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China Construction Bank net profits climbs 6%
China Construction Bank, the nation's second largest lender by assets, said its net profit rose six percent in 2014 from a year earlier, as interest income rose.
Profit Growth Shrivels for China's Big Four Banks  Barron's
DEALTALK-Hong Kong stock surge spurs block trade boom; China bank deals ...
(For more Reuters DEALTALKS, double click on ). * Hong Kong block deals have more than tripled this year. * BBVA expected to sell stake in CITIC Bank - sources. * Hang Seng seen selling Industrial Bank shares -sources. * Goldman Sachs is top ...
China Stock Market Ripe For Consolidation  Nasdaq
China's banks foil support measures for housing market
China Everbright Bank, Bank of Communications, Minsheng Banking Corp, China Construction Bank and China CITIC Bank were among the banks with mortgage rates for second-home buyers rates that were 20-30 percent above the benchmark level.
China's central bank cuts reserve ratio  The Guardian
China Cuts Reserve Ratio By 1%: Which Banks Benefit The Most?  Barron's (blog)
China Construction Bank launches first UK ETF
Daniel Godfrey said the news of China Construction Bank International listing and trading the fund on the London Stock Exchange was a vindication of the UK's financial sector.
China takes steps to address debt problem
Sometime in the coming months, China Huarong Asset Management, which was set up in 1999 to deal with the bad debts of Industrial & Commercial Bank of China before its listing, will go public, following the example set in 2013 by rival China Cinda, the ...
China Construction Bank inks cooperation deal with Deutsche B�rse
Headquartered in Beijing, China Construction Bank is a Chinese commercial bank with representative offices in key international financial centres.
China International Capital Corp looks for lost mojo on path to IPO
CICC managed 75 per cent of the value of China's overseas IPOs worth more than $US1 billion in the 2000-2005 period, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Beijing starts to get serious about moral hazard
The lack of defaults in China, despite the rapid accumulation of debt and the worsening economic situation, is largely due to the existence of an implicit guarantee from the state-owned banks, which are the largest buyers of corporate bonds. Chinese ...
China government firm's default shocks market � Is more to come?  MarketWatch
China Takes Failure in Small Doses  Wall Street Journal
Temasek is single-largest foreign investor in Chinese banks: report
This was driven by holdings in three Chinese banks. It has a 6 per cent stake in China Construction Bank Corp, worth US$12 billion as at March 31.
SNL Financial Ranks the Top 25 Asia-Pacific Banks by Market Capitalization  Benzinga
Iron Ore Prices: Grim and Grimmer
... time of year anyway, as Chinese construction activity slows amid rising temperatures. Still, there are some drivers that could help drain the oversupply, such as China's efforts to stimulate the economy, most recently by freeing up more money for ...