Red Pulse Phoenix (PHX) current price is $0.00394.

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$3.53 M $241,695899.10 M PHX

Red Pulse Phoenix (PHX) current price is $0.00394 with a marketcap of $3.53 M. Its price is -4.89% down in last 24 hours.

Red Pulse is a token on the NEO blockchain than delivers event-driven research on Chinese capital markets.
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The US Department of Commerce is issuing another 45-day extension to Huawei, allowing American carriers to sell products to or buy products from the Chinese telecom giant.

The government of the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) has announced an economic recovery plan to reduce economic losses due to the epidemic.

China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina), one of the largest state-owned refiners in the country, will cut its fuel output by approximately 100,000 barrels per day (bpd) due to weak demand amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Alibaba’s [BABA:US] e-commerce marketplace Taobao claimed to set up an RMB1bn agriculture fund, in order to help with the sale of agricultural products, as much transportation has been suspended due to the new coronavirus outbreak.

Chinese tech company Xiaomi [1810:HK] released its 2019 earnings forecast on February 13, estimating that the company’s revenue totalled RMB200bn in 2019.

China Life Insurance Group, the parent company of China Life Insurance [2628:HK], is reportedly seeking to list in Hong Kong by injecting its main assets into the subsidiary.

President Xi has warned the country’s top officials over excessive measures to control the epidemic.

German Christian Democrat Union (CDU), part of chancellor Angela Merkel’s ruling conservatives CDU/CSU coalition, issued a draft paper on 5G infrastructures, which suggests tougher rules on foreign telecom suppliers, but halts the idea of banning Huawei.

Amid the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP), China appealed member countries of the World Trade Organization (WTO) not to overreact and impose unnecessary trade restrictions on the nation.

Shanghai CBIRC issued a notice urging local financial institutions to provide financial support for the region’s enterprises to contain the epidemic and resume operations amid the Novel Coronavirus Pneumonia (NCP) outbreak.

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