China stocks ease on profit-taking; Hong Kong also down

SHANGHAI, Jan 11 (Reuters) - China stocks fell on Thursday morning, with losses led by real estate and energy firms as investors took profits after a robust nine-session winning streak. A media report that China is considering reducing or halting purchases ... ( read original story ...)

China’s main stock index rises for 11th straight day

The rally was mainly led by companies with large capitalization, especially in the real estate and home appliances sectors. Qingdao Haier, a home appliance maker, saw its shares up 2.58 percent. The SSE 50 Index, which tracks 50 stocks on the Shanghai ... ( read original story ...)

Grade A office market vibrant in 2017

Shanghai's Grade A office market performed vibrantly in 2017 ... areas have adjusted their rental expectations to retain or attract tenants which, therefore, led to a moderate year-over-year decrease in the core CBD area," said Timothy Chen, director ... ( read original story ...)

Global stocks stabilize after China-led wobble

CHINA: A report by Bloomberg News said China is considering slowing or halting its purchases of U.S. Treasurys, which helped push yields higher and led to the first daily ... 0.2 percent higher to 31,120.39 and the Shanghai Composite index erased earlier ... ( read original story ...)