Tracy Li

Business Reporter

PBOC vows to support Shanghai's development

Yi Gang, governor of the People's Bank of China, yesterday said the central bank will support Shanghai as it opens up and reforms the financial sector.

'Mission' to become financial center

Shanghai will speed up its efforts in building an international financial hub and a credit pilot zone in the Yangtze River Delta.

China Life unveils first product for commercial pension trail program

The insurer says the product is meant to help citizens in an aging society which is predicted to grow to 480 million by 2050 in China.

Lujiazui forum to explore ideas to build Shanghai into financial hub in new era

The Lujiazui forum 2018 on June 14 and 15 will hear views and opinions of over 400 guests on deepening financial reform and opening up. 

JPMorgan upbeat on China's equities markets with A-share's formal inclusion into MSCI

JPMorgan regards A-share's formal inclusion into MSCI China Index a "historical moment" and said they will overweight on its equity within the emerging market space in near team. 

EY partners with Caohejing high-tech park to support promising startups

EY today unveiled a program for high-growth enterprises, together with Shanghai's Caohejing High-tech Park, in a bid to facilitate the high quality development of startups.

Shanghai pledges to enhance support for multinational institutions

Mayor Ying Yong says the city vows to improve business climate and services to help locally-based multinational enterprises to grow.

Ping An opens new smart store to provide better customer experience

Ping An Property & Casualty Insurance opened its first 3.0 version of smart store in Shanghai on Saturday to provide better customer experience with high technology. 

Shanghai stock market sees biggest weekly loss in 5 weeks

China's equities markets extended losses on Friday, with gains in auto parts failing to boost the overall index as security and software service providers took a hit.

Equities markets close lower, with defense and electronics stocks top losers

China's equities markets continued to close lower on Thursday, with the defense and military industry as well as electronics makers posting strong losses.