China's stock index futures closed up Thursday with the contract for March, the most actively traded, up 0.52 percent from the previous trading day to 3,193.2 points.
Chinese shares closed higher Thursday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 15.97 points, or 0.56 percent, to 2,878.60.
China will issue 28 billion yuan ($4.25 billion) of book-entry treasury bonds and 60 billion yuan ($9.12 billion) of certificate treasury bonds in the coming days, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland rose, with the benchmark index climbing from the biggest loss in a month, as investors sought gold and healthcare companies as a hedge against inflation after violence escalated in Libya.
The value of Chinese currency, the yuan, strengthened against US dollars Thursday.
The ChiNext Index, launched by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SSE) on June 1, 2010, rose 25.79 points, or 2.73 percent, to 1,114.05 Wednesday.
China's stock index futures closed down Wednesday with the contract for March, the most actively traded, down 0.45 percent from the previous trading day to 3,175.2 points.
Chinese shares closed higher Wednesday with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index up 7.12 points, or 0.25 percent, to 2,862.63.
Stocks on the Chinese mainland fell the most in a month as worsening violence in oil-producing Libya and surging energy prices fanned concerns that inflation will accelerate and force the government to adopt more tightening measures.
Brazilian and Chinese stock market representatives participated on Tuesday in the first Brazil-China Capital Markets Forum, in Sao Paulo, to seek joint business opportunities in the sector.
The value of Chinese currency, the yuan, weakened against US dollars Wednesday.
Hong Kong stocks fell 494.61 points, or 2.11 percent, to close at 22,990.81 on Tuesday.