Politics

China Stocks-Factors to watch on Monday

Reuters

SHANGHAI, April 15 () - 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:

  • Trade rows cloud global economy as officials fret over slowdown

  • IMF wants China-U.S. trade deal to address structural issues

  • Chinese premier confident economy will meet annual growth target

  • China denounces protectionism in swipe at U.S. trade policy

  • China pledges to increase trade with CEE countries

  • To spur rural development, China to send millions of students on 'volunteering' trips

  • China to give priority to subsidy-free renewable projects in new plan

  • China warns Australia at WTO about 5G restriction

  • Malaysia, China agree to resume railway project after slashing cost

  • Data:

    • China March new loans rebound sharply, more policy easing expected

    • China March exports rebound to 5-mth high but imports fall more than expected

    • POLL-China's 2019 growth seen slowing to 6.2 pct despite policy support

    • China auto sales drop at smallest pace in 7 months, tax cuts help

    • China March crude imports ease on overhaul, fuel exports soar

    Company moves:

    In focus

    • China's Foton considers acquisition of a Ford plant in Brazil -newspaper

    • VW to take on Tesla X in China from 2021 with electric SUV

    Earnings/Performance

    • Zhangzhou Pientzehuang Pharmaceutical's 2018 net profit up 41.6 percent y/y

    • Chongqing Changan Automobile's prelim 2018 profit down 90.8 percent y/y

    • Muyuan Foods Swings to red in q1

    • Shenzhen Goodix Technology's Q1 net profit up 2,040 percent y/y

    • GF Securities sees q1 net profit up 70-95 percent y/y

    • China Merchants Shekou Industrial Zone sees q1 net profit down 54-57 percent y/y

    • Sany Heavy Industry sees q1 net profit up 100-120 percent y/y

    • Unisplendour sees q1 net profit up 40-60 percent y/y

    Equity changes/IPOs

    • Beijing Kunlun Tech sells back its remaining Qudian shares

    • China National Nuclear Power to issue convertible bonds worth up to 7.8 billion yuan

    Other moves (spin-offs, divestitures, deals)

    • China Railway Construction says unit's consortium wins ppp contract

    • China Molybdenum gets approvals to issue 10 bln yuan medium-term notes, commercial paper

    • 360 Security Technology to sell 22.6 pct stake in Beijing Qi An Xin Technology for 3.7 bln yuan


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