HSBC and its biggest investor Ping An were engaged in a public battle since last November, over a proposal to the bank to hive off its profitable Asia business to deliver better returns to shareholders
SPB Exchange in St Petersburg began trading in 12 securities whose primary listing is on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and will provide access to bourse infrastructure
US and EMEA investors put a record $5.8bn into Chinese equities in June after Covid lockdowns ended in Shanghai and other cities and regulators said they would ease their tech sector crackdown
The region's combined net foreign selling during January to April stood at $45.76 billion, the most in the first four months since at least 2008
Asian equities witnessed steep foreign outflows in March, hit by worries over higher inflation as commodity prices soared due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Fears over the Delta variant, the US Fed's plans to taper outlays and China's intensifying regulatory crackdown have slowed the pandemic recovery and deflated global markets
Chinese tech stocks slumped after the passage of a new law to protect online user data privacy that triggered investor concerns about the extent of Beijing's regulatory crackdown
Weekly inflows were the largest for three months as Covid’s impact on the global recovery began to be felt and the fear of inflation spread
Asian equities saw net foreign outflows in June as Covid’s impact was felt across the region again – but observers say the pivot won’t dent earnings recovery in the longer term
(ATF) Asian equities peaked twice in the first quarter amid optimism over the recovery...
Asian shares got off to a strong start on Tuesday, with investors buoyed by strong factory output data...