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  • UPDATE 3-China eases M&A rules for insurers Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 11:27 AM ET

    SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, April 8- China's decision to partially relax mergers and acquisition rules in the insurance industry could see global insurance firms expand their footprint in the $288 billion market.

  • SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, April 8- China's decision to partially relax mergers and acquisition rules in the insurance industry could see global insurance firms expand their footprint in the $288 billion market.

  • HONG KONG, March 13- Ping An, China's second largest insurer by market value, posted an albeit lower than expected 40.4 percent rise in annual earnings on Thursday, as investment income surged on the back of a recovery in China's stock market. Ping An Insurance Group Co of China Ltd made a net profit of 28.15 billion yuan in the year ended Dec. 31.

  • HONG KONG, Feb 11- Hong Kong shares posted their best daily gain in nearly three months on Tuesday, as investors covered short positions in Chinese insurers and energy plays on optimism that Beijing will unveil more plans that could spur earnings growth in some sectors.

  • *Hong Kong and H-shares at one-week high on policy optimism. HONG KONG, Feb 11- Hong Kong shares are set to post their best daily gain in nearly 3 months on Tuesday, led by Chinese insurers and energy counters on optimism that Beijing will likely unveil more policy that could favor earnings growth in some sectors.

  • *Hong Kong rises on short-covering. Feb 7- China shares fell on Friday in their first trading session of the new Lunar New Year, dragged down by Chinese financial and consumer stocks on further signs that the world's second-largest economy was losing momentum.

  • *HSI flat, H-shares -0.3 pct, China reopens Friday. *China cyclicals biggest drags, but Anhui Conch up. Feb 5- Hong Kong shares lingered at seven-month lows on Wednesday after benchmark indexes surrendered gains over the first hour of trade as a rebound proved short-lived with markets still jittery after a steep sell-off in recent sessions.

  • *China Coal Energy further roiled by profit warning. HONG KONG, Jan 27- Hong Kong shares slumped to their lowest in five months on Monday, tracking a broad selloff in Asia as emerging economies became a new worry on top of ones about liquidity and growth in China.

  • HONG KONG, Jan 8- China shares stayed sluggish on Wednesday, with the Shanghai index at a five-month closing low as weakness in coal counters outweighed strength in insurers and small-cap stocks despite signs of government support.

  • *Li& Fung spikes after it says 2013 performance' solid'. HONG KONG, Jan 7- Strength in the shares of exporter Li& Fung and China- focused footwear retailers helped secure a slim gain for Hong Kong's benchmark index early on Tuesday, while mainland Chinese markets moved off five-month lows in muted volumes.

  • *Petro China drops to six-month low. HONG KONG, Jan 3- Hong Kong and Shanghai shares broke below key technical support levels on Friday, dragging down by Chinese financial and energy sectors, after another government survey showed signs the world's second-largest economy was losing momentum.

  • HONG KONG, Dec 24- Hong Kong and China shares extended a rebound from multi-week lows on Tuesday, with the first central bank liquidity injection through normal channels in three weeks providing some respite from a year-end interbank cash crunch in the mainland.

  • Dec 20- Shanghai shares tumbled on Friday, taking their losing streak to nine days, as the country's money rates spiked again and worries about a cash crunch remained in spite of a central bank fund injection. The last time the Shanghai index fell nine straight days was in 1994..

  • *Hong Kong shares drop on profit-taking. *China Everbright Bank off 3.5 pct in Hong Kong debut. Hong Kong shares were weak on Friday too, with investors taking profits on recent outperformers after the U.S.

  • *Hong Kong shares underperform Asia after Fed decision. *Fu Shou Yuan shares jump 53 pct in Hong Kong debut. Dec 19- China shares surrendered early gains on Thursday, weighing on Hong Kong markets, as moves by the U.S.

  • *Power Assets jumps 2 pct on Hong Kong spin-off plan. HONG KONG, Dec 16- China shares extended losses on Monday, with Hong Kong shares lower too, after a preliminary survey showed manufacturing activity in the mainland slipped to an 3- month low in December.

  • Hong Kong shares sink to 4-week low, China sluggish Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013 | 11:43 PM ET

    *Cinda Asset Management soars in Hong Kong debut. HONG KONG, Dec 12- Hong Kong shares sank to their lowest in almost four weeks on Thursday, with mainland markets also sluggish, on worries over China's 2014 growth target and continuing speculation the U.S.

  • HONG KONG, Dec 2- Mainland Chinese investors took profit on outperforming penny stocks listed in Shenzhen early, while brokerages jumped early Monday after China's securities regulator signalled the likely resumption of initial public offering approvals as soon as next month.

  • HONG KONG, Nov 29- Hong Kong shares crept higher early on Friday, with mainland markets again tepid and the Chinese shipping sector buoyed by surging dry bulk rates and media reports that a plan to rejuvenate the industry has been submitted to the State Council for approval.

  • HONG KONG, Nov 25- China shares bounced off the day's lows early on Monday, buoying Hong Kong markets, as weakness for oil giant Sinopec Corp was offset by strength in defense-related companies after Beijing imposed new rules on airspace over disputed waters.

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