China makes mid-term loan injection seen as ‘neutral’

SHANGHAI, July 13 (Reuters) - China's central bank injected 360 billion yuan ($53.06 billion) in medium-term loans into the financial system on Thursday, a fresh sign authorities aim to maintain financial stability while continuing a deleveraging campaign. ( read original story ...)

Two decades after crisis, China rises as global financial power

Latest progress in the financial sector includes global recognition of Chinese shares. Only two weeks ago, equity index provider MSCI finally included a number of Shanghai and Shenzhen listed stocks in one of its most traded indices, after three years of ... ( read original story ...)

Ex-Bank chairman Sandberg dies

Michael Sandberg, former chairman of Hongkong Bank, died at the age of 90. He passed away in London on July 2. Sandberg rose through the hierarchy of the Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation to become its chairman and chief manager in Hong Kong in 1977." ( read original story ...)