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.
BEIJING — China said Thursday it was firmly opposed to "outside armed intervention" in Syria or "any attempt to forcibly promote regime change" amid mounting violence in the country, Xinhua reported. China's UN envoy Li Baodong told... Read Post
China’s Western Securities, which raised the equivalent of $276 million in an IPO last month, soared by 67% on its debut at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange yesterday amid hopes that the country’s shares a poised for a sustained rally. S... Read Post