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Shanghai-listed shares of Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical,which trades as Fosun International, tumbled 8 per cent by 2.15pm, reflecting the biggest drop since February, while its Hong Kong-listed arm Fosun International plunged 6.4 per cent.
A senior Fosun executive, who asked that his identity not be revealed, told the that the company is proceeding with “business as usual”, regardless of the ongoing market speculation.
“The company is in [a] very benign financial state with optimal cash flows and no default risks.
Our daily operations are normal,” according to the statement issued on Thursday evening by Wanda Commercial Properties, the real estate arm of Dalian Wanda Group.
Wanda, Fosun, Anbang, HNA and east China’s Zhejiang based Rossoneri Sport Investment -- the vehicle used by Chinese businessman Li Yonghong to acquire Italian soccer club AC Milan in April -- have been singled out for scrutiny by local banks, under a directive by the banking regulator, according to emails seen by the on Thursday.“Investors right now have to be political experts as much as valuation and financial ones - the political risk now is the highest I’ve seen in the 20 years I’ve been in China,” said Shaun Rein, founder of China consultancy Market Research Group, based in Shanghai.China experts said the latest administrative measures pointed to the Beijing’s commitment to reduce financial risks ahead of an important political meeting this autumn.“China has recently taken a series of moves with strong financial impact - restricting outbound capital flows, enacting de-leveraging policies, removing former CIRC Director Xiang Junbo, questioning Anbang CEO Wu Xiaohui, assessing commercial bank exposure to outbound mergers and acquisitions,” said Brock Silvers, managing director at Shanghai-based investment advisory Kaiyuan Capital.“While these policies may individually discomfort casual market observers, they collectively reflect Beijing’s long-awaited attempt to address systemic economic risks.