China Stocks-Factors to watch on Tuesday

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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:

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SHANGHAI, May 28 (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:

China's Baoshang Bank takeover raises contagion fears

Trade war has limited impact on China financial markets -regulator

China's Guangxi region reports new African swine fever outbreak

Data:

China's industrial profits shrink in April, add to pressure on economy

China's April net gold imports via Hong Kong rise to 9-month peak

China Jan-April state-owned firms' profits rise 12.6% y/y

Company moves:

In focus

EXCLUSIVE-Huawei reviewing FedEx relationship, says packages ‘diverted’

FOCUS-After "Honour of Kings" failure abroad, Tencent retools overseas strategy

China East Education aims to raise $680 mln in biggest education IPO

Hong Kong regulator fines China Merchants $3.4 mln for IPO failure

Alibaba mulls second listing to raise $20 bln -Bloomberg

Equity changes/IPOs

China Transinfo Technology's 002373.SZ shareholders to sell stake in the company to Alibaba.com

Shenzhen Exchange filing shows block trade of Muyuan Foods' 002714.SZ shares involving 389.6 million yuan

Regulation

Shenzhen Exchange warns Kangde Xin Composite Material 002450.SZ, executives for information disclosure violations

Other moves (spin-offs, divestitures, deals)

Wanda Film 002739.SZ to issue convertible bonds worth up to 4.0 billion yuan

(Compiled by Luoyan Liu)

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