Activist David Webb, who highlighted vulnerabilities in some Hong Kong small-cap shares, said the rout showed regulators failed investors.
Several Hong Kong-listed small cap stocks fell more than 90 percent on Tuesday. David Webb, editor of Webb-site.com, weighs in on what triggered the fall.
Fitness franchise Anytime Fitness aims to open up to 500 gyms in China in the coming years.
China is sending a “remarkably strong signal” about stemming capital outflows by going after big companies, said the IMF’s China ex-chief.
The Fed might be taking a hawkish slant, but the markets don't seem convinced because of weaker data coming out of the U.S., says Todd Elmer, Citi.
Health-care is one sector not to be invested in if price controls over medication are introduced, says Hilary Kramer from A&G Capital Research.
Dave Mortensen from Anytime Fitness lays out the reasons why he believes the company will succeed in China where others have failed.
Eswar Prasad, Cornell University, says the Chinese government's latest crackdown is a signal that it intends to maintain tight control of its capital account.
Emerging markets have outperformed as fears over trade wars haven't materialized, says Anthony Cragg, Wells Fargo Asset Management.
Susquehanna Financial Group's Mehdi Hosseini says Toshiba still has to sort out its legal entanglements with Western Digital before any deal proceeds.
Markets will be stuck in a range until changes in areas such as taxes and infrastructure spending take effect, cautions Robert Pavlik from Boston Private.
Thomas Finke, chairman and CEO of Barings, weighs in on the U.S. banking sector post-crisis and the rescue of two regional banks in Italy by authorities.
Trump will change his tune on the environment in a few years as clean tech generates more jobs, says Andre Borschberg, co-founder and CEO of Solar Impulse.
Kelvin Chan of East West Bank weighs in on regulation on overseas deals in China and says he's still bullish on outbound investments in the long-term.
U.S. markets have soared despite the anti-free trade rhetoric adopted by the government, but that could be coming to an end, says Robert Horrocks, Matthews Asia.
Sovereign wealth funds are investing in tech start-ups to import cutting-edge technology back home, says Michael Maduell, Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute.
The weighting of mainland Chinese stocks might be small, but the direction of the change is more important, says Colin Graham, BNP Paribas Asset Management.
While there were "potential irritants" between the countries, the meeting appears to have been positive, says Anil Gupta, University of Maryland.
Edward Dempsey, Pension Partners, says EMs have gained around 20 percent and have more room to run to unwind their underperformance relative to U.S. markets.
The U.S. and India are likely to aim for easy wins at a meeting between the countries' leaders this week, analysts said Monday.