Individual investors have been cutting back on cash in portfolios, the exact reverse of what Warren Buffett has been doing at Berkshire Hathaway.
Fund managers may face tougher scrutiny by global regulators after their intense lobbying against an initial proposal backfired, industry sources and G20 officials said.
Chongqing Rural Commercial Bank shares fell yesterday after the mainland bank reported a substantial jump in non-performing loans.
Fujian Nuoqi has seen several lenders freeze its deposits and demand repayment of 454.5 million yuan (HK$571.95 million) in loans.
- Yes: 67%
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A wager by the teachers of Ontario, Canada, on Beijing-based online retailer JD.com is paying off in a big way.
The good news is that active investment managers are almost certainly better than ever. The bad news is that it matters less and less.
Mainland firms are increasingly turning to back-door listings as Beijing keeps a tight rein on the ranks of candidates seeking to go public - with the prospects of riches for the owners of...
Smaller Hong Kong stockbrokers are taking a more cautious view on the stock through train scheme - largely reflecting cost hurdles - as the larger players gear up for the programme that will link...
Taiwan’s commercial banks have been earning sizeable profits through yuan deposits from the public, but there are challenges ahead.
It is as if the mainland never heard of the global financial crisis. Regulators in that market are embracing securitisation – the type of structured debt that took global banking to the brink of...
The Hang Seng Index broke through the 25,000-point level for the first time since 2008 yesterday, but it failed to stay above the psychologically important level as it ended at 24,954.94 points....
Telstra, Australia's largest telephone company, said it would buy back A$1 billion (HK$7.2 billion) in shares and also raised its dividend as full-year profits came in above forecasts.
Zhang Xiuli says she knows nothing about the nine mainland companies that held initial public offerings last month.
Insider trading rules are stymieing shareholder activism in Australia, fostering a culture of bad management in listed companies and curbing growth, investor Mark Carnegie said.
The benchmark Hang Seng Index will continue to rise past the 25,000 barrier soon, analysts predict, citing an influx of foreign funds that are bullish on the mainland economy, cheap mainland...
The guessing game over when the United States Federal Reserve will raise interest rates is underpinning bets for more volatility across shares of banks, brokerages and insurers.