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Chinese stocks down by midday close on weakness in banks and insurance firms
Short selling not to blame for China stock meltdown, official data shows

Short selling of shares by foreigners is not to blame for China’s stock meltdown, according to a new study of official figures by financial data firm Markit.

31 Jul 2015 - 8:37AM

Short selling of shares by foreigners is not to blame for China’s stock meltdown, according to a new study of official figures by financial data firm Markit.

Short selling not to blame for China stock meltdown, official data shows
Chinese and Hong Kong markets virtually flat by midsession
Chinese, Hong Kong stocks choppy by midday break; markets consolidate and seek direction
Chinese stocks settle lower but recover from worst of beating; Hong Kong ekes out gain
China Railway Signal aims to raise US$1.8b in listing

Undeterred by another market crash, China Railway Signal and Communication yesterday began to tap investors for its initial public offering in Hong Kong.

20 Jun 2018 - 3:23PM

Undeterred by another market crash, China Railway Signal and Communication yesterday began to tap investors for its initial public offering in Hong Kong.

China Railway Signal aims to raise US$1.8b in listing
Chinese stocks battle back to end up, Hong Kong shares in the red by the close
Bump ahead for China's luxury carmaker stocks as economy slows
China stocks finish higher as Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hong Kong post gains on week
Shanghai and Shenzhen stocks finish lower, Hong Kong softer at the close
Shanghai and Hong Kong stocks retreat as investors await China GDP data
Hong Kong follows rebound in mainland Chinese stocks
China’s MSCI dreams in doubt after Beijing’s shock market intervention
China Markets Live - Mainland and Hong Kong stocks settle higher after severe rout
Watch out for dead-cat bounce in Hong Kong stock market

A recovery in Hong Kong's stock market yesterday may be a classic dead-cat bounce, with investor sentiment clearly risk averse despite a fresh flurry of edicts from mainland regulators designed to soothe investor fears of an unstoppable slide in the country's stock markets.

10 Jul 2015 - 10:06AM

A recovery in Hong Kong's stock market yesterday may be a classic dead-cat bounce, with investor sentiment clearly risk averse despite a fresh flurry of edicts from mainland regulators designed to soothe investor fears of an unstoppable slide in the country's stock markets.

Watch out for dead-cat bounce in Hong Kong stock market
Volatile China stocks close higher, Hong Kong ends sharply up

Welcome to SCMP.com's live coverage of China's stock market chaos here's how todays trading unfolded. China's market rebounded to finish higher while Hong Kong finished strongly as the weeks-long rout in equities seems to slow down for now. As before, we'll be bringing you updates as they happen on price levels, the biggest fallers and gainers and other key trading data, as well as breaking news and expert opinion on key developments.

2 Sep 2016 - 2:16PM

Welcome to SCMP.com's live coverage of China's stock market chaos here's how todays trading unfolded. China's market rebounded to finish higher while Hong Kong finished strongly as the weeks-long rout in equities seems to slow down for now. As before, we'll be bringing you updates as they happen on price levels, the biggest fallers and gainers and other key trading data, as well as breaking news and expert opinion on key developments.

Volatile China stocks close higher, Hong Kong ends sharply up
Shanghai’s new listing venue in doubt after Beijing reins in IPOs
Fresh fall in Chinese stocks points to split in investor sentiment
China shares bounce back on rescue fund talks
Beijing's curb on new listings seen as boost to Hong Kong's IPO market
Beijing to rein in pace of fund raising amid Chinese stock market rout

Beijing has reined in the pace of raising funds in the mainland's initial public offering market after Shanghai's benchmark stock index posted its worst three-week performance in almost a quarter of a century.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Beijing has reined in the pace of raising funds in the mainland's initial public offering market after Shanghai's benchmark stock index posted its worst three-week performance in almost a quarter of a century.

Beijing to rein in pace of fund raising amid Chinese stock market rout
Hong Kong stocks trade flat ahead of Sunday's Greek austerity vote
Shanghai shares finishes at over 3-month low; Beijing eyes manipulation and short-selling
China’s stocks hit critical low despite government lifelines

A series of lifelines from Beijing failed to stop the slide in the mainland's stock market on Thursday, with the key Shanghai Composite Index closing below the critical 4,000 mark for the first time in almost three months.

20 Jun 2018 - 5:30PM

A series of lifelines from Beijing failed to stop the slide in the mainland's stock market on Thursday, with the key Shanghai Composite Index closing below the critical 4,000 mark for the first time in almost three months.

China’s stocks hit critical low despite government lifelines
PRESS DIGEST - Top stories in Hong Kong and mainland China newspapers on July 2
Merged China train maker shows not all state firms are safe bets
Brokerage and insurance stocks power rebound in Chinese markets
China’s pension fund may invest 30 per cent of net assets in equities
Shanghai on edge as stocks extend sell-off
Shares of Lenovo parent Legend rise in Hong Kong market debut