Showing posts from April, 2015

Beijing’s bid to rein in speculators could hit Hong Kong stock market

Regulator tries to ease market fears, saying it is ‘protecting investors’

Auditor raises issue on Blumont’s ability to continue as a going concern

Blumont Group’s independent auditor, Moore Stephens, has drawn attention to an issue that may have significant bearing on the group’s ability to continue as a going concern.

Why silencing short-sellers is futile

Loss of market confidence here - just look at cases such as Sino Construction

The question is not why the company’s share price recently collapsed - but why it has taken so long. Are there more such cases to come?

Quah Su-Ling loses suit against Goldman Sachs, must pay $15.5m

Ms Quah Su-Ling, the chief executive of public-listed Ipco International, sued Goldman Sachs International for allegedly having “dumped” 65 million of her shares in the market in October 2013, causing a dramatic price fall.

China enters stock frenzy as rookie traders open record accounts

To get a sense of the frenzy in China’s world-beating equity market, consider this: In a two-week span last month, the rally lured 2.8 million rookie stock pickers, almost the equivalent of Chicago’s entire population.