China Merchants Bank shares plunged the most in seven years after a report that said a bank executive was helping officials with an inquiry.
Tech companies like Paytm, food delivery outfit Zomato, online insurance broker PolicyBazaar, and online fashion seller Nykaa were amongst the biggest losers.
Vice-Premier wants local government to help key companies get back to work after weeks of lockdowns in Shanghai and other cities.
Xpeng CEO warns that if suppliers in and around Shanghai can’t resume operations and production, all of China's carmakers will have to stop production in May
The timing of the relaxation was unexpected, but companies bent over backwards after facing heavy criticism from authorities for being non-compliant, analysts said
Daily Journal Corp, the company where Warren Buffett's business partner Charlie Munger helps oversee investments, said on Monday it halved its stake in China's e-commerce giant Alibaba Group
Chinese stocks suffered their biggest fall in a month as Covid restrictions and inflation worries weighed heavily on investors
Chinese oil giant CNOOC said on Monday it will raise 28.08 billion yuan ($4.4 billion) in a listing in Shanghai, after setting the price for what will be the mainland 11th-biggest public stock offering
Supply-chain disruptions, rocketing inputs costs, and the partial removal of government subsidies for China EV manufacturers have driven a stock market selloff
Russia is turning to microchip manufacturers in China to circumvent western sanctions which have boosted demand for bank cards linked to Mir payment system, a payment card executive said.