China warrants likely soon


The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) is expected to issue new regulations on warrants soon. Bankers say the first warrants are likely to be company warrants issued on non-tradable shares in the near future. Meanwhile, the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) has put forth a draft plan for the resumption of warrant trading that was outlined in a draft document. Warrants were launched in China in the early 1990s, but were banned in 1996 due to speculative trading.

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