On the evening of July 28, a screenshot showing that "the monthly income of a post-90s brokerage trader is 82,500 yuan ($12,225)" went viral on Chinese social media platforms.
Chinese IC design company Injoinic was listed on Shanghai's Sci-Tech Innovation Board (STAR Market) on Tuesday.
China Merchants Bank announced during a meeting on Monday afternoon that it had decided to remove Tian Huiyu from the post of president and director of the bank and make another appointment for the position.
China's national Development and Reform Commission and other departments issued new guidelines on Friday, asking food delivery platforms to cut fees for restaurants to reduce their business costs.
Chinese logistics giant SF Holding’s intra-city delivery subsidiary SF Intra-City announced on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) that the offering price has been set at HK$16.42 ($2.11) per share.
RELX Technology announced that its board of directors had authorized a stock repurchase program, according to which the company can repurchase up to $500 million of shares.
Regarding a Tesla recall announcement last week, Chinese auto parts supplier Ningbo Tuopu Group on Monday issued a statement at the Shanghai Stock Exchange.
Yunji received a delisting warning from the NASDAQ on September 27, and now has a grace period of 180 days to regain compliance. It later announced that "the company intends to solve this problem within the prescribed grace period."
This recent drop in the stock price might be attributable to the situation of Soho China and the couple Pan Shiyi and Zhang Xin, the controllers of the company.
Telling Telecommunication's share price opened down on Monday falling as low as 24.21 RMB per share. Since the beginning of August of this year, the stock has surged more than 220%.
Geely approved a share award plan for a total of up to 350 million shares and granted about 167 million shares to 10,884 incentive recipients under the plan.
Following a tumultuous first half of 2021, China Evergrande Group rebounded during Monday trading at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as it made moves to sell off assets and stabilize its debt-ridden finances.
The share price of New Oriental Education on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Friday afternoon has suddenly slumped. As of 4:10 pm, its was selling at HK $30.60 per share – down 39.63% – hitting a new low since its Hong Kong debut. Its latest market valuation sits at HK $55.541 billion
On the first day of its listing, Nayuki's Tea dropped by over 10%, dropping to the lowest price of HK $17.3 per share and an issue price of HK $19.8 per share.
The latest news shows that Didi Chuxing, a Chinese online ride-hailing giant, has been wooed by US stock investors.