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E-MINI S&P (Z2): Trading Above Last Week’s Low


W/C 7 November, 2022


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BTP TECHS: (Z2) Trading Closer To Its Recent Lows


Approaching The 50-Day EMA

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     BEIJING (MNI) - The following lists highlights from Chinese press reports
on Monday: 
     Regulators in China should tolerate an increase in non-performing loans as
services companies deal with the impact of the coronavirus, according to a
commentary on the front page of the Economic Information Daily. Citing the
impact on companies across retailing and wholesaling, and in sectors such as
hotels and restaurants, the commentary says regulators should adjust assessment
indicators and encourage institutions to funnel resources to companies
participating in epidemic prevention or those impacted by the epidemic.
     More than 80% of China's listed companies are expected to resume operations
this week after the extended break caused by the coronavirus epidemic, according
to Liu Zhe, deputy head of the Wanb Institute as reported by the China
Securities Journal. The Journal report also cited Zhang Yu, the chief
macroeconomic analyst with Huachuang Securities, who said many companies were
still facing supply chain and transport disruptions, and also a shortage of
workers and a dearth of virus protection equipment such as masks.
     China's Ministry of Transport has urged local authorities to resume or
commence the construction of highway and water carriage projects as a way to
stabilize economic growth, according to a report in the Shanghai Securities
News. The report cites a statement from the ministry, which says that with the
exception of Hubei province and some other areas severely affected by the
epidemic, local authorities should resume construction before February 20.
--MNI Beijing Bureau; +86 (10) 8532-5998; email:
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