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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Carrie Hong' s stories

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  • The headquarters of the People's Bank of China (PBOC)

    China tests interest-rate freedom

    People & Markets | 13 December 2013

    China took another big step last week towards full interest rate liberalisation with the first issues of negotiable certificates of deposit, or NCDs.

  • A woman walks past a branch of Huishang Bank in Huaibei, Anhui province

    PRC regulator welcomes arrangers

    People & Markets | 22 November 2013

    The regulator of China’s interbank bond market plans to allow more institutions to underwrite non-financial debt securities on a national and regional level. The move is likely to increase bond volumes and help China’s lenders improve risk management.

  • ABC

    China's banks pay up to attract buyers amid tighter market conditions

    Capital City | 12 November 2013

    Fear of rising rates is beginning to sideline investors as the Agricultural Development Bank of China found out when it failed to get enough demand for a dual-tranche Rmb18bn offering today.

  • China

    P&M: China to allow listed commercial banks to issue corp bonds

    Capital City | 11 November 2013

    Listed commercial banks in China will be allowed to issue corporate bonds to boost their capital, according to set of guidelines that the China Securities Regulatory Commission and the China Banking Regulatory Commission jointly released.

  • CDB

    CDB to bridge gap in Chinese bond markets

    Capital City | 11 November 2013

    China Development Bank is to become the first bank to issue exchange-traded bonds in China’s onshore market, marking a key step towards the unification of two distinct debt platforms.

  • A staff member walks in front of the headquarters of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), the central bank, in Beijing

    China rate spike raises fears of tightening

    People & Markets | 25 October 2013

    A sudden spike in China’s money-market rates last Thursday triggered fears of a repeat of the June liquidity squeeze, amid concerns that the central bank was preparing to rein in monetary policy.

  • China's Central Bank Governor Zhou Xiaochuan (L) talks to Chairman of China Banking Regulatory Commission Shang Fulin during a news conference in Beijing

    China increases oversight of wealth products

    People & Markets | 11 October 2013

    China will this week launch a pilot programme with 11 commercial banks that brings part of the sprawling market for wealth management products under the direction of the China Banking Regulatory Commission.

  • China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) Chairman Guo Shuqing addresses the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong

    China to end property funding freeze

    People & Markets | 13 September 2013

    China’s securities watchdog has called for more information on property-related financing proposals, in the first sign that regulators are considering an end to a three-year freeze on local capital raisings in the real estate sector.

  • An investor sits in front of two terminals displaying stock information at a brokerage house in the financial district of Beijing

    China restarts bond platform after ban

    People & Markets | 06 September 2013

  • china corps

    Corporate hybrids reach China

    Top News | 30 August 2013

    Companies in China are looking at a new way to reduce their leverage – at least on paper – just as analysts step up calls for the world’s second-largest economy to reduce its debt burden.

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