New exchange makes substantial progress2021-10-18
Substantial progress has been made at the highly anticipated Beijing Stock Exchange, which is planned as a new cradle for technologically advanced small and medium-sized enterprises, as it completed its second technical test on Saturday.
'First-choice listing venue for innovative SMEs'2021-10-18
Tong Honglei, chairman of a Beijing-based smart archive provider, was pleasantly surprised when he heard of China's decision to set up a stock exchange to improve financial services for small and medium-sized enterprises like his business.
A shares set to rise2021-10-18
There is high chance for the benchmark A-share indexes to rise after the seven-day National Day holiday, given companies' improving profitability, adequate market liquidity and stabilizing external markets, market oracles said.
Experts back long-term bets on A shares2021-10-18
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.
Overseas investors swear by local stocks2021-10-18
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.
Sell-off is knee-jerk, long-term view bullish2021-10-18
This week's sell-off in Chinese stocks reflects investors' knee-jerk reaction to perceptions of rising uncertainties, which were sparked by China's sweeping regulatory moves targeting the country's technology giants and private companies in the education sector, fund managers and market observers said on Thursday.
China greenlights five ChiNext IPOs2021-10-18
China's securities regulator has approved the initial public offering (IPO) registrations of five companies on the country's NASDAQ-style ChiNext board.
For retail investors, global play is the new normal2021-10-18
In the wee hours one day recently in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, Li Guang, 33, shut down his PC finally and prepared to go to bed. But his mind continued to churn data on the trade he had just executed. He added shares of Weibo, a Nasdaq-listed Chinese social network company, to his investment portfolio, a task that required Li to stay awake to play the US market operating in a different time zone.
China's "new third board" details new delisting rules2021-10-18
The National Equities Exchange and Quotations (NEEQ), also known as the New Third Board, has detailed new rules on terminating listings on the exchange as part of its efforts to improve exit mechanism and protect investors.
A-share indexes to scale new peaks this year2021-10-18
China's benchmark stock indexes are set to scale new peaks this year on the back of the country's strong economic recovery, renminbi appreciation and steady foreign capital flows, experts said.