BEIJING (Reuters) - Twice as many firms in China are eager to list on the stock market now compared to a year ago as rising Asian share prices rebuild confidence among businesses, the head of JPMorgan's arm in the country said on Saturday.
An electronics component supplier for Apple led shares in a group of four newly listed companies that closed higher at China’s stock exchanges on Friday. The country’s IPO market, which ranked no. 1 in the world last year, has remai... Read Post
Beijing (Financial Times) -- China's property market rebounded in June, with housing prices rising in many of the country's major cities for the first time in a year following government moves to stimulate the economy. A sluggish re... Read Post