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Rising stock indexes ‘sign of reform success’
    2017-August-17  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE Shanghai and Shenzhen stock indexes are showing a steady rise in value amid lower market volatility, an indication of the success of government efforts to guard against financial risk, China’s securities regulator said.

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said in a statement Tuesday that stable growth of the main indexes, lower volatility, more reasonable market valuation structures and a strengthening of the stability of market operations had helped to “realize the stable operation of capital markets.”

Steady growth of the main indexes “is a full reflection of the stable growth of the macroeconomy and the significant results of supply-side structural reform,” the statement said.

It noted that blue-chip indexes in China have outpaced their international peers in the past seven months.

The CSI300 index has gained 12 percent this year, as of Tuesday’s market close. The S&P 500 has gained 10.1 percent.

Liu Shiyu, chairman of the CSRC, told a news conference in Beijing in February that the securities regulator will focus on stable development of the capital markets this year.

The CSRC has turned its sights on controlling risks in financial markets as speculative activity and leverage in the economy rise, vowing to clear out “abnormal phenomena” from capital markets.

Liu, who was appointed CSRC chairman in early 2016, said that balancing the needs for stability and progress were crucial, especially in managing the primary market.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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