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Changjiang Securities
02 декабря, 19:01

Shares edge down amid weak investor sentiment

Shanghai stocks fell yesterday amid weak investor sentiment due to policy and economic uncertainties, as well as profit-taking.

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25 октября, 19:01

Baosteel Predicts 800% Profit Surge

BAOSHAN Iron & Steel Co predicted an up to 800 percent annual growth in net profit this year after its net earnings in the first three quarters surged 148.3 percent year on year, helped by cost cutting

18 октября, 19:01

Shares rally on optimism over reform efforts

SHANGHAI stocks rallied yesterday after state-owned firms rose on optimism over China’s reform to rejuvenate the world’s second-largest economy. The Shanghai Composite Index gained 1.4 percent to close

16 августа, 19:10

Cashing in drags index to end down

SHANGHAI shares fell from a seven-month high yesterday after investors locked in gains made by heavy-weighted financial shares from previous sessions. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.49 percent to

20 июля, 19:10

Falling banks and gold firms hammer shares

SHANGHAI stocks yesterday fell for a third day in a row as metal companies, heavy manufacturers and financial firms all wobbled amid mixed signs for economic growth. The Shanghai Composite Index dipped

30 июня, 19:10

Slump in new shares pushes index down

SHANGHAI stocks ended slightly lower yesterday, hurt by a slump in recently listed shares amid speculation that authorities had taken action to curb speculative trading in them. The Shanghai Composite

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27 июня, 11:35

BRIEF-Changjiang Securities signs strategic agreement with Qihoo 360

* Says it signs strategic agreement with Qihoo 360 Technology

02 июня, 19:10

Hopes of fund inflows lift shares

SHANGHAI stocks ended slightly higher yesterday on expectations of increasing capital inflows from foreign investors. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 0.4 percent to 2,925.23 points. Foreign investors

10 мая, 19:10

Regulator targets at shadow-banking deals

THE practice of sweeping bad loans under the carpet may make balance sheets cleaner, but the fiscal sleight of hand does little to mask serious, underlying problems in China’s banking sector. The China

10 мая, 19:10

Shares flat but growth worries cloud sentiment

SHANGHAI stocks were little changed yesterday but investors’ aversion to higher risk and concerns over economic growth continued to cloud the market. The Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.02 percent

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17 марта, 19:10

Tech and media shares help index close up

SMALL-CAP technology and media companies surged yesterday to help Shanghai’s key share index close higher for the fifth straight day. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 1.2 percent to end at 2,904.83

12 августа 2015, 17:47

UBS: золотой век экспансии в Китай завершен?

Аналитики банка UBS подготовили подробный доклад, в котором рассматривают основные тенденции развития китайской экономики.

12 августа 2015, 17:47

UBS: золотой век экспансии в Китай завершен?

Аналитики банка UBS подготовили подробный доклад, в котором рассматривают основные тенденции развития китайской экономики.

12 августа 2015, 17:47

UBS: золотой век экспансии в Китай завершен?

Аналитики банка UBS подготовили подробный доклад, в котором рассматривают основные тенденции развития китайской экономики.

26 июня 2015, 12:41

Снижение акций Китая осталось незамеченным Синьхуа

Пьянящий рост китайских акций начинает сходить на нет, сея страхи среди инвесторов, пытающихся отыскать какие-либо признаки намеков на будущие намерения Компартии. Всего месяц назад обнадеживающие заявления Синьхуа подстегнули рост акций. Теперь же, когда рынки "тонут", официальные источники остаются безмолвными в этом отношении, что оставляет инвесторов в догадках, как именно Пекин может отреагировать. Новостное агентство Синьхуа не отреагировало на просьбу дать комментарии. Аналитики же сходятся во мнении, что новостное агентство слишком велико, чтобы игнорировать эту тему. Как никакой другой ресурс, государственные СМИ имеют власть над инвесторской психологией и способны превратить разгром в ралли или наоборот. "Инвестирование в китайские акции означает, что вы должны следить за государственными СМИ", - заявил Нельсон Ян, главный валютный аналитик в гонконгском подразделении Changjiang Securities Co. Именно государственная политика стояла позади 124% роста рынка за последние 12 месяцев. Текущее молчание вызывает спекуляции о том, что китайские власти готовы смириться с возросшей рыночной волатильностью. Во вторник, например, индекс Shanghai Composite упал на целых 4.8%, тогда как ранее демонстрировал крупнейший дневной рост за восемь лет. Синьхуа - не единственный государственный источник. Правительство и Компартия также запускали и другие издания с различной степенью влияния. Некоторых из них оказали влияние на недавние распродажи. ' Chinese Stock Plunge Leaves State Media Speechless, Bloomberg, Jun 26Источник: FxTeam

