scheme is too little to satisfy investor demand, according to China Universal Asset Management, one of the first to be granted a quota. Beijing has so far approved a quota of 10.7 billion yuan for 10 mainland investment firms ...

  7. Mainland defies global sell-off

    Posted Apr 06th 2012, 12:00am

    ... on the top of the existing 20 billion yuan, for offshore investors to invest offshore yuan in mainland stock and bond markets through the renminbi qualified foreign institutional investor scheme. ...

  8. Christmas 2011, not the rosiest date to put in your diary

    Posted Dec 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... the renminbi-denominated Qualified Foreign Institutional Investors (QFII) scheme. All are mainland fund houses and brokerages- not one from Hong Kong. Not a very good Christmas for the financial sector. Remember ...

  9. RMB points to jobs galore

    Posted Sep 30th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Liana Cafolla With the global financial news being unrelentingly negative in recent months, the golden egg potential of the renminbi (RMB) business remains a beacon of hope to banks. But bankers say unanswered questions remain, and Hong Kong retail banks have yet to see any notable profits. In any case, in terms of jobs, this means those with exposure to RMB business stand a good ...

  10. What is a good contrarian bet to make in this climate?

    Posted Jun 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... market, which has historically traded at a premium to the region, is now at parity. Finally, the ringgit should continue to appreciate in value at least as much as the renminbi. Carl Berrisford ...




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