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Another Xiaomi Stock Sale Adds to $31 Billion Rout
China’s economy is weakening and the central bank is in easing mode.
Almost 4 billion Xiaomi shares were sold for as little as 1.95 Hong Kong cents for a slice between September 2010 and May 2011.
Xiaomi’s bad week got worse Thursday as more investors rushed to cut their losses.
More than 3 billion shares were unlocked, equal to about 19 percent of those outstanding, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
China Stock Traders Aren't Buying Beijing's Latest Policy Boost
Any hints of improving relations between the two countries, could help lift China’s downbeat stock market.
Short-Seller Targets China Stocks 'Where There Is Nothing Worth Saving'
Languishing in a bear market, all 10 industry groups on the CSI 300 Index are on track to drop 10 percent or more this year.
A Pivotal Point for China's Divisive, World-Beating Bond Market
Geneva-based Jabre Capital Partners SA is returning client money in the three funds personally managed by Jabre, said Mark Cecil.
Yuan Most Volatile Since Devaluation as Truce Rally Evaporates
False Dawns in China's Equity Market Makes Skeptics Chase Bonds
Hong Kong's Equity Bulls Keep Burning Their Fingers This Year
Chinese Stocks Slump as Trade Skepticism Returns; Bonds Climb
The Battle to Attract Chinese Consumers Is Hammering Stocks
Hang Seng Index has surged ahead of the MSCI All-Country World Index by the widest margin since April 2015.
The World's Best and Worst Markets Are Both in China This Year
China Is Casting a Shadow Over Hong Kong's Luxury Watch Retailers
China's Equity Rebound Masks a Lot of Pain Beneath the Surface
China Drops Another Regulatory Bomb, Battering Education Stocks