Jing Yang

Jing Yang is a business reporter with the SCMP. She has four years’ experience covering companies and recently shifted her focus to markets. Jing holds bachelor of economics and master of journalism degrees and is fluent in English, Putonghua and Cantonese. She is from Guizhou province in Southwest China, a remote place famous for bizarre, breathtaking landscapes, the country’s biggest waterfall and the national wine Moutai. Always keeping an open mind, Jing would like to hear your feedback, suggestions and critiques.
Jing Yang
Jing Yang is a business reporter with the SCMP. She has four years’ experience covering companies and recently shifted her focus to markets. Jing holds bachelor of economics and master of journalism degrees and is fluent in English, Putonghua and Cantonese. She is from Guizhou province in Southwest China, a remote place famous for bizarre, breathtaking landscapes, the country’s biggest waterfall and the national wine Moutai. Always keeping an open mind, Jing would like to hear your feedback, suggestions and critiques.

Latest from Jing Yang

Tough times for China’s dim sum bonds
Panda bonds alluring in China’s booming bond market
China loosens rules for foreign investors to move money around
Yuen Long property sales in Hong Kong sluggish amid interest rate fears
Managed float to continue for Chinese yuan despite milestone IMF decision
More financial reforms in store after IMF verdict, PBOC deputy governor pledges
China’s yuan loses ground after milestone IMF reserves inclusion
Hong Kong shares claw way to firm close after IMF verdict on yuan, but Chinese markets muted by finish
Yuan expected to get low SDR weighting
Offshore yuan sinks to weakest level in two and a half months
China stocks plunge most in three months on broker probe, growth fears

Mainland stocks suffered their worst sell-off since late August on Friday, as investors dumped equities on fears about Beijing’s crackdown on stock speculation and further signs of economic slowdown.

28 Nov 2015 - 2:14AM

Mainland stocks suffered their worst sell-off since late August on Friday, as investors dumped equities on fears about Beijing’s crackdown on stock speculation and further signs of economic slowdown.

China stocks plunge most in three months on broker probe, growth fears
China stocks end lower as IPO resumption looms, Hong Kong shares also down on weakness in tech and autos
Mystery of the missing chairman: Guotai Junan case makes Western firms wary of Chinese bosses’ connections
China brokerages look like good bets amid mounting signs that mainland shares have stabilised, analysts say
Hong Kong, China stocks crawl  to firm close in morning session
Hong Kong stocks slide on geopolitical worries but China index led higher by robotics and tech shares
Guotai Junan under scrutiny more than a week before chairman’s disappearance
Noble Group faces ratings downgrade to junk
Hong Kong stocks fall as resource shares hit by weak commodity prices
Head of Hong Kong-based  brokerage Guotai Junan International ‘missing’ in case linked to probe of CSRC vice-chairman
Hong Kong, China stocks end down slightly on IPO resumption concerns, brokerages weaker
Offshore yuan in liquidity crunch as PBOC reportedly cracks  down on cross-border arbitrage
Global mergers and acquisitions at tipping point, with Asian firms aggressive buyers, says JP Morgan
Guodian Tech to divest solar production lines, expects hit to profits
Fresh bout of depreciation awaits yuan after IMF review
Asia's most expensive apartment: Opus Hong Kong flat sells for record HK$509.6m
China’s bond market braces for uncertainty
Hong Kong, China markets lower for the week, analysts warn of likely downbeat open Monday
Irresponsible or amateurish? PBOC blunder dents investor confidence
SDR inclusion far from enough to increase yuan’s allure to investors