China Bans Stock Sales by Major Shareholders for Six Months

China’s securities regulator banned major shareholders, corporate executives and directors from selling stakes in listed companies for six months, its latest effort to stop the nation’s $3.5 trillion stock-market rout. Investors with stakes exceeding 5 percent must maintain their positions, the China Securities Regulatory Commission said in a statement. The rule is intended to guard…

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Low Interest Rates Are Threat to Pension Funds, Life Insurers, Says OECD

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned on Wednesday that prolonged low interest rates fueled by central banks’ quantitative easing pose a serious threat to the solvency of pension funds and life insurers that could send ripples through the global financial system. As interest rates are expected to stay low for an extended period,…

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