Global Stock Slump Continues; China Gets Hit Hard: Markets Wrap

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The sell-off in global inventories that briefly looked to have ended mid-week has come back, tip-off sells from the U.S. to Asia into declines exceeding 10 percent from their January high-flowns. China, where retail investors dominate, got hit especially hard Friday. Equity brokers have yet to get comfy with a jump up in standard U.S. […]

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Chinas Foreign Reserves Extend Rising Streak Amid Capital Curbs

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China’s foreign-exchange earmarks posted an 11 th straight monthly mount, covering a year of convalescence amid tighter asset ensures, a stronger yuan and resilient financial growth. The reserves clambered $20.7 billion to $3.14 trillion in December, according to a People’s Bank of China statement on Sunday, compared with a $3.13 trillion median estimate in a […]

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MiFID Got You Down? There’s Work in China

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Fancy a period in Shanghai, or a incantation in Shenzhen? As the European Union’s revamped Sells in Financial Instruments Directive threatens commentator errands from London to New York, demand for study on Chinese business is growing at a fast clip. Credit Suisse Group AG plans to increase the headcount of its Greater China equity research […]

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