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  • China lets foreign institutions invest more in its markets in third quarter

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China boosted the quotas it gives foreign institutions to invest in domestic securities by the largest amount in the third quarter since the final quarter of 2012 and regulators may also raise the limit on a parallel yuan-denominated...
  • Tainted by compatriots' scandals, Chinese firms may struggle to float in Europe

    WARSAW (Reuters) - With Frankfurt likely out of bounds for Chinese company flotations after a series of corporate problems, their advisers would be forgiven for seeking alternative capital-raising venues around Europe. They will probably find it tough...
  • Shadow banking's benefits to China undeniable: central bank official

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China should grasp the opportunity to guide shadow banking to serve businesses with needed financing, while at the same time strengthening regulation of the sector, a central bank official was quoted as saying. A string of shadow...
  • Four children stabbed to death in southern China: state media

    BEIJING (Reuters) - A man killed four primary school students on Friday in the southern region of Guangxi, state media said, in the latest of a series of knife attacks that have unnerved the country. Police have launched a manhunt for the assailant, a...
  • HKEx eyes October 27 for trading link launch: sources

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A landmark trading link between Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEx) and the Shanghai Stock Exchange is expected to be launched on Oct 27, two people with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters. A broker and an asset...
  • China steel demand shrinks for first time in 14 years as slowdown stings

    DALIAN China (Reuters) - China's steel consumption dropped this year for the first time since at least 2000 due to slower economic growth, leading to a surplus of iron ore in the country and a more than 40 percent plunge in prices of the steelmaking raw...
  • Hong Kong students take democracy fight to home of city's leader

    HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of students and protesters marched to the official residence of Hong Kong's leader on Thursday to demand a meeting, defying police warnings, as tensions simmer over the financial hub's democratic future. Carrying a huge...
  • Stocks sink as Apple drags down tech; Dow dips more than 200 points

    NEW YORK — Technology companies are leading a broad drop in U.S. stocks that has pulled the Dow Jones industrial average down 200 points. The steep decline comes a day after the market had its best day in more than a month. Apple dropped more than...
  • Dissident artist Ai Weiwei brings exhibit to Alcatraz

    By Deepa Seetharaman ALCATRAZ, Sept 25 (Reuters) - One of China's most famous dissidents has appropriated the United States' most famous former prison as a way to highlight the plight of activists held in detention. Starting Sept. 27, the former...
  • China to send 700 troops to South Sudan to assist U.N. mission

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Thursday it will send 700 troops to join a U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan, where fighting has threatened Beijing's oil investments. The troops will assist the U.N. with protecting citizens and humanitarian...
  • Pictures in the News | September 23, 2014

     
    Tuesday's Pictures in the News begins in the Arabian Gulf, where air attacks on Islamic State militants in eastern Syria began within 72 hours after five Arab allies agreed to participate....