There can be no doubt that China's A-share markets have now entered bubble territory.Wednesday, 25 April, 2007, 12:00am
Investors shrug off possible new curbs to cool overheating
Mainland stocks rebounded strongly yesterday, recouping most of the losses incurred in Thursday's biggest drop in seven weeks, as enthusiastic investors shrugged off concern about a possible new round of tightening measures to rein in the country's runaway economy.21 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
'Mainland-listed firms had an average earnings growth of 40 per cent last year. By international practice, this would support a 40 times price-earnings ratio. But the average ratio is only 30 times. It's not especially expensive.'
Liu Lefei, chief investment officer
China Life Insurance21 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
Angang Steel, the mainland's third-largest steel producer by output, saw its share price fall as much as 3.18 per cent after it unveiled a second attempt to launch the first dual A and H-share rights issue to raise more than HK$20 billion.12 Apr 2007 - 12:00am
The central government has stepped up efforts to cool the country's stock markets by strengthening rules to bar listed companies from using share-sale proceeds to buy stocks.
The move is also intended to cut investment risks taken by listed companies.21 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
Zhou Zhengqing insists development is healthy as officials take cautious approach
A former securities regulator dismissed the widespread view that a bubble has developed in the mainland's stock market, even amid measures taken by the authorities to prevent its bursting.21 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
School: Pui Kiu Middle School
Young Post: Do you get pocket money and how do you spend it?
Au: Yes, I get HK$200 a week. I also get quite a lot of money from red packets over Lunar New Year and on my birthday.
I usually spend the money on travelling, food and daily expenses.
YP: Do you have a savings plan?14 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
Intime Department Store (Group), the largest department store chain in Zhejiang province, will raise about HK$2.43 billion after setting the price of its stock offer at the top of an indicative range amid strong demand, market sources said.14 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
A senior reporter at the South China Morning Post takes a look at one of the hottest topics in the business world: company profits
Many of Hong Kong's top companies are opening their books this week to tell investors how much money they've made or lost last year and what their plans are for the coming year.7 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
Rebound forgotten as rattled investors sell off blue chips seen as overvalued
Mainland stocks slumped yesterday as investors continued to dispose of highly priced blue chips after the biggest one-day decline in a decade on Tuesday.2 Mar 2007 - 12:00am