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Emily Chow

U.S., European trade groups press China to allow foreign staff back into the country

11:30am BST

SHANGHAI U.S. and European trade groups are lobbying China to allow foreign workers back into the country after it shut its borders from late March to non-Chinese nationals to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

U.S., European trade groups press China to allow foreign staff back into the country

11:19am BST

SHANGHAI, May 28 U.S. and European trade groups are lobbying China to allow foreign workers back into the country after it shut its borders from late March to non-Chinese nationals to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

China's poultry, egg prices dip under inventory pressure

27 May 2020

SHANGHAI, May 27 China's poultry and egg prices have come under pressure in recent weeks, with egg prices falling to multi-year lows, as inventories rise amid slow demand.

China's 'hermit' investors fill doubled oil storage with crude bet

25 May 2020

SINGAPORE/SHANGHAI Chinese financial investors betting on a rebound in oil prices are filling commercial storage tanks held by the Shanghai futures exchange just as fast as the exchange can find them.

China's "hermit" investors fill doubled oil storage with crude bet

25 May 2020

SINGAPORE/SHANGHAI, May 25 Chinese financial investors betting on a rebound in oil prices are filling commercial storage tanks held by the Shanghai futures exchange just as fast as the exchange can find them.

Chinese commodities slump as Beijing ditches growth target

22 May 2020

SHANGHAI China's commodities markets fell after it said it would drop its annual growth target and impose national security laws in Hong Kong at this year's meeting of parliament.

Chinese commodities slump as Beijing ditches growth target

22 May 2020

SHANGHAI, May 22 China's commodities markets fell after it said it would drop its annual growth target and impose national security laws in Hong Kong at this year's meeting of parliament.

GRAINS-Wheat extends losses as bumper global stocks weigh

18 May 2020

SYDNEY/SHANGHAI, May 18 U.S. wheat futures fell for a second consecutive session on Monday as ample global stocks and sluggish demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic pushed prices to a near two-month low.

BoC settles over half of cases in oil product losses, but disputes remain: sources

13 May 2020

BEIJING/SHANGHAI Bank of China (BoC) has settled with more than half of customers hurt by losses in a crude oil-linked product after a historic oil price slide into negative territory, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said, but disputes pressure remains.

UPDATE 1-BoC settles over half of cases in oil product losses, but disputes remain - sources

13 May 2020

* BoC settles over half of the cases over oil product losses - sources

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