Tags » People's Bank Of China

China Stocks Make Sharpest Daily Fall Since 2007 - China Real Time Report - WSJ

China stocks made their sharpest daily percentage decline since 2007, as worries mount that authorities are pulling back on its measures to prop up the… 151 more words

China Alert

The hidden danger of China's stock market bubble

In the year since June 2014, around 23 trillion yuan ($3.7 trillion) suddenly appeared in the Chinese stock markets. And then, even more quickly than they gushed in, trillions of those yuan simply evaporated. 533 more words

BNP Partners – Shanghai Plunges Despite PBOC Policy Easing

BNP Partners comments as China’s Shanghai Composite Index plunged despite monetary easing by central bank.

Shanghai based investment house BNP Partners has advised clients to avoid attempting to “catch a falling knife” after the Shanghai Composite Index, China’s mainland stock market, ignored dovish monetary policy decisions from the People’s Bank of China, plunged 3.3% and entered a technical bear market. 335 more words

BNP Partners

Chinese stock markets down 30% in three weeks -- regulator warns of panic

By Jennifer Duggan in Shanghai and agencies
The Guardian

Unlike most other stock markets, where investors are mostly institutional investors, in China, 80% of investors are small retail investors. 980 more words

Wednesday, July 8, 2015: Wall St. lower on China fears; NYSE back to business as closing bell nears

“Selloff in China has all markets spooked”

A trader waits to see when trading will resume on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange following a halt in trading on the floor of the exchange in New York, July 8, 2015. 758 more words

China market regulator and central bank on Wednesday evening announce expanded rescue plan to stop panic stock and bond sell off

By Enoch Yiu
South China Morning Post

Investors sit in front of a screen showing market movements in a stock firm in Hangzhou. Photo: AFP… 539 more words

Chinese Stock Market Chaos Could Be Worse Than Greek Debt Crisis: 'The Disorder Could Be Monstrous'

While the world worries about Greece, there’s an even bigger problem closer to home: China

A stock market crash there has seen $3.2 trillion wiped from the value of Chinese shares in just three weeks, triggering an emergency response from the government and warnings of “monstrous” public disorder. 678 more words

Barack Obama