Nomura says China is supporting the easing of property curbs by local governments but is sticking with strict national curbs on the market.
The decision was taken because of fear of secondary sanctions from the US after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Forbes Russia said, citing Russian media.
As central banks tighten monetary policies, the credit impulse is likely to turn negative, slowing global economic growth.
Asia Financial's China Electric Vehicles Index, which tracks 14 leading electric car makers, slumped 13% in March and is down 26% so far this year.
China expert Michael Pettis says how the matter is handled 'could have an adverse impact on the way insolvency occurs within China'
By freezing the assets of Russia’s central bank, the west has taken the biggest gamble in the history of economic warfare, says Eurointelligence.
A meeting chaired by China's top economic official said there was positive progress on the issue of Chinese companies being delisted from US exchanges.
When a giant Chinese producer seemed unlikely to meet margin calls on nickel contracts this week, the London Metals Exchange stepped in and saved it, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Malaysia would marginally benefit from higher oil prices while China bonds would provide some defensive cover in portfolios, says DBS.
Western allies and TSMC are grappling with how to mitigate a worst-case scenario where China invades or blockades Taiwan, cutting off chips crucial to the global economy.
A new report by the research firm Rhodium says the National Critical Capabilities Defence Act has major implications for the economic ties between the US and China
China's state planner wants to minimise the impact of Covid curbs during the Lunar New Year holiday to help a rebound in consumption.