Shenzhen Stock Exchange

Shenzhen to let small firms issue exchangeable bonds

A trading hall in Shanghai. Photo: Xinhua

The Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) has issued a document to the market giving details of a trial programme to allow small- to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to issue private exchangeable bonds, IFR reported late on Monday.

Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 4:13am

Delisting looms for Sinotrans subsidiaries

Zhao Huxiang, Non-executive Director and Chairman of Sinotrans Shipping Limited. Photo: May Tse

Zhao Huxiang said Nanjing Tanker would be suspended from the Shanghai stock exchange this year if it reported a net loss for 2012, which would be its third consecutive negative result.

21 Mar 2013 - 5:20am

Index launch of exchanges' joint venture clears way for derivatives

Bryan Chan, director of China Exchanges Services, says many fund houses and financial firms are interested in the indices. Photo: May Tse

A joint venture of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges will launch two new indices today and will this month allow the first batch of financial companies to use the indices for launching derivative products.

18 Mar 2013 - 2:17am

Beijing mulls plan to boost debt market

The aim is to integrate bond trade on the stock exchanges. Photo: Bloomberg

Beijing is weighing the introduction of a depository receipt system in the country's bond market to direct a part of the debt currently traded on the interbank market to the domestic stock exchanges.

27 Dec 2012 - 1:59am

Hong Kong listing on the cards for China Vanke

Hong Kong listing on the cards for China Vanke

China Vanke, the biggest developer by market value traded on the mainland's exchanges, may be planning to convert its foreign-currency denominated shares for a listing in Hong Kong, according to Credit Suisse.

27 Dec 2012 - 1:59am

Can Hong Kong be friends with mainland exchanges?

The Shenzhen market is also mulling becoming a shareholding company, paving the way for a listing, observers say. Photo: Bloomberg

The relationship between the Hong Kong stock exchange and its mainland counterparts entered a new chapter this week with a joint venture set up to boost co-operation. But there is a big question mark over whether the three can really become partners.

7 Nov 2012 - 2:05pm

HKEx links up with Shanghai and Shenzhen exchanges

China Exchanges Services chief executive Bryan Chan says the venture will create products for international investors to trade. Photo: May Tse

A joint venture of the stock exchanges of Hong Kong, Shanghai and Shenzhen will launch three indices in the next two months to track cross-border stocks.

China Exchanges Services, the HK$300 million venture equally owned by the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, Shanghai Stock Exchange and Shenzhen Stock Exchange, was officially set up yesterday.

31 Oct 2012 - 2:30am

Alarm bells ring over results of ChiNext listings

Alarm bells are ringing on China's Nasdaq-style share market as members of the much-hyped board prepare to unveil first-quarter losses.

Stung by the outcry from investors, regulators have responded to the profit warnings by introducing measures to de-list underachievers.

23 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Fairer exchanges on debut shares

The Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges have issued new rules aimed at curbing speculation on newly listed stocks during their trading debuts, in line with mainland regulators' determination to protect small investors.

9 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Mainland firms see profit growth slow to 22pc

Profit growth at mainland companies in the first half was sharply lower than last year, falling short of investor expectations and casting a shadow over the outlook for a market that has lost 8.6 per cent so far this year.

1 Sep 2011 - 12:00am

Shenzhen listings outshine Shanghai

Shanghai's ambition to become a global financial centre has hit a blip. The city's stock exchange has been eclipsed this year by its smaller domestic counterpart in Shenzhen.

20 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Alarm at Baling's failed ipo bid

Nanning Baling Technology's failed initial public offering set the alarm bells ringing in the mainland's stock market as beleaguered investors start to shun once safe bets in the world's biggest IPO market.

Baling was forced to halt its offering process following unsuccessful price consultations with institutional investors, becoming the first mainland company to do so.

9 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Let's be clear what is best for our economy

Hong Kong's economy made a robust recovery last year, propping up both the stock and property markets. Revenue generated from stamp duty and land sales has significantly exceeded expectations, up to the third quarter of this financial year, boosting the budget surplus to HK$59 billion.

16 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

Regulator warns on price fixing on second board

The mainland's securities regulator yesterday vowed to react quickly to any trading irregularities when the nation's Nasdaq-style second board opens in a few weeks' time, warning investors not to attempt any price manipulation.

29 Sep 2009 - 12:00am

Allow HK firms to list on Shenzhen exchange, think tank says

Hong Kong-listed firms should be allowed to list on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange by issuing depositary receipts, and exchange-traded funds (ETF) should be cross-listed in the cities' bourses, the head of an influential Hong Kong think tank says.

28 Jul 2009 - 12:00am