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BEIJING—China decided to suspend new stock sales and, in a first, establish a fund to stabilize the country’s share markets, making clear the increasing concern among China’s leadership that the stock panic …
Wall Street Journal · 1 hour ago
China's stock market is in trouble. It's down over 20% since mid-June. But Chinese stock brokers are trying to tell scared investors: Stop selling. Help is on the way. On Saturday, China's 21 largest brokerage firms said …
ABC 15 Taking Action · 1 day ago
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NEW YORK (AP) — China has reportedly decided to bar new initial public offerings of stock and create a fund to stabilize its stock market, which has been roiled by a wave of selloffs. Twenty one Chinese securities …
The Huffington Post · 10 hours ago
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HONG KONG — Struggling to respond to precipitous declines on China’s stock markets over the last three weeks, the country’s biggest brokerage firms unveiled a government-endorsed plan on Saturday to buy shares starting on Monday, while both of …
New York Times · ByKeith Bradsher · 12 hours ago
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Fill in the blank: In recent weeks, China's stock markets have _____. A) Wiped out as much as $2 trillion of investors' wealth. B) Swung by as much as 10% in a matter of hours. C) Scared the living daylights out of …
CNN Money · ByCharles Riley · 1 day ago
I reiterate my bullish stance on Exelon Corporation (NYSE:EXC); the company is making good progress on its plan to have an extended regulated asset base through acquisitions and investments. EXC's ongoing capital investments in several infrastructure ...
Seeking Alpha · 35 minutes ago
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BEIJING: Chinese authorities have arrested a man who allegedly spread rumours about people in Beijing jumping off buildings in response to a stock market crash, state television reported on Sunday. The 29-year-old …
Channel News Asia · 57 minutes ago
This summer has not been calm for the global economy. In Europe, a Greek referendum this Sunday may determine whether the country will remain in the eurozone. In North America, meanwhile, the governor of Puerto …
Yahoo News · 5 hours ago
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Answer: It refers to a stock price that has been modified to account for past stock splits. The Coca-Cola Co. is a classic example. It went public in 1919 at $40 per share and has split its stock 11 times since then. But …
azcentral.com · 7/2/2015
Jeff DeAngelis is the chief investment officer of Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company. Watching the stock market take a tumble can be rough on the nerves. Literally. That’s the finding of a recent study …
Forbes · 7/2/2015
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