3:01 AM ET - MarketWatch
HONG KONG (MarketWatch) -- The Chinese capital market regulator was likely to resume approving initial public offerings by the end of July, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing sources. Yao Gang, vice chairman at China Securities Regulatory Commission, told brokerages that "it is almost certain" that the IPO approvals would resume by the end of July, the report said, citing sources who attended the meeting. The regulator had frozen the IPO market in October as part of efforts to improve the quality of listings.
6/14/2013 - MarketWatch
Shares of SolarCity rose 8% in premarket trade on Friday, helped by an upgrade to outperform from neutral by Credit Suisse, which has a price target of $52 for the stock. The company, based in San Mateo, Calif., installs and manages rooftop solar panels. SolarCity's shares are up 185% in 2013 to date as of Thursday's close, which was just above $34. Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk is a major shareholder in SolarCity, which had its IPO in December.
6/12/2013 - MarketWatch
Tech giant rallies after upbeat comments from CEO Whitman. Rambus rises in wake of settlement with Hynix