China stocks edged up on Friday morning, but the main indexes are poised for a fifth week of losses on fading optimism over the country's growth prospects and concerns about rising U.S. interest rates.
China stocks rebounded on Monday after the securities regulator denied media reports it was cracking down on fundraising and mergers and acquisitions in certain sectors, helping to offset disappointing April economic data.
Chinese shares edges higher on Tuesday while the country's central bank guided the yuan to its highest fix in almost a month as Beijing sought to keep markets calm heading into the Lunar New Year holidays.
China's volatile stock markets were flat early on Wednesday, as mounting chatter about imminent policy stimulus provided support against the backdrop of a fresh slide in oil prices that hit stock markets across the globe.
China's blue chip shares were sharply higher on Wednesday after state media said a selling ban on major shareholders brought in to help arrest a market crash last summer would remain in place until the government publishes ne
Volatility shook Chinese stock markets today, as the Shanghai index dropped more than three percent on concerns over slowing growth before erasing most of the losses, a day after authorities halted trading to arrest falling p
China's major stock exchanges looked set to extend losses after shares plunged on the first trading day of the year, triggering a "circuit breaker" that suspended equities trade nationwide for the first time and put months of
China stocks dipped on Wednesday, undermined by selling in banking and property shares, as traders awaited December manufacturing activity surveys which are expected to show the economy remains sluggish.