Chinese investors want relaxed rules for tech IPOs: exchange

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Most Chinese investors expect regulators to relax rules on initial public offerings (IPOs) by technology companies, and would like to invest in such domestic listings, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange said on Wednesday, citing a recent survey. ( read original story ...)

Agricultural Bank to Raise $15.8 Billion in Private Placement

Agricultural Bank of China (ABC), the country’s third-largest bank, said on Monday it would raise as much as 100 billion yuan ($15.8 billion) in a private placement of its Shanghai-listed shares. The bank will use the proceeds to replenish its core tier ... ( read original story ...)

48 hours in Shanghai (Layover Itinerary)

The second tallest building in the world is the 632m Shanghai Tower and ninth tallest in the world is the 492m Shanghai World Financial Center. We spent the whole afternoon over on the Pudong side of the river checking out the buildings before going back ... ( read original story ...)

China seeks tougher delisting rules to clean up stock market

... stock board at a securities brokerage in Shanghai, June 9, 2017. [Photo/VCG] BEIJING - China's regulator and stock exchanges have released draft rules that will force companies to exit the equity market for serious law violations. If companies are ... ( read original story ...)

China Stock Market May See Additional Support

The China stock market has climbed higher in back-to-back trading days, gathering more than 35 points or 1.1 percent along the way. The Shanghai Composite Index now rests just beneath the 3,305point plateau and it draws a firm lead for Monday. The global ... ( read original story ...)