Chinese companies are now turning to the European market to raise funds as the door to the American market for initial public offerings (IPOs) is almost blocked to them.
Chinese construction machinery maker Sany Heavy Industry has obtained approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
Beijing Capital International Airport Co Ltd plans to return to the mainland stock market via an initial public offering next year, the China Securities Journal reported on Wednesday.
The ChiNext Index, tracking China's Nasdaq-style board of growth enterprises, rose 25.81 points, or 2.83 percent, to close at 936.42 on Tuesday.
China's stock index futures closed up on Tuesday with the contract for September, the most actively traded, up 1.92 percent from the previous trading day to 2,832.2 points.
Hong Kong stocks gained 388.66 points, or 1.99 percent, to close at 19,875.53 on Tuesday.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's China unit has received regulatory approval to trade gold futures on the Shanghai Futures Exchange.
China's stocks rebounded on Tuesday following consecutive fall on previous five trading days.
Shares of Great Wall Motor Co fell the most in more than two months in Hong Kong trading on Monday. The decline came after Wei Jianjun, the company's chairman, said China's largest maker of pickup trucks may not meet its 500,000-unit sales target this year.
Taikang Life Insurance Co Ltd, the country's fifth-largest life insurer, plans to have a dual listing in Hong Kong and Shanghai within three years, Chairman Chen Dongsheng said on Monday.
China's central bank will not drain funds from the money markets through 28-day bond repurchase agreements on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
XCMG Construction Machinery Co Ltd has obtained approval from the China Securities Regulatory Commission for an initial public offering in Hong Kong, Reuters reported.