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The cash crunch, triggered by the central bank to warn that markets are unpredictable, has shown that financial policy in China is not reliable

The Chinese telecoms provider and London college will spend a year working on an outline for a joint research and development hub based in London

SHANGHAI stocks rose for the third straight day, sending the index above the 2,000 level, as gains among pharmaceutical sector and medical devices outweighed the decline of financials.

SHANGHAI'S land sales jumped more than fourfold in value in the first half of this year as improving sentiment in the property market helped boost developers' outlook.

OVERSEAS banks scrambled for market share to boost revenue after receiving the green light from the China Securities Regulatory Commission to sell domestic mutual funds.

SHANGHAI'S commercial real estate market recorded fairly strong buying momentum in the first half of this year with notable increases in both volume and value, the latest market research has found.

US drug maker Bristol-Myers Squibb said it is on track to launch at least five new products in the next two years to drive sales, especially in the biopharmaceutical sector.

CER reports: Markets in Shanghai fell last week, with a particularly sharp dip on Tuesday followed by a same-day recovery. Standard and Poor's and other rating agencies issued warnings on banks' abilities to pay investors and continue making new loans,…

CEIBS Lujiazui Institute of International Finance Research Center, an international platform for academic exchange, set up a research fund yesterday to promote protection of customers from risky financial products.

SHANGHAI stocks retreated this morning as financial heavyweights and homebuilders declined, offsetting the gains of small caps.

Censors have urged local media to ‘avoid malicious hype’ about the country’s cash crunch in a sign Beijing wants to put a lid on coverage of the financial problems

THE price of oil gained 1.5 percent and finished just below US$98 a barrel yesterday on rising concerns about Middle East tensions and their possible impact on oil supplies.

INVESTORS have stopped worrying about the Federal Reserve. At least for now.

Figures point to feeble growth in global industry but suggest that advanced economies are expanding fast enough to shake off China’s slowdown

Gloomy economic data should not lead to fresh stimulus. Slower growth is a price worth paying to bring and end to the country’s credit binge

During the second quarter, 154 private equity funds reached final closings globally, raising an aggregate $122 billion. This is the highest fundraising value since the fourth quarter of 2008 when $171 billion was raised, according to data compiled by Preqin, a London-based investment research firm. The number of funds that had final closings during the […]

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Russian President Vladimir Putin (9th from right), Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (8th right), Bolivian President Evo Morales (7th right) and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (10th right) pose for a family photo with participants of the Gas E…

CHINA yesterday formally launched an investigation into whether the European Union is subsidizing and dumping wine in the Chinese market, the latest move in a series of trade disputes.