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.
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
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