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Past articles by Yujing:

Will the coronavirus take a bite out of Apple’s suppliers in China? Traders remain upbeat

‘The virus situation is very likely to be a temporary disruption to production instead of a change in the structural trend,’ said Jefferies head of telecom research. → Read More

Why China’s army of retail stock investors might have a better chance of recouping losses from fraud

China’s vast army of mom-and-pop investors has long faced an uphill battle when it came to recovering losses from investments in fraudulent listed companies. This might change soon. → Read More

China shares head for biggest loss in two months, while all Hang Seng constituent stocks decline in Hong Kong

As of Thursday morning, the death toll from the Wuhan coronavirus has mounted to 17 on the mainland, and Hong Kong has reported two cases of the Sars-like viral infection. → Read More

Hong Kong, China stocks mixed, as reports of cheaper iPhone boost Hang Seng Index

With more than 300 cases confirmed in China, and first cases being reported in Taiwan as well as the US, the new coronavirus originating in the central Chinese city of Wuhan is promising to upend the apple cart. → Read More

China markets weighed down by Wuhan outbreak, Hong Kong stocks hit by Moody’s downgrade

The Hang Seng Index declined 2.3 per cent to 28,136.04 by the lunch break on Tuesday, and was on track to recording its biggest daily loss since November 11. On the mainland, the Shanghai Composite Index and the Shenzhen Component Index both weakened by 1 per cent and the ChiNext Index was down 0.5 per cent. → Read More

Hong Kong, China stocks mixed in early Monday trading

As the Hong Kong and mainland China markets enter the home stretch leading up to the Lunar New Year holiday starting this week, some of themes we will keep an eye on include the flu outbreak in Wuhan, the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and whether stocks can hold on to their strong start to 2020. → Read More

Hang Seng finishes at five-month high on bright sentiment over trade deal, Wall Street gains

Hong Kong stocks soared to a five-month high on Friday, as investors took their cues from Wall Street gains overnight and steady progress on the US-China trade deal, while profit taking drove China markets lower. → Read More

Fewer billionaires among China’s lawmakers as 2018 stock market rout crimps their ranks and fortunes

The combined fortunes of US dollar billionaires in China’s legislature, who outnumber their peers in the US Congress, shrank by 14 per cent last year, slashed by a rout in the world’s worst-performing stock market. → Read More

Hong Kong’s securities watchdog freezes brokerage accounts for suspected involvement in misleading data

Hong Kong’s securities watchdog has frozen an unknown number of client accounts managed by three brokerages which were related to the suspected disclosure of false or misleading financial information by a listed company.... → Read More

Hong Kong, China shares surge as stocks that mysteriously plunged bounce back

Hong Kong and China stocks jumped in early trading, boosted by a strong comeback by a clutch of companies that plunged suddenly on Thursday and a rise in Xiaomi spurred by a share buyback.... → Read More

China and Hong Kong stocks slide on reported Huawei investigation, lower China GDP targets

Hong Kong and China stocks slid in early Thursday trading, as traders began weighing the impact of a reported US investigation of Huawei Technologies as well as slashed growth targets among China’s provinces.... → Read More

Hong Kong and China stocks edge lower led by Xiaomi on share sale report

Hong Kong and China stocks edged lower in early Wednesday trading, as a strong rally on Tuesday driven by China’s signals for fresh stimulus faded away.... → Read More

Minsheng sets up M&A fund with CICC as China tightens control on private education sector

Minsheng Education Group, a Chinese private college and high school operator, will set up a merger and acquisition fund with investment bank China International Capital Corporation (CICC), according to a filing to the Hong Kong stock exchange on Wednesday.... → Read More

China has a tea habit – and it means big business

From delicate kung fu tea ceremonies to trendy cheese-topped bubble milk tea, China boasts a vibrant tea drinking culture that has also translated into big business opportunities.... → Read More

Cooler than marijuana? Hong Kong’s iconic Vitasoy drinks brand is on a high thanks to Chinese memes

Whether it’s “cooler than marijuana”, as suggested by recent internet memes, is a matter of personal taste and probably one best debated in private.... → Read More

Hong Kong stocks get boost from Trump-Xi weekend phone call signalling progress on trade

Hong Kong stocks jumped in early trading Monday on the last trading day of 2018, after a phone call between Xi Jinping and Donald Trump over the weekend signalled trade talk progress.... → Read More

What should traders of Hong Kong, China stocks expect after a year of ‘heaven to hell’?

Fears about trade war, China’s slowing economy and US interest rate hikes pushed the Hong Kong and China markets off the cliff → Read More

Lipsticks with a cultural twist help Beijing’s Forbidden City woo young Chinese consumers

For 500 years the Forbidden City in central Beijing was the seat of power in imperial China. Today it is home to the Palace Museum, a tourist magnet that houses some of the country’s most treasured cultural relics from the Ming and Qing dynasties.... → Read More

China stocks fall on Christmas after Japan’s Nikkei enters bear market, another day of losses in US

Shares listed in mainland China fell on Tuesday, tracking the steep losses in markets in Japan and the United States triggered by an intensifying row between the White House and the US Federal Reserve. The Hong Kong market will remain closed until Thursday.... → Read More

China to speed up creation of new board for technology start-ups at Shanghai Stock Exchange

The China Securities Regulatory Commission, the country’s top markets regulator, said in a statement late on Monday it would push for the rapid establishment of an equity board for start-ups, a project unveiled by Chinese President Xi Jinping to help technology companies raise capital.... → Read More