Billioniare Jia Yueting said he must remain in the US to work on electric car startup Faraday Future. Photograph: Bloomberg

Chinese internet entrepreneur Jia Yueting has defied orders from regulators to return home and help a listed technology company he founded resolve cru(...)

Ireland is the 18th jurisdiction granted access to China’s capital markets under what are seen as the more flexible of the country’s two main licences for foreign institutional investors.

China has given Ireland an investment quota worth 50 billion yuan (€6.89 billion) under the Renminbi Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (RQFII) (...)

China’s economic growth eased to 6.8 percent in the fourth quarter from a year earlier, matching expectations but still the slowest since the global financial crisis, putting pressure on policymakers to roll out more support measures as fears of a sharper slowdown pummel global financial markets. (Photograph: REUTERS)

Asian stocks rose as China’s weakest growth since 2009 spurred a rally in the nation’s industrial shares amid speculation the government will bo(...)

 Investors observe the stock market at an exchange hall  in Beijing, China. Photograph: ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images

China’s stock market trade opened 2016 with a gruesome flashback to the summer slide in equities that prompted palpitations among regulators, a spate (...)

Chinese traders got an unexpected and unwelcome extended new year break after shares tumbled. Photograph: Reuters

China’s stock markets normally open from 9.30am until 3pm, with a civilised 90-minute break for lunch, but this week has seen much shorter sessions in(...)

A man looks at an electronic board showing stock information at a brokerage house in Beijing

China stocks rose on Tuesday as financial regulators and the central bank moved aggressively to restore confidence a day after a plunge roiled global(...)

An investor gestures as he speaks to another investor  in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, China, November 27th, 2015.

Chinese shares sank more than five per cent on Friday in their biggest drop since this summer’s rout after Reuters reported the stock regulator(...)

The “rumour-mongering” arrests come after China’s stock market has seen huge losses since it peaked in mid-June, and worries about economic growth have added to jitters. Photograph: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg

China has arrested nearly 200 people for online rumour-mongering about the country’s stock market collapse and the recent fatal chemical factory explo(...)

China’s stock exchanges and market watchdogs are cracking down on short-selling as part of a broad government-orchestrated effort to prevent a collapse in the country’s markets

China stepped up its crackdown on short-selling of shares on Tuesday, unveiling rules that make it harder for speculators to profit from hourly price (...)

China’s main share markets have lost about 30 per cent of their value since the middle of June. Photograph: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

While the headlines celebrated Beijing winning the bid to host the Winter Olympics in 2022, there was grimmer news again from China’s bourses as the r(...)

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