China's stock market is down 15 percent in July, but that doesn't mean it's the start of a broader Chinese economic collapse.» Read More
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Following whirlwind negotiations through the close of Asian markets Monday, Bank of America has sold about half its 10 percent stake in China Construction Bank to a handful of sovereign-wealth funds and institutions in the U.S. and Asia, $8.3 billion before taxes.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may be willing and able to provide more monetary stimulus for the U.S. economy, but the more effective medicine—fiscal aid out of Washington—isn’t in the wings, say economists.
A six-second clip on Chinese state television has provided a rare glimpse into purported cyber hacking attacks launched by the country's military, despite long-standing official denials that the government engages in such activity.
A fresh recovery is driven by a combination of changing asset allocations at Western institutional investors, who are rethinking their attitudes to alternative asset classes and emerging markets.
China has long used access to its giant customer base and cheap labor as bargaining chips to persuade foreign companies to open factories within the nation’s borders. Now it is using its near monopoly on certain raw materials to make it difficult for foreign high-tech manufacturers to build or expand factories anywhere except China. The New York Times reports.
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Market turmoil in Europe and the U.S. may have made financial institutions in Asia—particularly China—even more attractive sources of credit for Latin American banks.
The seemingly inexorable rise in the price of gold, with record highs scaled on an almost weekly basis, has led some analysts to talk of a bubble forming.
Growth within the beer industry depends on an 'equation' of factors which are more present in developing markets than in Europe and the US, Heineken CEO Jean Francois van Boxmeer told CNBC after the beer firm posted disappointing first half results.
Despite China's Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) data indicating that growth is cooling in the world's second-largest economy, one expert sees no slowdown and says fixed asset investment continues to be extremely strong in the country.
China has reached yet another milestone in its rise as a consumer of technology by becoming the biggest market for personal computers. The New York Times reports.
Warren Buffett's bet on a Chinese electric car maker has been coming back to earth, dropping about $2 billion in value from its peak of almost $2.5 billion in October of 2009. It's not, however, a total loss. Berkshire Hathaway's 10 percent stake in BYD is still worth around $460 million, double the $230 million it paid in September, 2008. Could Buffett go all-in?
The Fast Money traders weigh in on QE3 speculation, and the play on banks, and Fred Cannon, KBW with a look at financial institutions.
Companies face a scramble to hire talented executives with Chinese experience to join their boards as the focus of UK business shifts increasingly towards the east, the FT reports.
If the global economy is faced with another full-scale financial crisis in the next three months, Chinese stocks could plunge to their lows of 2008, says UBS's China Strategist. But if a recession is avoided, John Tang believes Chinese stocks might have already hit bottom.
Beijing appears to be rethinking its singular focus on electric vehicles to reduce fuel consumption and improve air quality as it becomes increasingly clear that its targets for mass-producing electric vehicles in China are unrealistic. The FT reports.
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Traders in the City of London, one of the financial districts of the UK capital, see a market environment where trust has all but evaporated and the best course of action is often to do absolutely nothing.