Shanghai’s new high-tech board will be a testbed for policies to overhaul outdated stock market rules. Changes to the initial public offering system and a relaxation of listing requirements will finally open domestic equity markets to fast-growing companies in emerging and high-tech industries.
As first-day fireworks calm down, STAR Market must still pioneer long-sought updates for China’s stock markets
Investors in China’s most vibrant sectors — from technology to education — are caught in line of fire as Beijing reins in private enterprises
Shagang’s restructuring plan centered on a multibillion pound deal for a British data center operator. After five years, an insider trading investigation and a record trading suspension, was the deal worth it?
What ought to be common sense regulation has become entangled in a larger web of data sovereignty and national security that may be too complex to unravel
China pledges to provide more support for foreign trade even as exports surge. Suning.com founder steps down as chairman after state bailout. Fosun seals a deal to sell mRNA vaccines to Taiwan. A polysilicon manufacturer under U.S. sanctions will list in Shanghai.
There are four major factors to watch in the second half: growth of exports, recovery of consumer spending, policy tightening and upstream price spikes
Ride-hailing giant’s rush to raise funds in a U.S. IPO may have been driven by pressure from investors eager to cash out some of their $35 billion of equity
Ride-hailing giant’s $4.4 billion New York share sale may have run afoul of Chinese national security requirements and regulators’ wish to settle questions before IPO
Shenzhen Component Index closed down 0.26%
SMIC has seen its core research team go through major changes since the end of last year
IMF nominates a Chinese central bank official as its next deputy managing director. Online grocer Dingdong Maicai slashes its U.S. IPO
The rising interest in the stocks of smaller companies, which are growing more rapidly than their more-established blue-chip peers, reflects a market preference to tech and innovation
Chinese stock market regulator questioned whether the automaker was qualified for the high-tech board of the Shanghai exchange
Huawei vows to keep fighting after a Swedish court upholds the 5G ban. Plus, the Caixin Summer Summit is underway
China launches a probe into commodities while the country will release metals from its strategic reserves
Shenzhen Component Index closed up 1.0%