The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index has lost 25 per cent so far this year, ending trading on Thursday at 2,483 points, making it one of the world’s worst performers in 2018. Photo: AP

China tightens cybersecurity rules on domestic financial information providers to protect stock markets

  • Foreign vendors such as Bloomberg and Reuters have been subject to government regulation on market-sensitive financial data since 2009
  • New rules take effect on February 1 as Beijing seeks to avoid further damage after Central Economic Work Conference tax leak hit stock prices last week
Topic |   China economy

TOP PICKS

The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index has lost 25 per cent so far this year, ending trading on Thursday at 2,483 points, making it one of the world’s worst performers in 2018. Photo: AP
READ FULL ARTICLE
Jane Cai

Jane Cai

Jane Cai, CFA, is the Beijing Bureau Chief of the South China Morning Post. She has been covering China's economic, financial, business and political news since the early 2000s.