China Stocks-Factors to watch on Thursday

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Following is a list of recent corporate and policy announcements, as well as other news that might affect Chinese financial markets. Policy, government, sector news:

PREVIOUS TRADING SESSION MOVES:

SSEC -0.4%, CSI300 -0.7%, HSI 1.8%

HK->Shanghai Connect daily quota used 4.3%, Shanghai->HK daily quota used 0%

Mainland to HK Connect closed before mid-autumn holiday

CNY official close 7.1159 per dollar

FTSE China A50 -0.8%

SHANGHAI, Sept 12 (Reuters) - Following is a list of recent corporate and policy announcements, as well as other news that might affect Chinese financial markets.

Policy, government, sector news:

Trump: U.S. agrees to delay tariff hike on some Chinese goods by 2 weeks

China exempts some U.S. goods from retaliatory tariffs as fresh talks loom

As trade war pinches China, it opens doors wide for foreign money

Hong Kong Exchange faces uphill battle with $39 bln bid for LSE

Crushing it: Argentine farmers cheer China soymeal deal while U.S. growers fret

China says pork supply will be enough for upcoming holidays

UK says to decide on Huawei soon but China must play by rules

Data:

China bank loans up in August, more stimulus expected

China's auto sales face more bumps ahead, industry body warns, after latest slump

Company moves:

In focus

China out in force at Frankfurt car show, led by battery builders

Cathay Pacific to cut capacity as demand for Hong Kong travel falls

Huawei plans first onshore bonds totalling 6 billion yuan

Earnings/Performance

China Life Insurance's 601628.SS2628.HK Jan-Aug premium income at 443.2 bln yuan, up 5.8% y/y

New China Life Insurance's 601336.SS1336.HK Jan-Aug premium income at 90.9 bln yuan, up 8.1% y/y

Equity changes/IPOs

Western Region Gold's 601069.SS shareholder to unload up to 5% stake

Other moves (spin-offs, divestitures, deals)

Shanghai Tunnel Engineering's 600820.SS Singapore unit signs contract for s$465.2 mln

(Compiled by Luoyan Liu; Editing by Kim Coghill)

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