Joe Magyer, senior analyst at The Motley Fool, explains why he describes Beijing's recent policy support moves as "trying to fight off a hangover by taking more drinks."» Read More
CARACAS, Sept 1- Venezuela and China have signed a deal for a $5 billion loan designed to increase the OPEC country's oil production, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said. A source at Venezuelan state-run oil company PDVSA told Reuters in March that China was set to extend a "special" $5 billion loan that would likely stipulate hiring Chinese companies to...
*Weak U.S. manufacturing survey follows downbeat China figures. *China equities performance, Beijing policies in the spotlight. TOKYO, Sept 2- Asian shares got off on the back foot on Wednesday after weak manufacturing activity reports from both the U.S. and China sent Wall Street reeling, while the dollar steadied after steep losses.
Wall Street could be in for another rocky ride Wednesday.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing which stocks can withstand pressure from China.
David Riedel, president & founder at Riedel Research Group, says Beijing's recent double policy easing requires time to take effect, likely in fourth quarter.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts and spoke with a technician who could see rosy days ahead for black gold.
Jim Cramer provides his perspective on why the U.S. is not ready for a rate hike right now.
We have what traders call "degrossing," where participants are simply taking down overall exposure a bit.
U.S. stock futures opened Tuesday evening trading slightly negative, implying a roughly flat open based on fair value.
*Looser lending rules seen as challenge to World Bank, ADB. *World Bank, ADB, play down talk of rivalry with newcomer. BEIJING, Sept 2- China's new international development bank will offer loans with fewer strings attached than the World Bank, sources said, as Beijing seeks to change the unwritten rules of global development finance.
ULAANBAATAR, Sept 2- Balchig Baljinnyam, a small-time farmer in central Mongolia, is busy building a shelter for his dairy cows ahead of what is expected to be the most brutal winter in years. It will be a double whammy for Mongolia this year. In 2009-2010, Mongolia lost 20 percent of its livestock to the dzud, the World Bank estimates.
*China eased capital rules for foreign property investments. HONG KONG/ LONDON Sept 2- For foreign investors, Beijing's decision to make it easier for them to invest in Chinese real estate is on the right track but has come at the wrong time. "Potential foreign buyers will likely be concerned about the subdued China economic outlook and a softish renminbi," said...
Andrew Browne, Wall Street Journal, provides insight into what's happening in China regarding the government crackdown on the markets.
John Mauldin, Mauldin Economics, discusses China's ripple effect and says China is not a currency manipulator.
Active fund managers took a beating in the last few years but history shows now is a good time to get active again, says this investment chief.
Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, says "more is yet to come" while analyzing China's affect on U.S. markets with the Closing Bell panel.
Stocks are deep in the red today and China is the main culprit. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the latest developments.
Major Chinese brokerages stepped up their contributions to support the stock market, according to filings on the Shanghai Stock Exchange website.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
John Bussey, Wall Street Journal, says Macau's slowdown is a good indicator of how everyone is just "hunkering down" and that the situation in China is going to last longer.