Bolsas de China en caida libre

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Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor jopi » 08 Jul 2015 08:00

"China companies rush to suspend their shares; 40% of all stocks now in halt"

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/china-companies-rush-to-suspend-their-shares-40-all-stocks-now-in-halt-2015-07-08?link=MW_home_latest_news

HONG KONG (MarketWatch) — As Chinese stocks took another sharp turn lower Wednesday, more listed companies rushed to halt trading in their shares, with more than 40% of the country’s stocks suspended by the time the session started, according to various media reports.

More than 1,200 listed Chinese companies had their stocks in trading halt by Wednesday, accounting for well above 40% of the entire pool of 2,808 issues, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported, citing data as of midnight Tuesday from cninfo.com, the market information site sanctioned by China’s securities regulator.

It marked the largest wave of trading halts in the history of China’s equity markets, the report said.

Many of the companies didn’t disclose the reasons behind their trading suspensions, though some cited the consideration of unspecified significant events, asset restructuring, or private share placements, according to various recent reports.

The Southern Metropolis report, as well as other recent commentary, said many of the halts were likely meant to protect the shares from the ongoing selloff in Chinese markets, although a previous Reuters report said that the companies would face fines if they were discovered to have requested trading suspensions without good reason.

In some cases, large shareholders who had pledged stocks as collateral may have also requested stock suspensions for the relevant names to prevent the risk of an account liquidation, the Southern Metropolis Daily said.

But with an ever-larger number of companies seeking to pull their stocks from active trade, the exchanges may begin refusing some requests, if only because they are “too busy to attend to all” of them, the newspaper quoted an unnamed source close to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange as saying.

By the midday break Wednesday, the Shanghai Composite Index SHCOMP, -4.55% had fallen 3.9%, moving off of an 8.2% loss earlier in the morning. For the week to date, it was down 2.8%, with a month-to-date loss of more than 16%. The plunge also dragged down the Hong Kong market, where many of the same Chinese companies also list, with the Hang Seng Index HSI, -4.40% down 4.3% late in the morning session.

The heavy losses came despite a rare pledge early Wednesday by the People’s Bank of China that it would closely monitor stock movements and continue to use various means to support the state-backed margin-finance entity — China Securities Finance Corp. (CSF) — in order to protect market stability.

The central bank’s statement marked the latest in a slate of measures in recent days to support the equity market, including the purchase of shares and the easing of margin-lending rules.

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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 08 Jul 2015 09:55

Te me has adelantado Jopi, lo iba a comentar
El bajonazo no obstante viene de una subida este año muy fuerte pero parece ser que fue motivado por el gobierno y ahora mismo la bolsa china puede ser un gigante de pies de barro. Aquí lo cuenta Lacalle:

http://blogs.elconfidencial.com/mercado ... na_916185/

La verdad es q se lleva mucho tiempo hablando de la burbuja China pero ya si parece que se les está "viendo el cartón"

Como efecto colateral veo que la de Hong Kong también está de culo (si os acordáis de la envasadora de salchichas Shenguan, esta un 70xc abajo de cuando entro Bestinver hace un año) y las empresas y países relacionados con materias primas hundiéndose como AZIA, Arcelor Mittal, VALE y por supuesto mineras...

Pues se esta poniendo interesar el tema pero yo creo que hay que esperar que como el petróleo a está caída le queda un rato.

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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor Vigilantexx » 09 Jul 2015 06:09

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/j ... six-months

Que bueno, el mejor método para q la bolsa suba si o si!

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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor jopi » 09 Jul 2015 07:22

Chinese stocks bounce following report local police may arrest short sellers


short seller arrest threats pushed SHCOMP up 1%; threatening sellers with public execution should be good for at least 5%


https://twitter.com/zerohedge/status/618967565956681729

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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor girado007 » 09 Jul 2015 11:26

La gráfica del índice es la típica de burbuja, tanto en subida como en bajada. Las búsquedas en google se han disparado. El gobierno, demasiadas acciones extremas para los buenos datos macro que tienen. En mi opinión, rebote del gato muerto y hard landing.

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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor Dalamar » 10 Jul 2015 22:25

Mobius, le quita hierro al asunto y dice que es una oportunidad de compra y que el suelo esta cercano!

http://mobius.blog.franklintempleton.co ... -downturn/
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Re: Bolsas de China en caida libre

Mensajepor Dalamar » 11 Jul 2015 04:48

El gobierno Chino todo lo hace por la fuerza!

No habran pensado que haciendo eso van a acojonar un poco al personal? A lo mejor la gente se lo piensa antes de volver a comprar la proxima vez!

China amenaza con arrestar a los que vendan acciones
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