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Giving up on stocks: China's retail investors seek safety first

14 Jan 2016

SHANGHAI As China's legions of retail investors flee the country's tumultuous equity markets, pushing stock prices down around 15 percent so far this year, money is flowing into perceived safe-haven assets such as domestic bonds, gold and the dollar. | Video

Giving up on stocks: China's retail investors seek safety first

14 Jan 2016

SHANGHAI As China's legions of retail investors flee the country's tumultuous equity markets, pushing stock prices down around 15 percent so far this year, money is flowing into perceived safe-haven assets such as domestic bonds, gold and the dollar.

China stocks tumble most since summer slump as brokerage probe widens

27 Nov 2015

SHANGHAI Chinese shares sank more than 5 percent on Friday in their biggest drop since this summer's rout after Reuters reported the stock regulator had widened its probe on brokerages to include the country's fourth-biggest securities firm.

China stocks tumble most since summer slump as brokerage probe widens

27 Nov 2015

SHANGHAI Chinese shares sank more than 5 percent on Friday in their biggest drop since this summer's rout after Reuters reported the stock regulator had widened its probe on brokerages to include the country's fourth-biggest securities firm.

Upmarket cup noodles and chocolates keep Abenomics' pulse beating

17 Nov 2015

TOKYO For the second time in a year, Japan's economy has slipped into recession, but consumers' taste for upmarket noodles and pricier chocolates suggests some pockets of resilience, and some hope for 'Abenomics', the reflationary policies championed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Upmarket cup noodles and chocolates keep Abenomics' pulse beating

16 Nov 2015

TOKYO For the second time in a year, Japan's economy has slipped into recession, but consumers' taste for upmarket noodles and pricier chocolates suggests some pockets of resilience, and some hope for 'Abenomics', the reflationary policies championed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Upmarket cup noodles and chocolates keep Abenomics' pulse beating

16 Nov 2015

TOKYO For the second time in a year, Japan's economy has slipped into recession, but consumers' taste for upmarket noodles and pricier chocolates suggests some pockets of resilience, and some hope for 'Abenomics', the reflationary policies championed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Young couples mostly lukewarm as China ends one-child policy

30 Oct 2015

SHANGHAI/ZHUHAI, China China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples.

Young couples mostly lukewarm as China ends one-child policy

30 Oct 2015

SHANGHAI/ZHUHAI, China China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples.

Young couples mostly lukewarm as China ends one-child policy

30 Oct 2015

SHANGHAI/ZHUHAI, China China has unwound its one-child policy, for decades a symbol of invasive and coercive government planning, but the shift has been met with a disinterested shrug from many younger couples. | Video

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