Tianhe investors sell first, ask questions later

October 9, 2014

Shares in the Chinese chemical group plunged as much as 45 percent when they resumed trading after anonymous fraud allegations. Despite the company’s rebuttal, some mud has stuck. Existing shareholders may have to reach into their pockets to restore confidence.

Chinese short-selling will be no bear’s picnic

By Wei Gu
January 25, 2010

Hedge funds watching China's markets are licking their lips at what they see as the best shorting opportunity since Enron. But while plans to allow short-selling are imminent, this won't be a bear's picnic. Beijing's plans to allow two-way equity bets will give foreigners little chance. Borrowing individual stocks will be tricky, even for locals.