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New Chief in Town: Can Wu Qing Halt the Decline of China’s Stock Market?

New Chief in Town: Can Wu Qing Halt the Decline of China’s Stock Market?

By Lizzi C. Lee
The “Brokerage Butcher” is now the chair of the CSRC, with a mandate to address long-standing inefficiencies and rejuvenate market stability.

China Names a New Stock Regulator in a Bid to Soothe Markets

China Names a New Stock Regulator in a Bid to Soothe Markets

By Elaine Kurtenbach
Wu Qing, a former chair of the Shanghai Stock Exchange with a reputation for being tough on market misbehavior, is the new head of the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
Asian Tiger Stock Markets Underperform Post-COVID as India Outpaces China

Asian Tiger Stock Markets Underperform Post-COVID as India Outpaces China

By Sam Rainsy
In the economic race between Asia's two economic giants, India is slowly beginning to pull ahead.

Why China’s Stock Exchange Creates a Headache the Chinese Communist Party

Why China’s Stock Exchange Creates a Headache the Chinese Communist Party

By Thiago de Aragao
With investors souring on real estate, stocks are now the investment destination of choice – and they increasingly provide a barometer of public confidence in China’s future.

Return of Industry and Loosening of Tech Restrictions Paves the Way for Chinese Stock Recovery

Return of Industry and Loosening of Tech Restrictions Paves the Way for Chinese Stock Recovery

By Dmytro Spilka
Despite the strong recovery, the situation in China remains volatile. 

China’s Luckin Looks to Relist on NASDAQ

China’s Luckin Looks to Relist on NASDAQ

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jay Ritter.

Introducing the New Beijing Stock Exchange

Introducing the New Beijing Stock Exchange

By Sara Hsu
China’s third stock exchange is geared toward financing start-ups, but it is unlikely to prevent overseas listings.  
With Tech-Driven Rebound, Asian Markets Turn Corner on Evergrande Crisis

With Tech-Driven Rebound, Asian Markets Turn Corner on Evergrande Crisis

By Dmytro Spilka
After a tumultuous third quarter, Asian markets appear to be embarking on recovery following fears of an Evergrande default.

What Is The Goal Of Beijing’s New Stock Exchange?

What Is The Goal Of Beijing’s New Stock Exchange?

By Jesse Turland
China says the new bourse will invigorate Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises (SMEs). Some observers argue it forms part of a plan to bring firms listed abroad back to China.

China’s Tightening of IPO Regulations Could Push More Companies Toward Overseas Listings

China’s Tightening of IPO Regulations Could Push More Companies Toward Overseas Listings

By Dmytro Spilka
Even as China’s IPO market booms, more and more firms are looking overseas – especially to the U.S.

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?

The US Pulls Pensions Out of China. What’s the End Game?

By Bonnie Girard
Coming as part of a sea change in Trump's rhetoric toward China, this could be the start of a larger strategy.
Stocks Surge on US Decision to Postpone China Tariff Hike

Stocks Surge on US Decision to Postpone China Tariff Hike

By Joe McDonald
Markets shot up as prospects for a U.S.-China trade deal grow.

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