China’s Stocks Rise to Six-Week High as Money Rates DeclineWeiyi Lim
China’s stocks rose to the highest level since October, led by steel, material and drug companies, as a drop in money-market rates eased concern of a cash squeeze before the resumption of initial public offerings next month.
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