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BlackRock said when Chinese shares are fully included in MSCI indices, more than $400 billion could flow into the country versus the tens of billions now.
Fitness franchise Anytime Fitness aims to open up to 500 gyms in China in the coming years.
Dave Mortensen from Anytime Fitness lays out the reasons why he believes the company will succeed in China where others have failed.
China is sending a “remarkably strong signal” about stemming capital outflows by going after big companies, said the IMF’s China ex-chief.
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.
Chinese growth will accelerate because it'll finally get leaders who aren't scared, said a former advisor to China's central bank on Wednesday.
Technology companies have "more substance" now compared to the dotcom boom, said Thomas Finke, the chairman and CEO of Barings.
India's wealthy are less shy of talking money, taking risks and confronting sensitive legacy issues. Family offices step in.
An irked President Trump is now considering trade actions against Beijing.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets.
An irked President Trump is considering trade actions against Beijing.
Mike Pence on Tuesday hailed a first meeting between Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "historic and productive.
A Chinese premier portrayed his country as deeply committed to a continued opening up to international competition
Steel stocks climbed Tuesday amid reports the Trump administration could soon impose tariffs on foreign steel companies.
Global food security depends on trade in four staple crops whose output is concentrated in a handful of exporting nations, Financial Times reports.
The image of the United States has deteriorated sharply across the globe under President Donald Trump.