Pulp futures endured a dismal
trading debut on the Shanghai Futures Exchange (ShFE) on Tuesday
as a combination of weak demand and high inventory levels caused
prices to plunge by the maximum permitted 10 percent.
China's financial regulators on
Tuesday released broad guidelines on new rules aimed at
tightening supervision of financial institutions that are deemed
"too big to fail", the latest step by Beijing to fend off
systemic financial risks.