News Headline Summary

China's foreign-exchange regulator has raised the investment limit for sovereign-wealth funds and central banks investing in domestic stocks and bonds, underlining efforts to deepen the country's capital markets, according to WSJ

Analysis details (00:42)

- The State Administration of Foreign Exchange said that foreign government-linked entities may invest more than USD 1bln in China's stocks and bonds, beginning immediately, but didn't specify whether there was a limit.

17 Dec 2012 - 00:36 - Equities - Source: WSJ

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