Toh Han Shih

Toh Han Shih was senior Asia correspondent of MLex, a media organisation focusing on regulatory risk, from November 2015 to March 2018. Prior to that, he was a reporter at the South China Morning Post in two stints for roughly 10 years.
Toh Han Shih
Toh Han Shih was senior Asia correspondent of MLex, a media organisation focusing on regulatory risk, from November 2015 to March 2018. Prior to that, he was a reporter at the South China Morning Post in two stints for roughly 10 years.

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Joshua Wong and the double standards of the Thai junta
Whether in public or in private, Britain was right to bring up human rights during Xi Jinping's state visit
Gag on alternative voices shows up Singapore's insecurity
China’s Shanghai and Shenzhen markets down midsession on profit-taking; Hong Kong off
Companies ride the bull market to lower debt with share placements

Companies are taking advantage of the bull market in Hong Kong and the mainland to undertake share placements to lower their debt, a trend supported by Beijing after mainland corporate debt has soared to risky levels.

4 Jun 2015 - 7:33PM
Companies ride the bull market to lower debt with share placements

Companies are taking advantage of the bull market in Hong Kong and the mainland to undertake share placements to lower their debt, a trend supported by Beijing after mainland corporate debt has soared to risky levels.

China battery maker BYD aims to raise 15 billion yuan in A-share placement
China’s Ali Pictures raises HK$12.11 billion from share placement
China’s Smithfield Foods sells stake in Campofrio Food Group
Bright Dairy and Dongfang Electric shares tipped to benefit from SOE consolidation
Hong Kong shares shine by midsession on fund flows, Chinese stocks ease
HSBC shares at lowest in 6 weeks by midday after report bank planning thousands of global job cuts
Reorient share price jumps in Hong Kong after investment by Alibaba’s Jack Ma, others
Small cap stocks in China’s Shenzhen market in bubble territory, risking crash
People's Bank of China calls for more reform to foster capital markets development
Market correction led to short selling of financial stocks

The short selling of Hong Kong stocks over the past two days was largely related to Thursday's sharp market correction, with financial institutions and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) among the most heavily sold.

20 Jun 2018 - 5:51PM
Market correction led to short selling of financial stocks

The short selling of Hong Kong stocks over the past two days was largely related to Thursday's sharp market correction, with financial institutions and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEx) among the most heavily sold.

Shanghai and Shenzhen shares both tumble more than 6pc
Trading holds near record levels in mainland Chinese stock markets, while Hong Kong volumes ease
China manufacturing plan to bolster shares of capital goods, but risks lurk
HK stocks take cue from mainland Chinese markets
Hong Kong, China stocks continue to rally