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China stocks pare losses in wobbly session as gov't support helps

SHANGHAI, Sept 2- Chinese stocks managed to bounce off from steep losses and ended Wednesday almost flat as fresh supportive measures from brokerages eased investor fears that Beijing may be intensifying a crackdown on illegal margin financing. The market was previously weighed down by news that China's securities regulators have urged brokerages to...
Source: Reuters
China worries take Asian shares on a roller-coaster ride

Asian share markets went on a roller-coaster ride on Wednesday amid persisting concerns over the health of China's economy.
Source: CNBC.com | By: See Kit Tang
China stocks reverse losses after brokerages pledge support; Hong Kong flat

SHANGHAI, Sept 2- China stocks clawed back sharp early losses on Wednesday amid speculation that the government is putting fresh pressure on brokerages to support the market. Nine Chinese brokerages have pledged additional funds worth over 30 billion yuan to buy shares, the China Securities Journal said on Wednesday. A number of Chinese brokerages, including...
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares fall for 3rd day on global growth concerns

*Weak U.S, China, euro zone PMI numbers hit jittery markets. HONG KONG, Sept 2- Asian shares fell for a third straight day on Wednesday as weak manufacturing reports from China, the United States and Europe fueled worries about slowing global growth, while the safe-haven Japanese yen firmed as investors unwound carry trades. While signs of an emerging market...
Source: Reuters | By: Saikat Chatterjee
China stocks fall at market open despite brokerage support

SHANGHAI, Sept 2- China's major stock indexes opened down on Wednesday, despite pledges by a number of brokerages to increase their stock invesment to support the market. China CSI300 stock index futures for September fell 2.1 percent, to 2,944.2, 291.12 points below the current value of the underlying index. The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong was down 1.0 percent, to...
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares drop after US, China PMIs hit Wall Street

*Weak U.S. manufacturing survey follows downbeat China figures. *China equities performance, Beijing policies in the spotlight. TOKYO, Sept 2- Asian shares got off on the back foot on Wednesday after weak manufacturing activity reports from both the U.S. and China sent Wall Street reeling, while the dollar steadied after steep losses.
Source: Reuters | By: Lisa Twaronite
China data suggest economy heading for hard landing

Weak activity in China's factory sector increased investors' fears that the world's second-largest economy may be lurching toward a hard landing.
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-China jitters send stocks tumbling

*China factory activity shrinks at fastest pace in 3 years. London, Frankfurt and Paris were down 2.3 to 2.5 percent and oil was also back in the red as it cut almost $1.5 off the $10 it had leapt between Thursday and Monday, which had been its biggest three-day surge in 25 years. GDP was revised up, but the overall theme is still the weakness in China and that is very hard...
Source: Reuters | By: Marc Jones
GLOBAL ECONOMY-China manufacturing contracts, Korea exports slump as Asia's woes deepen

*China official PMI at 3- year low; Markit reading at 6-1/ 2 yr low. The Chinese government's measure of manufacturing showed activity contracted at the fastest pace in three years, while a survey by Markit, which focuses more on smaller, private firms, showed the factory sector's weakest performance in 6-1/ 2 years. Even China's services sector, which has been one of...
Source: Reuters | By: Winni Zhou and Christine Kim
China stocks falter in giddy trade as weak PMIs heighten growth fears

SHANGHAI, Sept 1- Chinese stocks got September off to a rocky ride on Tuesday, with main indexes tumbling 5 percent at one point as weak manufacturing data laid bare the daunting challenge faced by Beijing as it races to revive a stumbling economy. It's like just trying to put out a big fire with a glass of water, "said Yang Hai, strategist at Kaiyuan Securities.
Source: Reuters