Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agricultural commodities closed higher over the trading week ending Sept. 21, as higher-than-expected weekly export sales and prospects for U.S. harvest delays sparked a round of short-covering.
290 bln yuan of reverse repo to mature in coming week
A total of 290 billion yuan (about 42.3 billion U.S. dollars) of reverse repos are set to mature in the coming week, according to Wind, a service provider.
China sees upgrading structure in outbound direct investment
China's outbound direct investment (ODI) has seen its structure upgrading, with less irrational spending, more diverse destinations and higher efficiency, according to official information.
Economic Watch: Key meeting injects new impetus to FTZs' development
China has pledged more efforts to develop pilot free trade zones (FTZs), dubbed as the pioneer of its reform and opening-up, as part of a broader national strategy to further integrate into the world economy.
Economic Watch: China steps up policy support for private sector
China has reassured private businesses of continued, equal and favorable policies compared with their state-owned counterparts as the private sector has become a significant part of the economy and a major source of market vitality.
The whole line of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link has been put into official operation, as the Hong Kong section of the high-speed railway entered into service on Sunday morning.
China-made C919 landing gear delivered to COMAC
The first China-made landing gear for the C919 large passenger aircraft has been delivered to the developer, according to the state-owned Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC).
Ma: Embrace AI opportunities
One week after announcing plans to resign as chairman of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, Jack Ma made three speeches in a row addressing how technological advancements such as artificial intelligence will shape the future.
Future of private medical institutions looks promising
China's private healthcare institutions attracted roughly 11 billion yuan ($1.6 billion) in the past year and a half, demonstrating great potential, according to a recent report.
LNG terminals open to third parties for the first time
China has started to open some of its State-owned liquefied natural gas terminals to third parties for unloading, with the volume of the first transaction on Sept 20 reaching 100 million cubic meters, xinhua08.com reported.
Jack Ma said he would rather die on the beach than in his executive office at Alibaba, so he chose to retire as the chairman of the board of Alibaba on Sept. 10, 2019.
Meituan IPO whets investors' appetite
Meituan-Dianping, the Tencent-backed online food review and delivery company, got off to a reasonable start on its trading debut in Hong Kong, delivering some respite to a local stock market that is showing signs of strain and losing its faith in a clutch of mega tech floats.
Poly Group set to boost ties with global partners
State-owned enterprises have played an important role in China's opening-up, especially in the promotion of the exchange and development of techniques, said Xu Niansha, chairman of China Poly Group Corp.
Trade should be propeller of peace: Jack Ma
Alibaba chairman Jack Ma said efforts should be made to promote the healthy development of China-U.S. trade even though it is hard to fulfill his previous promise of creating 1 million jobs for the United States under current circumstances.
China's Huawei becomes one of first fully-owned tech firms in Qatar
Chinese tech giant Huawei said it has become one of the first fully owned technology companies in Qatar, state-run Qatar News Agency reported Wednesday.
The number of foreign investors holding Chinese treasury bonds rose to a record high in August, as the market expects higher returns and sufficient liquidity when the country's new opening-up policies take effect.
China's crude oil futures attract worldwide participation
China's crude oil futures, the first futures variety on the Chinese mainland open to overseas investment, have attracted worldwide interest, exchange data showed Wednesday.
Central bank injects more liquidity
China's central bank injected further liquidity into the financial sector on Monday, a measure to ease investors' concerns about economic downside risks in the fourth quarter due to uncertainties arising from escalating Sino-US trade tensions, and to boost investment.
Chinese shares close higher Friday
Chinese stocks closed higher Friday with the financial sector showing strong performance.
China Hushen 300 index futures open higher on Friday
China's Hushen 300 index futures opened higher on Friday, as the contract for settlement in September 2018 opened 0.2 percent higher at 3,321.2 points.
There is no evidence indicating that China’s economy is weakening, said Nicholas Lardy, a senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a Washington-based prestigious think tank, during an exclusive interview with the China Fortune Media on Monday.
Opinion: Moral Hazards, Decision-Making Dilemma in International Financial Crisis
It is to prevent the systematic risks of certain economic entities or world economy to put forward the concept of Systematically Important Financial Institutions (SIFIs, or globally, G-SIFIs, G-SIBs). Hence, once identified as SIFIs, the regulation will be stricter.
Beijing summit to voice closer China-Africa community with shared future: veteran diplomat
The upcoming Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Beijing Summit will air a strong voice to build an even closer community with a shared future for China and Africa, said a veteran Chinese diplomat.
China to set example for global health, development cooperation: Gates Foundation
As China progresses toward its goal of eradicating poverty domestically by 2020, it is taking an ever more important global role in matters such as energy, climate, and global health and development, says Mark Suzman, chief strategy officer of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Interview:Overseas funds’ holdings of Chinese bonds hit record high in August,says head of Bloomberg Asia
“Overseas funds have increased their Chinese bonds holdings to a record high of 1.68 trillion yuan in August,” said Taran Khera, the head of Asia Pacific of Bloomberg LP on Sunday during an exclusive interview with China Fortune Media.