Search results for ".CSI300"

REFINE RESULTS

SEARCH RESULTS

About 89 results. Sort By: Date | Relevance
China stocks close lower ahead of Lunar New Year

SHANGHAI, Feb 5- China stocks dipped on Friday on market views that government moves to raise investment ceilings for overseas investors won't lead to an immediate surge in foreign buying of Chinese equities. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 0.7 percent, to 2,963.79, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.6...
Source: Reuters
China stocks edge down despite relaxation of QFII rules; HK up

*China, HK market head into Chinese Spring Festival. SHANGHAI, Feb 5- China stocks dipped on Friday morning with participants taking the view that government moves to raise investment ceilings for overseas investors won't lead to an immediate surge in foreign buying of Chinese equities. China unveiled new rules on Thursday that would allow investors under the...
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks rise as weak dollar, U.S. rate outlook keep oil strong

*Europe shares follow Asia higher, focus on commodity firms. LONDON, Feb 4- Stocks advanced in Europe and Asia on Thursday, with the focus on energy companies as speculation U.S. interest rates may not rise at all this year left the dollar nursing hefty losses and oil held most of the previous day's big gains. Brent, the global benchmark, dipped 5 cents to $34.99 a barrel,...
Source: Reuters | By: Nigel Stephenson
China, HK stocks rebound as dollar tumble ease yuan depreciation fears

*China sees first mutual fund liquidation this year. SHANGHAI, Feb 4- China and Hong Kong stocks rebounded on Thursday morning after an overnight tumble in the U.S dollar eased concerns of yuan deprecation, at least temporarily. Most stock market sectors in China rose on Thursday.
Source: Reuters
China stocks fall despite property easing measures

SHANGHAI, Feb 3- China's stocks resumed their slide on Wednesday as sceptical investors quickly booked profits on gains made in the previous day, shrugging off fresh government measures to boost the property market. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 0.4 percent to 2,948.64 points. But some analysts say continued...
Source: Reuters
China stock fall despite property easing; HK dragged lower by energy, insurers

*Hong Kong insurance plays tumble on China purchase restrictions. SHANGHAI, Feb 3- China share markets resumed their slide on Wednesday morning, as investors, unconvinced that fresh easing in the property sector could revive the economy, took advantage of Tuesday's 2 percent rebound to reduce their exposure. Hong Kong shares tumbled, led by the energy sector...
Source: Reuters
WRAPUP 2-China shares end higher, yuan fixed firmer

SHANGHAI, Feb 2- Chinese shares ended higher on Tuesday, and the country's central bank guided the yuan to its highest daily fix in almost a month as Beijing sought to keep markets calm heading into the Lunar New Year holidays. The Shanghai Composite Index gained 2.3 percent, while the CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen rose 2.1...
Source: Reuters | By: Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney
China stocks gain over 2 pct in thin trade, led by small-caps

SHANGHAI, Feb 2- China stocks bounced more than 2 percent on Tuesday, led by small-caps, but some analysts said thin trading volume suggests the rebound could be short-lived.
Source: Reuters
Small-caps lead China rebound; HK shares down

SHANGHAI, Feb 2- China stocks bounced more than 2 percent on Tuesday, led by small-caps, but some analysts say the accompanying thin trading volume suggest the technical rebound could be short-lived. Hong Kong stocks ended the morning in negative territory though, as investors remain unconvinced that economic fundamentals are improving.
Source: Reuters
WRAPUP 1-China shares stage tentative bounce, yuan fixed firmer

By Samuel Shen and Pete Sweeney. SHANGHAI, Feb 2- Chinese shares edges higher on Tuesday while the country's central bank guided the yuan to its highest fix in almost a month as Beijing sought to keep markets calm heading into the Lunar New Year holidays. Given that, Wang was surprised China's central bank had not cut rates or reserve requirements, rather relying on...
Source: Reuters