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Frenzied debut of China's Nasdaq-style board adds $44 billion in market cap

22 Jul 2019

SHANGHAI Trading on China's new Nasdaq-style board for homegrown tech firms hit fever pitch on Monday, with shares up as much as 520% in a wild debut that more than doubled the board's combined market capitalisation and beat veteran investors' expectations. | Video

RPT-"Expect craziness" as China readies debut of Nasdaq-style board

18 Jul 2019

SHANGHAI, July 17 In a packed Shanghai classroom on a hot afternoon, nearly a hundred "mom-and-pop" investors were honing their trading skills ahead of the first opening bell for China's Nasdaq-style tech board.

RPT-Baoshang failure takes a toll in China's interbank markets as contagion fears grow

24 Jun 2019

* Haircut for some Baosheng creditors has spooked interbank market

Baoshang failure takes a toll in China's interbank markets as contagion fears grow

21 Jun 2019

SHANGHAI Nearly three weeks after Chinese regulators took over troubled Baoshang Bank, a mid-sized mutual fund house in Beijing suddenly became unable to borrow cash in the interbank market and was forced to default on some products.

RPT-Fear and fervour propel Shanghai's tech board amid trade, Huawei tensions

11 Jun 2019

* Huawei ban, trade war fuel patriotic support for the new board

Fear and fervor propel Shanghai's tech board amid trade, Huawei tensions

11 Jun 2019

SHANGHAI Chinese companies and investors are lining up in spades to take part in Shanghai's new Nasdaq-style tech board, with a groundswell of patriotic support surging further after the U.S. blacklisting of telecom firm Huawei inflamed trade tensions.

Defying trade war odds, some Chinese equity funds show how to rake it in

04 Jun 2019

SHANGHAI As the Sino-U.S. trade war roiled stock markets over the past year, China-focused fund manager Michelle Leung sat unfazed on her holdings of hot pot condiment maker Yihai International.

RPT-Trump's Huawei ban raises hopes for Chinese chip suppliers

22 May 2019

SHANGHAI, May 21 Washington's blacklisting of technology giant Huawei has taken a toll on U.S. semiconductor shares, but China-listed firms have rallied as investors bet they can gain from Beijing's stepped-up efforts to build a homegrown supply chain.

Trump's Huawei ban raises hopes for Chinese chip suppliers

21 May 2019

SHANGHAI Washington's blacklisting of technology giant Huawei has taken a toll on U.S. semiconductor shares, but China-listed firms have rallied as investors bet they can gain from Beijing's stepped-up efforts to build a homegrown supply chain.

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