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Morgan Stanley China A Share Fund, Inc. (CAF)


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18.26-0.22 (-1.19%)
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Previous Close18.48
Open18.45
Bid15.00 x 100
Ask18.25 x 400
Day's Range18.13 - 18.50
52 Week Range14.05 - 28.40
Volume125,683
Avg. Volume122,640
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  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Japan watchdog recommends $1.9 mln fine for Morgan Stanley MUFG

    Japan's market watchdog on Tuesday recommended fining Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities Co Ltd for alleged market manipulation related to shares of railway operator Seibu Holdings Inc. The Securities and ...

  • Reuters21 hours ago

    Morgan Stanley's commodities head swaps swagger for small and smart

    Nancy King, global head of commodities trading at Morgan Stanley, has spent the last few years remodeling what used to be one of the most profitable units on Wall Street, by downsizing and focusing on smaller, smart trades for customers instead of the big, risky bets it used to make on its own account. The shift in strategy, which has cut the size of Morgan Stanley's commodities business by roughly two thirds, was largely forced on the bank by post-financial crisis regulations that banned banks from using their own money on potentially risky speculation, and increased capital requirements. Morgan Stanley's former crown jewel - built up from the 1990s into a swaggering unit specializing in big bets - has been hemmed in by regulations that have eaten into profits.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Morgan Stanley Toughens Some Pay Hurdles for Brokers

    Some Morgan Stanley brokers will see pay cuts next year unless they boost the fees and commissions they collect, a move that comes as part of the bank’s broader efforts to rein in costs.