China will closely monitor risks in some financial products brought on by turbulence in global commodity markets, the state council’s financial stability committee said after a meeting chaired by Vice Premier Liu He, according to the Chinese government’s website.

The state-controlled Bank of China (BoC) is facing investor anger over heavy losses last month on an oil-related investment product after an unprecedented crash in energy markets.

China to monitor risks caused by global commodities turbulence.

The committee called for increased awareness and management of risk, the prevention of spill-over effects, the respect of contracts, clarity of responsibility and protection of investors’ rights, according to the statement.​