29 мая 2015, 03:30

Gold prices gain in early Asia as Japan data sets paint mixed pictu

Gold prices ticked slightly higher in Asia on Friday after a slew of Japanese month-end data painted a mixed picture on monetary and fiscal efforts to spur higher prices in the country, while investors also kept attention on events in Greece. In Japan, among a slew of data industrial output rose 1.0% provisionally month-on-month, better than the 0.8% gain seen and the first gain in three months. Household spending however fell 5.5% month-on-month in April, while national core CPI gained 0.3% year-on-year, painting a mixed picture on spending and prices. The CPI data comes as the Bank of Japan has reset efforts to boost inflation to sustained 2% from around zero by 2016. The BOJ leadership now aims to hit the 2% inflation target “around the first half of fiscal 2016″ but three of the nine policy board members are even skeptical about the new delayed timing. Unemployment ticked down to 3.3% in April from 3.4% a month earlier. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold for August delivery rose 0.03% to $1,189.20 a troy ounce. Silver for July delivery gained 0.31 to $16.720 a troy ounce. Copper for July delivery rose 0.10% to $2.772 a pound. Overnight, gold futures ticked up modestly on Thursday halting a two-day skid, as slowing developments in Greek debt negotiations and a sell-off of Chinese equities limited more lucrative gains. Downward pressures have weighed on the precious metal since it soared to a three-month high of $1,232.80 on May 15. Before Thursday’s minute gains, gold had closed lower on six of the previous eight sessions. In China, stocks on the Shanghai Composite Index tumbled more than 6%, its largest decline in four months, after two major securities firms tightened margin requirements for lenders. Following the lead of two of its top competitors, Changjiang Securities upped its margin requirement or the collateral put up by an investor when borrowing, from 60% to 80% on Wednesday evening. Guosen Securities, a prominent Shenzhen-based firm, also increased its margin limits for 908 counter stocks. The Shanghai Composite Index has gained more than 125% in part due to the high level of margin financing from investors who have leveraged their bets with borrowed money. China is the world’s largest consumer of gold and second-largest purchaser behind India. Elsewhere, there were little developments in Brussels where Greek officials continued to meet with representatives from the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission in an effort to reach an agreement on a bailout that could unlock critical aid the beleaguered nation may require to stave off bankruptcy. One day earlier, Greece prime minister Alexis Tsipras said the sides had moved closer to striking a deal after beginning the initial process of drafting a technical level agreement. European officials reportedly have downplayed the developments. A deal in the four-month stalemate could free up the remaining €7.2 billion of a €240 billion bailout euro zone creditors have provided to the cash-strapped Mediterranean nation. Greece is in desperate …

28 мая 2015, 20:19

Gold inches up as instability in China, Greek debt crisis weigh

- Gold futures ticked up modestly on Thursday halting a two-day skid, as slowing developments in Greek debt negotiations and a sell-off of Chinese equities limited more lucrative gains. On the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange, gold for August delivery gained 2.30 or 0.19% to $1,188.80 a troy ounce. Gold futures plunged to a session-low of $1,181.10 in European afternoon trading before rallying soon thereafter. During U.S. morning trading, gold reached a session-high of 1,192.40 its highest level since falling sharply on Tuesday amid strong gains in the dollar. Downward pressures have weighed on the precious metal since it soared to a three-month high of 1,232.80 on May 15. Before Thursday’s minute gains, gold had closed lower on six of the previous eight sessions. Gold likely gained support at 1,178.00 the low from May 11 and was met with resistance at 1,214.20, the high from May 20. In China, stocks on the Shanghai Composite Index tumbled more than 6%, its largest decline in four months, after two major securities firms tightened margin requirements for lenders. Following the lead of two of its top competitors, Changjiang Securities upped its margin requirement or the collateral put up by an investor when borrowing, from 60% to 80% on Wednesday evening. Guosen Securities, a prominent Shenzhen-based firm, also increased its margin limits for 908 counter stocks. The Shanghai Composite Index has gained more than 125% in part due to the high level of margin financing from investors who have leveraged their bets with borrowed money. China is the world’s largest consumer of gold and second-largest purchaser behind India. Elsewhere, there were little developments in Brussels where Greek officials continued to meet with representatives from the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and European Commission in an effort to reach an agreement on a bailout that could unlock critical aid the beleaguered nation may require to stave off bankruptcy. One day earlier, Greece prime minister Alexis Tsipras said the sides had moved closer to striking a deal after beginning the initial process of drafting a technical level agreement. European officials reportedly have downplayed the developments. A deal in the four-month stalemate could free up the remaining €7.2 billion of a 240 billion bailout euro zone creditors have provided to the cash-strapped Mediterranean nation. Greece is in desperate need of the stimulus package as it reportedly grows closer to running out of cash by the day. Before the deadline to reach an agreement expires at the end of June, Greece owes approximately €1.6 billion to the International Monetary Fund over several payments due next month. Gold is considered to be a safe haven for investors in periods of severe economic instability. The U.S. Dollar Index, which measures the strength of the greenback versus a basket of six other major currencies, fell 0.16 to 97.19. Dollar-denominated commodities such as gold become more expensive for foreign purchasers when the dollar appreciates. Silver for July delivery gained 0.021 or 0.13% to 16.668 an ounce. Copper for …

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06 марта 2015, 19:00

Shares dip as liquidity woes hover

SHANGHAI stocks closed lower yesterday as liquidity pressure continued to hover the market ahead of new share offers. The Shanghai Composite Index edged down 0.22 percent to 3,241.19 points. For the week,