China’s Cross-Border Capital Flows to Remain Stable, Policies to Stay Consistent, SAFE Official Says

China’s Cross-Border Capital Flows to Remain Stable, Policies to Stay Consistent, SAFE Official Says

Exchange rate fluctuations are different from financial wars, and China’s regulators are fully prepared to deal with such volatility even if trade frictions escalate, Lu Lei, deputy director of China’s State Administration of Foreign...

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China News Weekly 124 – China Unveils Reform to Help Firms Borrow More Cheaply

China News Weekly 124 – China Unveils Reform to Help Firms Borrow More Cheaply

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China Unveils Reform to Help Firms Borrow More Cheaply

China Unveils Reform to Help Firms Borrow More Cheaply

China’s central bank said on Saturday it will improve the mechanism used to establish the loan prime rate (LPR) in a move to further lower real interest rates for loans in a market-based way. China’s LPR quotations will be based on...

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Top 3 Strategies to Generate Income with Options

Top 3 Strategies to Generate Income with Options

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China’s State Firms Boost Net Profits 8% to USD196.2 Billion in First Half

China’s State Firms Boost Net Profits 8% to USD196.2 Billion in First Half

Chinese state-owned firms increased their net profits and revenue in the first half of this year. State companies boosted their net profits 8 percent from the previous year to CNY1.35 trillion (USD196.2 billion) in total, the Ministry of Finance...

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China Relaxes Capital Replenishment Rules for Non-Listed Banks

China Relaxes Capital Replenishment Rules for Non-Listed Banks

China’s banking and insurance regulator said Friday that it has relaxed rules to help country’s non-listed banks replenish capital. The regulator will allow most city commercial banks and rural commercial banks that meet regulatory...

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China News Weekly 118 – Huawei Led China Mainland Innovation in First Half, Registering 2,314 Patents

China News Weekly 118 – Huawei Led China Mainland Innovation in First Half, Registering 2,314 Patents

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Options Insights: Trading your First Option

Options Insights: Trading your First Option

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Beginner’s guide to options trading

Beginner’s guide to options trading

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Morgan Stanley Wants Majority Stake in Chinese Joint Venture: CEO

Morgan Stanley Wants Majority Stake in Chinese Joint Venture: CEO

Morgan Stanley wants to obtain majority ownership of a joint venture in China, but regulators there have not signed off on the idea, Chief Executive Officer James Gorman said on Wednesday. Morgan Stanley, the sixth-largest U.S. bank by assets...

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China Orders Banks, Insurers to Sharply Step up Lending to Private Firms

China Orders Banks, Insurers to Sharply Step up Lending to Private Firms

China’s banking and insurance regulator said on Monday it had told all of the country’s banks to sharply increase lending to private companies, as policymakers step up support for the slowing economy. Big state-owned commercial banks...

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