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The Chinese stock market crash's effect on the country's consumers should be front and center for investors, Allianz Global Investors' CEO says.
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With the outlook for China shares still hazy, we take a look at how top international banks are reading the latest market developments.
That China stock crashing in your portfolio? You don't actually own it, but you still may suffer.
With China's stock market meltdown now into its fourth week, what does this mean for gold demand out of the world's second largest consumer of the precious metal?
Crowdfunding is going mainstream, with Singapore-based CoAssets joining Australia's junior market to bring its investment model to a bigger audience.
The renminbi—one of the world's most tightly controlled currencies—may be hit by significant weakness, with predictions that Beijing will stand down from its interventionist stance.
China consumer prices picked up moderately in June, however wholesale prices remained entrenched in deflation, a sign of continued slack in the world's second largest economy.
Japan's May core machinery orders unexpectedly grew for a third month, reaching a seven-year high and adding to evidence of a pickup in business spending.
Four key features of the Shanghai Composite have exacerbated its plunge, pushing it toward the longer-term consolidation area between 3000 and 3400.
Prior to the Chinese stock plunge, some analysts attributed the rally to the diminishing attractiveness of real estate as an investment product.
The Chinese rich are learning the lesson that the U.S. learned in 2000—what the market giveth, the market may also taketh away.
The dramatic plunge in Chinese equity prices has hit base metals hard, with prices subdued after Tuesday's tumble.
China banned shareholders with stakes larger than 5 percent from selling shares for the next six months in a bid to halt a plunge in stock prices.
As the debt crisis escalates, Australia is experiencing its biggest influx of Greek migrants since the boom post World War II.
China's retail investors - a group that makes up around 80 percent of the market - appear to have already lost heart in equities.
AirAsia's Indonesian unit faces turbulence after the country took the unusual step of ordering it to raise as much as $225 million in funding quickly.
Major East Asian economies continue to stand out in a world where developed countries are struggling with high unemployment and a virtual stagnation.
China's move to curb IPOs could endanger nearly $32B billion worth of go-private deals announced this year by Chinese companies planning to drop their U.S. listings.
Ferrari launched its latest 488 GTB supercar. Touted as the new "benchmark" for the luxury sports car sector - in the wealthy city-state on Wednesday.
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Simon Warner, head of fixed income at AMP Capital, explains why contingent convertible (CoCo) bonds are very risky.
China's market is likely to follow the trend but to a lesser degree, says Daniel So, strategist at CMB International Securities.