How China Is Getting Serious About Financial Risk

Bloomberg News
Bloomberg
Chinese leaders pledged to make controlling financial risk a top priority. Their challenge is to do so without derailing the economy.

China to Stamp out Cryptocurrency Trading Completely with Ban on Foreign Platforms

Xie Yu
South China Morning Post
Offshore platforms targeted after recent efforts to shut down domestic exchanges failed to eradicate trading.

China's Debt Levels Pose Stability Risk, Says IMF

Guardian
Fears that China risks being the cause of a fresh global financial crisis have been highlighted by the International Monetary Fund in a hard-hitting warning about the growing debt-dependency of the world’s second biggest economy.

Chinese Stocks Are Beginning to Show 'Cracks.' Here's What It Means

Rebecca Ungarino
CNBC
China’s stock market has been steadily rising all year, but according to one technician the charts are beginning to show signs of weakness.

China to Fend off Bubble Risk with Tighter Property Rules

David Reid
CNBC
The authorities said they would stop funds being illegally funneled into property and that capital flow would be more forcibly balanced between real estate and other industries.

Accelerating Fintech in China

Joshua Bateman
TechCrunch
China’s expeditious adoption of fintech is generating profits not only for startups, but also the companies investing in them. Sitting in the headquarters of FinPlus, a fintech venture capital firm and accelerator, its CEO, Mosso Lau, said, “There...

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Is China the Future of Bitcoin, or Its Past?

Andrew Collier, Isaac Mao & more
China often dominates the market for Bitcoin, a virtual currency managed by a decentralized network of computers: at points over the last few years, China may have accounted for more than 75 percent of Bitcoin trading. Energy subsidies there make it...