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Competition intensifies in China's $100 billion, red-hot ETF market

21 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI China's rapidly growing $100 billion market for exchange-traded funds is luring plenty of new entrants, intensifying competition in a market some predict will dethrone Japan to become Asia's largest in five years.

Global investors flock to China, undeterred by trade war

08 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG Trade wars and softer growth are unlikely to dissuade global investors from diving into the world's second-largest economy as they seek better returns, participants in the Reuters Global Investment Outlook 2020 Summit said this week.

China local shares to rise above 4% weight in MSCI EM benchmark

07 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI/NEW YORK Global index provider MSCI said on Thursday mainland Chinese stocks, or A shares, will rise to a weight of 4.1% in the MSCI Emerging Market Index, up from 2.55% currently, as it implements the final step of the weight increase of Chinese shares in its widely-followed emerging markets benchmark .

U.S.-China decoupling threat won't deter foreign investors from China: fund manager

06 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI Global investors will embrace China's vibrant capital markets even more closely, shrugging off threats of a U.S.-China decoupling in the wake of their trade war, veteran Chinese fund manager Richard Pan said.

RPT-China markets feel the pain of stalled derivatives rollout

04 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Nov 4 A long list of stock and currency derivatives has been lying in wait for regulatory approval at the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), some for nearly a decade.

China markets feel the pain of stalled derivatives rollout

04 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI/HONG KONG A long list of stock and currency derivatives has been lying in wait for regulatory approval at the China Financial Futures Exchange (CFFEX), some for nearly a decade.

RPT-China's proposed digital currency more about policing than progress

03 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI, Nov 1 As China prepares to become the first country to launch a digitized domestic currency, market participants and experts say it is a testament to both financial innovation and Beijing’s desire to have fail-safe control over its cash economy.

China's proposed digital currency more about policing than progress

01 Nov 2019

SHANGHAI As China prepares to become the first country to launch a digitized domestic currency, market participants and experts say it is a testament to both financial innovation and Beijing’s desire to have fail-safe control over its cash economy.

China's Hikvision sees only limited impact from U.S. blacklisting

09 Oct 2019

SHANGHAI Chinese video surveillance company Hikvision will only suffer a limited, short-term hit after being blacklisted by the U.S. government and will strive to get the ban lifted, its general manager said on Wednesday.

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