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    Southbound trading under the Bond Connect program between the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong will be launched on Sept 24, the People's Bank of China and the Hong Kong Monetary Authority said on Wednesday, and immediately drew plaudits from market mavens.
    Nation to further open up capital market2021-09-07
    China is considering launching a new round of capital market opening-up measures while seeking closer international cooperation in supervising overseas-listed Chinese companies, the head of the country's top securities regulator said on Monday.
    Beijing stock exchange registered with 1 bln yuan capital2021-09-06
    The newly-announced stock exchange in Beijing, structured as a limited company, has been registered with a capital of 1 billion yuan (about 155.34 million U.S. dollars).
    Nation to advance financial opening-up2021-09-06
    China's central bank and financial regulators have vowed to increase the high-level opening of the financial sector by optimizing institutional arrangements and improving regulations, officials and experts said over the weekend.
    China to specify operation rules for Beijing stock exchange2021-09-06
    China on Sunday started to solicit public opinion for the detailed operation rules of the new stock exchange which is to be set up in Beijing, a primary platform for smaller firms to meet their financing needs.
    未命名_副本.jpg New stock exchange to open in Beijing2021-09-03
    China will set up a stock exchange in Beijing and build it into a major base for serving innovative small and medium-sized enterprises, President Xi Jinping announced on Thursday. The NEEQ Select, the highest tier of the National Equities Exchange and Quotations system, will be upgraded into the Beijing stock exchange.
    China's security watchdog expounds on Beijing stock exchange role2021-09-03
    The planned stock exchange in Beijing will firmly adhere to the role of serving innovation-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as the latest step of the country's capital market reform, according to an official statement.
    Securities firms urged to focus on real economy2021-08-30
    China's securities industry should concentrate on better serving the real economy and further enhance compliance awareness and implementation so as to ensure the high-quality development of the capital market, a top regulator said on Saturday.
    China's public offering fund volume tops 23.54 trln yuan2021-08-29
    Assets under management of public offering funds in China climbed to 23.54 trillion yuan (3.62 trillion U.S. dollars) by the end of July, data from the Asset Management Association of China (AMAC) showed.
    Solid H1 results raise H2 hopes2021-08-24
    Listed Chinese companies' first-half earnings have increased healthily, with some even looking robust, which should encourage global investors to discern a silver lining on the dark cloud of rising uncertainties, experts said on Monday.
    China pledges reform, opening-up of corporate credit bond market2021-08-19
    Chinese authorities have issued a guideline on promoting the reform and opening-up of the corporate credit bond market as part of efforts to spur the country's economic transformation and support the building of a new development paradigm.
    Experts back long-term bets on A shares2021-08-17
    Adopting a long-term perspective in a largely flat stock market could yield profitable opportunities for A-share investors, as macroeconomic data and market expectations appear to be at a variance, said experts.
    Commodity price surge may soon peak2021-08-16
    Although the global price rise of commodities may peak in August, it will still take time and greater policy support for businesses in China, downstream ones in particular, to swallow the associated cost and get through tough times in their operations, economists and industrial insiders say.
    Overseas investors swear by local stocks2021-08-15
    For the second straight trading day, the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index of the A-share market ended lower on Friday (down 0.24 percent), but its decline is unlikely to deter foreign institutional investors from rejigging their China portfolios in favor of certain sectors; if anything, their selective pickings may well inspire retail investors to follow suit and hunt smart bargains, market mavens said.
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