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WRAPUP 3-Chinese stocks tumble again, ignoring Beijing's blandishments

SHANGHAI, July 2- China stocks fell sharply again on Thursday, fighting off fresh moves by regulators to restore confidence and raising questions about how much more firepower Beijing can bring to bear before a full-scale panic sets in. Shanghai's benchmark share index crashed below 4,000 points for the first time since April- a key support level that analysts...
Source: Reuters | By: Pete Sweeney
China stocks fall despite regulators' bid to stop the slide

The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 3.4 percent, to 4,107.99, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 3.5 percent, to 3,912.77 points. Among the most active stocks in Shanghai were Bank of China, up 5.3 percent to 5.00 yuan; ICBC, up 5.6 percent to 5.43 yuan and Agri Bank of China, up 1.1 percent to 3.63 yuan.
Source: Reuters
FACTBOX-Timeline of China's attempts to prevent stock market meltdown

SHANGHAI, July 2- The Chinese government has taken a series of steps since the weekend to head off a crash in its stock markets, which have plunged more than 20 percent since a peak on June 12, hit by tight liquidity conditions ahead of the quarter-end and uncertainty over the central bank's easing policy. On the weekend, China's central bank cuts guidance lending...
Source: Reuters
WRAPUP 1-China stocks retreat despite new moves to stave off crash

On Wednesday evening, China's two major stock exchanges in Shanghai and Shenzhen said they will cut transaction fees effective Aug. 1. China stocks had tumbled some 5 percent earlier in the day, taking losses since mid-June to more than 20 percent. The People's Daily, official mouthpiece of the ruling Communist Party, said in an editorial that China needs a stable,...
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BUZZ-China stocks rise at open

BUZZ- CHINA STOCKS RISE AT OPEN@** China stocks rise after regulators move to ease trading. **China CSI300 stock index futures for July rise 0.3 percent, to 4,228.2, -59.53 points below the current value of the underlying index. **The Hang Seng index adds 0.8 percent to 26,459.43.
Source: Reuters
China's exchanges to lower transaction fees: Report

China's two major stock exchanges have decided to lower transaction fees after sharp drops in the Chinese stock markets, the Xinhua news agency said.
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China stocks plunge again, erasing much of previous day's gains

SHANGHAI, July 1- China stocks tumbled again on Wednesday, surrendering much of Tuesday's sharp gains, as investors took advantage of any rebound to reduce their leveraged positions. The CSI300 index of the largest listed companies in Shanghai and Shenzhen fell 4.9 percent, to 4,253.02, while the Shanghai Composite Index lost 5.2 percent, to 4,053.70 points.
Source: Reuters
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asia shares gain as euro shoulders Greek burden

*Asia holds nerve as Greece misses IMF loan payment. SYDNEY, July 1- Asian shares made guarded gains on Wednesday as investors gave a resigned shrug to news Greece had become the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund. Calming after two days of wild swings, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan...
Source: Reuters | By: Wayne Cole
China stocks slip, exchange-traded funds draw inflows

SHANGHAI, July 1- China stocks drifted slightly lower on Wednesday morning, as investor sentiment stabilized following a raft of government measures aimed at stemming two weeks of panic selling. China cut interest rates over the weekend, unveiled plans to let pension funds buy stocks on Monday, and China's fund association on Tuesday sought to rally...
Source: Reuters
Shanghai's top ETFs see strong inflows for second day

SHANGHAI, July 1- About 15 billion yuan flowed into Shanghai's top four exchange-traded funds on Tuesday, the second consecutive day of strong inflows into the blue chip-focused funds, strengthening expectations that state-backed investors are stepping in to arrest a two-week-long market plunge. During the prior session, nearly 10 billion yuan flowed into...
Source: Reuters