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China's Wanda to Acquire AMC Entertainment
By MICHELLE KUNG And AARON BACK BEIJING—A Chinese conglomerate agreed to acquire US movie theater chain AMC Entertainment Holdings in a deal that they said was worth around $2.6 billion, in one of the biggest moves yet by a Chinese company to break ...

In China, Fear at the Top
IN the heyday of the Soviet era, Communist leaders were described by the dissident Yugoslav theorist Milovan Djilas as the “New Class,” whose power lay not in ownership of wealth but in control of it: all the property of the state was at their beck and ...

Leader's Fall in China Put Allies in Peril
CHONGQING, China — Early this year, as a crisis unfolded in the chambers of power here, three men flew into this fog-wreathed riverside metropolis within a day or two of one another. They were members of the inner court of Bo Xilai, the Communist ...

Wen Growth Pledge Spurs Speculation of China Stimulus
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's pledge to focus more on bolstering growth spurred speculation the government will step up efforts to combat a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy. Wen called for “putting stabilizing growth in a more important ...

Insight: China pays high price to spare state firm from bankruptcy
By Gabriel Wildau and Carrie Hong | WEIFANG, China (Reuters) - The Chinese official was adamant the city of Weifang would keep its rayon factory open, noting that local authorities had just stepped in to help the plant's owner repay $60 million in ...

China Barrier Eases, Sweden Dodges, Mexico Probed: Compliance
By Carla Main on May 21, 2012 China's securities regulator plans to lower entry barriers for overseas funds, encouraging investment in domestic securities as it seeks to broaden and deepen the country's capital markets. China will speed up approval of ...

Cheating Chinese businesswoman gets reprieve from death sentence
| BEIJING (Reuters) - A self-made Chinese businesswoman convicted of cheating investors out of millions had her death sentence commuted on Monday, state media said, following thousands of Internet pleas urging leniency. Wu Ying, 31, the daughter of a ...

FX GLOBAL CALL: Our Take On The Day's Big FX News
By MICHAEL CASEY The FX Global Call covers the main talking points from an 11:00 GMT news meeting involving DJ FX Trader editors in New York, London and Singapore, as well as other FX hot spots when warranted. 1. A weekend pregnant with opportunity has ...

LONDON 2012: Japanese gymnast Kohei Uchimura looks to put his team 1st at 2012 ...
LONDON 2012: Japanese gymnast Kohei Uchimura looks to put his team 1st at 2012 ...

Chinese company buys AMC movie theater chain
By Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY BEIJING – The Chinese are coming — to your local movie theater. With the fanfare from Superman, and toasts of red wine, representatives of Chinese company Wanda signed a deal in Beijing Monday morning to buy AMC, ...

Chinese buyers default on coal, iron ore shipments-trade
By Fayen Wong and Randy Fabi | SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Chinese buyers are deferring or have defaulted on coal and iron ore deliveries following a drop in prices, traders said, providing more evidence that a slowdown in the world's second-largest ...

Exclusive: US lets China bypass Wall Street for Treasury orders
By Emily Flitter | NEW YORK (Reuters) - China can now bypass Wall Street when buying US government debt and go straight to the US Treasury, in what is the Treasury's first-ever direct relationship with a foreign government, according to documents ...

COMMODITIES-Oil up strongly on China, G8; natgas tumbles
* China's hint at stimulus, G8 support for Greece help * Oil has first major rebound in weeks * Gold's comeback cools, copper and wheat edge higher * Natural gas down 5 pct after being "overbought" By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK, May 21 (Reuters) - Oil ...

Vale says iron ore sales brisk despite slower China
* Slower China economy not hitting iron ore sales -Vale * Iron ore sales to China could quicken in H2 -analyst * Chinese buyers defaulting on iron ore, coal purchases * Usiminas trims its 2015 iron ore production target RIO DE JANEIRO, May 21 (Reuters) ...

Xstrata sees China copper demand rebounding, sticks to expansion
By James Regan | SYDNEY (Reuters) - Chinese demand for copper is likely to improve in the second half, the head of Xstrata's (XTA.L) copper unit said on Tuesday, as the miner pledged to lift output by about 60 percent over three years after some rivals ...

China Stocks Rise for 2nd Day on Infrastructure Spending Report
By Weiyi Lim on May 21, 2012 China's stocks rose for a second day on speculation the government will accelerate infrastructure spending to counter an economic slowdown and after German and French officials said they will work to keep Greece in the euro ...

