Opening benefits financial sector

Zhou Xiaochuan, governor of the People's Bank of China, China's central bank, said further opening up helps to build a strong and competitive financial sector in China. Zhou said this in a speech on Tuesday in Shanghai at the Lujiazui Financial Forum 2017 ... ( read original story ...)

China keeps manageable pace of financial deleveraging

BEIJING - The market fears a cash crunch in late June as seasonally tight liquidity meets the mid-year macro-prudential assessment and tightening regulations in the banking sector. However, volatile market adjustments, seen in 2013 due to similar ... ( read original story ...)

Financial regulators vow reform and innovation

and have experienced substantial changes, particularly in terms of risk management, pricing, and anti-money laundering. ...financial service is a competitive industry and can benefit from opening up. China's financial sector is going to open up further." ( read original story ...)

MSCI Forgets Its Doubts About China

China has taken this as recognition of its growing economic and financial might. But the decision seemed to have almost nothing to do with the reality of China's financial markets. For one thing, MSCI seems to be ignoring much of what it said in the past. ( read original story ...)

MSCI adds China to indices

Global equity index provider MSCI will add China A shares to two of its indices starting June 2018. More than 220 China A large cap stocks will be incorporated to the MSCI Emerging Markets Index, estimated to have a 0.73% weighting. China A shares will ... ( read original story ...)

China’s Global Financial Integration: How Far, How Fast

China’s newly reclaimed role as the “Middle Kingdom,” showcased at a recent gathering of world leaders in Beijing to celebrate China’s “New Silk Road,” should have vanquished any lingering doubts about China’s commitment to weaving its ... ( read original story ...)

China freezes bank accounts of over 100 Myanmar traders

Chinese banks have frozen the accounts of more than 100 commodities traders in northeast Myanmar in a bid to clamp down on smuggling and illegal gambling, state media reported Tuesday. Myanmar's government has been negotiating with Chinese officials since ... ( read original story ...)