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Asia money managers buy gold, China stocks to hedge US election

Money managers in Asia are deploying a range of traditional and unconventional strategies to cushion any losses as they brace for turbulence in the lead-up and aftermath of the US presidential elec

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China’s stock market boasts a broader rebound than the record-setting rally in US equities

The record-setting rally in US equities gets all the attention but China’s stock market boasts a broader rebound.


Biotech, cloud computing make sound China investment themes, says Mirae

SINGAPORE (May 29): China’s three-decade-long track record of economic growth has faltered somewhat in the last two years, following heightened tensions with the United States.

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China stocks rise most in a month as officials pledge support

(Oct 19): Chinese stocks jumped, headed for their biggest gain in a month, after top financial officials voiced support for the battered equity market.

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China stocks enter MSCI as US$6.9 trillion market goes global

(June 21): China’s domestic equities will join MSCI Inc.’s benchmark indexes after three failed attempts, a landmark step in the nation’s integration with the global financial system.

MSCI sees `lot of issues' to solve on China stock inclusion

(May 25): China still has some ways to go to win approval for its mainland stocks to be included in emerging-market indexes, according to the head of the company that compiles the benchmarks.

China stocks drop, Yuan falls after Moody's cuts credit rating

(May 24): China’s stocks headed for their lowest level since October, the yuan retreated and default risk increased after Moody’s Investors Service cut its rating on the nation’s debt for the first

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China stock traders bet US$305 mil on rising military tension

SHANGHAI (Aug 31): China’s stock investors are making a US$305 million ($416 million) bet on the nation’s military complex.

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Hong Kong stocks jump but Shanghai closes down

HONG KONG (May 27): Hong Kong stocks reversed early losses to jump almost 1% by the close, but Shanghai ended slightly lower on continued worries about the weak domestic economy.

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