China PBOC newspaper urges open capital account
By Aaron Back -- Newspaper backed by the central bank argues that current conditions present "rare window of opportunity" for China to open its capital account. -- Main disagreement among policymakers is over the sequencing of capital-account opening ...

METALS-LME copper gains for third day on China hopes
SHANGHAI, May 22 (Reuters) - London copper futures rose for a third straight day on Tuesday, supported by hopes top consumer China is exerting efforts to reinvigorate its economy, helping the metal recover some ground after losing more than 7 percent ...

China Swaps Extend Rebound From 2012 Low as More Funds Drained
China's one-year interest-rate swaps rose, extending a rebound from a 2012 low reached last week, as the central bank absorbed funds from the financial system. The People's Bank of China will sell 60 billion yuan ($9.5 billion) of 28-day repurchase ...

India Morning Call-Global markets
------------------(8:15 am India Time)----------------------- Stock Markets S&P/ASX 200 4105.90 +32.28 NZSX 50 3530.415 +37.03 DJIA 12504.48 +135.10 Nikkei 8718.6 +84.7 NASDAQ 2847.21 +68.42 FTSE 5304.48 +36.86 S&P 500 1315.99 +20.77 Hang Seng 19103.77 ...

TEXT-S&P summary: China National Offshore Oil Corp.
The credit profile of CNOOC's core subsidiary CNOOC Ltd. (AA-/Stable/--; cnAAA) supports the parent's SACP. CNOOC Ltd.'s competitive cost structure, dominant market position in China's offshore areas, and good long-term production growth record ...

The Specter of the Cultural Revolution
BEIJING — A couple of months ago, Prime Minister Wen Jiabao warned that if China fails to make political reforms, the country runs a risk of repeating the Cultural Revolution. While meant as a shot at Bo Xilai, the now-disgraced former Communist Party ...

Brazil Set to Lose Out as Thailand Meets Chinese Sugar Demand
By Isis Almeida and Supunnabul Suwannakij on May 22, 2012 A delay in harvesting the sugar cane crop in Brazil will see the world's largest producer lose market share in China, set to be one of the season's biggest importers, as Thailand increases its ...

China Should Adjust Policy Early - Government Researcher
(Adds comments by government researcher Chen Dongqi in the fourth, 6th-9th paragraphs, data in the second, fifth and 10th paragraphs, Premier Wen's comments in the third paragraph). BEIJING (Dow Jones)--China should be alert for economic slowdown and ...

In China, public outcry softens sentence for Wu Ying
China's Twitter users went wild Tuesday after a court overturned the most controversial death sentence here in recent memory. By Peter Ford, Staff writer / May 22, 2012 In this April 2009 file photo made available Monday, May 21, Wu Ying, ...

Most Chinese Stocks Decline on Slowing Economy, Greece Concerns
By Bloomberg News on May 22, 2012 Most Chinese stocks fell on concern the economic slowdown may accelerate and as speculation intensified Greece may leave the euro area. Jiangxi Copper Co. (600362) and China Shenhua Energy Co. led declines for ...

TEXT-Fitch Street InterView: China Steel - Growth, the State and Losses
(The SEOUL/SINGAPORE/HONG KONG, May 23 (Fitch) This week Matt Jamieson spoke with Su Aik Lim, Fitch's Asia Pacific steel sector analyst based in Hong Kong, about China's steel industry and specifically the recent anomaly of record production levels ...

World Bank Says Asia Must Watch Prices as Growth Slows
The World Bank said policy makers in Asia's emerging economies must guard against inflation risks and be prepared to reverse policy easing, even as slowing growth in China and Europe's sovereign-debt turmoil hurt exports. Growth in developing East Asia ...

Yuan Snaps Two-Day Gain on Weaker Fixing as Europe Woes Deepen
The yuan fell, snapping a two-day advance, as the central bank weakened the currency's reference rate by the most in more than two weeks and concern mounted that Europe's debt crisis will worsen. The People's Bank of China set the yuan's reference rate ...

Nationalists Risk Exacerbating South China Sea Tensions
By Shibani Mahtani and Josephine Cuneta Fishing boats set to sail for Scarborough Shoal pictured here, as part of a protest organized by former Philippine Marine captain Nicanor Faeldon, were set to sail when President Benigno Aquino III requested they ...


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