Chinese stocks posted their steepest weekly loss in a month, as slowing growth in home prices dragged down smaller real-estate companies and China Merchants Property Development Co. reported a drop in profit.
MSCI Inc. may add China’s domestic shares to its emerging-markets index this year for implementation in 2015, according to Fortune SG Fund Management Co., a Societe Generale Group and Baosteel Group joint venture.
Consolidation may cut the number of wind turbine makers in China, the world’s largest wind market, by two thirds in the next five years as oversupply pressures grow, according to an industry association.
Chinese stocks trading in New York rose, posting their second weekly gain, on speculation the government will take additional steps to stimulate the economy. Weibo Corp. climbed 19 percent in its trading debut.