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China's stock markets preview this week

07-12-2010 10:56 BJT

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The market bounced back at a comparatively low level last week. Let's take a quick preview at this week's key economic events.

On July 15th, China will unveil macro-economic data concerning the country's GDP, fixed assets investment, and the industrial added value. On the news, the stock market is expected to take responsive fluctuations.

China's banking giant AgBank is planning a dual listing in Shanghai and Hong Kong to replenish its capital base, after a lending spree last year. On the same day, AgBank is to begin its A-share trading in Shanghai. It will also begin its H-share trading a day later in Hong Kong. The bank had set its A-share price at 2.68 yuan per share last week.

Also kicking off this Tuesday, companies including Guangdong Orient Zirconic Industrial Science and Technology will begin issuing their mid-term reports. These reports will trigger a new round of market tumbles, by providing the latest performance figures of listing companies.

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