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Discussing China's market collapse in 2015, and what to look forward to this year, with Donald Straszheim, head of China research at Evercore ISI.
John Rutledge, SAFANAD, and Leland Miller, China Beige Book International, provide perspective on China's foggy future. People need to separate what's happening in the stock market from the real economy, says Miller. The Chinese government is entering a new phase of the slowdown.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on trading activity in China after the PBoC injects $20 billion to stabilize its stock market.
China’s economy remains one of the “greatest unknowns” as we enter 2016 for investors, says Edmund Shing, global head of equity derivative strategy at BNP Paribas.
James Barty, European equity strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, discusses investor strategies when it comes to China’s market volatility.
Robin Bew, CEO of The Economist Intelligence Unit, discusses the Chinese economy and a weaker yuan.
Will Ballard, head of emerging market & Asia Pacific equities at Aviva Investors, says the outlook for China has been tough.
Kieran Calder, Asian head of equities at Coutts, says the firm has a short-term defensive play for Chinese stocks in sectors including insurance and infrastructure.
China's property sector has long spurred fears it's a bubble waiting to pop, but Singapore-based developer CapitaLand is sticking with its bets there.
Challenges lie ahead for the ASEAN Economic Communityy (AEC) due to the diversity of member nations and their economies, says Tan Bin Eng, ASEAN government and public sector tax leader at EY.
Brendan Ahurns, CIO at the China-focused ETF firm KraneShares, discusses what triggered China's selloff.
Matthews Asia Investment Strategist Andy Rothman tempers fears around the Chinese economy after markets sold off.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President and CEO John Williams, shares his view of the U.S. economy versus around the world. He sees a divergence within the U.S. economy.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President and CEO John Williams sees a pivot in China away from manufacturing, towards consumer spending.
The introduction of China’s ‘circuit breaker’ tool spooked markets on Monday, says Christian Gattiker, chief strategist and head of research at Julius Baer, who discusses market behavior.
Martina Bozadzhieva, head of EMEA research at Frontier Strategy Group, says concerns about China's economy were not alleviated last year and the market is watching whether the Chinese government can sort out problems.
Kunal Ghosh, EM portfolio manager at Allianz Global Investors, says China's shift towards a services-oriented economy will take time.
The Caixin PMI came in weaker than expected, spurring fresh fears over China's economic growth and sending markets around the region lower.
As markets reopen for the first week of 2016, investor focus in Asia will be on China for clues of how the economy will fare after a tumultuous year.
Singapore grew a surprise 5.7 percent on-quarter on an annualized basis in the final three months of 2015, but a more tepid 2.1 percent for 2015.
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