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15/04/2015

China and Hong Kong May Relax Stock-Connect Rules

Filed under: riflessioni — Paolo Porsia @ 7:45 PM

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Changes could make it easier for funds to come in and out of the mainland

The Hong Kong exchange flag, with its large X, outside the city's Stock Exchange buildings; rules changes may make it easier for mainland investors to buy Hong Kong shares.  
The Hong Kong exchange flag, with its large X, outside the city’s Stock Exchange buildings; rules changes may make it easier for mainland investors to buy Hong Kong shares. Photo: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg News
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By Lingling Wei in Beijing and Gregor Stuart Hunter in Hong Kong
The Wall Street Journal
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Regulators from China and Hong Kong are considering loosening rules that have blocked small mainland investors from putting their cash in the Hong Kong stock market, marking another step in Beijing’s plan to make it easier for funds to flow in and out of the country.

The potential changes, which would relax the requirement that mainland investors have 500,000 yuan (about $80,000) on account to qualify for the trading program linking the Shanghai and Hong Kong stock markets, could give another jolt…

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