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  • SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, Oct 23- China will retain a ban on overseas commodity exchanges setting up warehouses there, a government source said, dashing expectations for London Metal Exchange warehouses in the newly launched Shanghai free trade zone.

  • SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, Oct 23- China will retain a ban on overseas commodity exchanges setting up warehouses in the country, a government source said, dashing expectations for London Metal Exchange warehouses in the newly launched Shanghai free trade zone.

  • *Gold retreats from 4- week high as dollar recovers. *Gold premiums in India hit $120/ oz. LONDON, Oct 23- Gold retreated from four-week highs on Wednesday as a slight recovery in the dollar prompted some investors to cash in gains, with a rally sparked by weaker-than-expected U.S. non-farm payrolls data running out of steam.

  • China shares fall as spike in cash rates causes jitters Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013 | 3:10 AM ET

    HONG KONG, Oct 23- China shares dropped more than 1 percent as investors took profit on the year's outperformers after short-term money rates spiked on Wednesday as official media said the central bank may soon tighten liquidity.

  • China money rates shoot up as tightening worries rise Wednesday, 23 Oct 2013 | 1:52 AM ET

    *Beijing is concerned with inflation, property prices. SHANGHAI, Oct 23- China's primary short-term money rates rose on Wednesday in a delayed reaction to signals from regulators they are considering tightening liquidity to tamp rising inflationary pressure.

  • *China banks rise after Ping An Bank's encouraging earnings. HONG KONG, Oct 23- China shares surrendered early gains to go into the midday break weaker on Wednesday, weighing on Hong Kong markets, as profit taking accelerated on the year's outperformers from power producers to high-technology start ups.

  • SHANGHAI, Oct 23- China's yuan traded at a new high versus the dollar on Wednesday, guided by a record midpoint setting by the central bank after the dollar slumped in global markets.

  • TAOYUAN, Taiwan, Oct 23- Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp has halted at least one of its four main manufacturing lines, accounting for at least a fifth of total capacity, and is outsourcing production as a sales slump puts pressure on its cash flow, according to sources with direct knowledge of the situation.

  • *China's home prices spike 9.1 pct y/y, fastest since Jan 2011. BEIJING, Oct 22- China signalled concern on Tuesday that ample credit could fuel inflation as a report showed house prices jumped the most in nearly three years, with double-digit gains in major cities.

  • BEIJING, Oct 22- China's home prices rose the most in nearly three years in September, adding to fears that a property bubble is emerging heading into a Communist Party leaders' meeting next month.

  • HONG KONG, Oct 22- China shares slid, largely due to falls in property shares after data indicating rapid rises in home prices in major cities made investors worry new curbs could be imposed on the sector.

  • By Xiaoyi Shao and Jonathan Standing. BEIJING, Oct 22- China's home prices rose the most in nearly three years in September, led by a surge in big cities, adding to the threat of a property bubble that is set to test government policy makers ahead of a key economic reform meeting due next month.

  • BEIJING, Oct 22- China's home prices rose the most in nearly three years in September, led by a surge in big cities, adding to the threat of a property bubble that is set to test government policy makers ahead of a key economic reform meeting due next month.

  • *Yuan off Monday's record high in PBOC's midpoint. SHANGHAI, Oct 22- China's yuan edged down against the dollar on Tuesday after the central bank took advance of a global dollar rebound to pull the currency's official midpoint back from a record high. "Corporate dollar sales still dominate," said a trader at a Chinese state-owned bank in Shanghai.

  • *China property H-shares rise, A-shares slip after home price data. HONG KONG, Oct 22- Hong Kong shares were knocked off their highest levels in a month early on Tuesday, led by China Mobile after its disappointing third quarterly results kicked off the current results reporting season for key blue chip companies.

  • SHANGHAI, Oct 21- Starbucks Corp has been charging higher prices in China than other markets, helping the company realize fat profit margins, the official China Central Television said in a report.

  • SHANGHAI, Oct 21- Starbucks Corp has been charging customers in China higher prices than other markets, helping the company realize thick profit margins, a report by the official China Central Television said.

  • *Dubai seen by many as the front-runner. DUBAI, Oct 21- An international meeting in Paris next month may trigger billions of dollars of fresh investment in Dubai- and, if plans are not handled carefully, contribute to the kind of boom-and-bust cycle which nearly bankrupted the emirate four years ago.

  • HONG KONG, Oct 21- China's CSI300 share index posted its strongest daily gain in six weeks on Monday, outshining Asian markets after Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said there should be "no slackening" in implementation of policies that ensure growth targets are met.

  • *Tencent hits record high after Google's strong gains. HONG KONG, Oct 21- China shares outshone others in Asia early on Monday, lifting Hong Kong to its highest in a month, after Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said there should be "no slackening" in carrying out policies that ensure growth targets are met.

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