China's stock index futures closed mixed Monday with the contract for May, the most actively traded, up 0.76 percent to end at 2,918 points from the previous trading day.
Chinese shares rebounded Monday after dropping to an eight-month low on the previous close.
As much as three trillion yuan has vanished in China's capital market since Jan 11, when the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index reached the highest level of this year, the Shanghai Securities News reported today.
The ChiNext stock market was down Monday as only 6 of the 79 stocks at China's start-up board for small and medium-sized enterprises were up, while one stock was suspended from trading.
Chinese property stocks may face further decline amid short-lived rallies despite the current low valuations created by tough government policies, analysts said.
China's stocks fell, sending the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index to an eight-month low, as concern Europe's debt crisis will halt the global recovery spurred the biggest drop in US equities in a year.
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and Bank of China (BOC), the country's first- and third-largest lenders by market value, may be considering tweaking their fund-raising plans by offering A- and H-share rights issues instead of convertible bonds in Shanghai, according to sources familiar with the matter on Friday.
Chinese iron ore producer China Tian Yuan Mining Ltd postponed its $450 million Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO) on Friday, a day after Swire Pacific called off its planned $2.7 billion property IPO due to global market turmoil.
Hong Kong stocks fell 213.12 points, or 1.06 percent, to close at 19,920.29 on Friday.
Chinese iron ore producer China Tian Yuan Mining Ltd postponed its $450 million Hong Kong IPO on Friday, a day after Swire Pacific called off its planned $2.7 billion property IPO due to global market turmoil.
China's stock index futures fell Friday with the contract for May, the most actively traded, down 2.52 percent to end at 2,897.6 points from the previous trading day.