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  • Why China's official PMI figure is 'no big deal'

    Peter Morici, Professor at University of Maryland explains why China's better-than-expected official PMI figure of 50.3 isn't statistically significant.

  • Hang Lung Properties' optimism about China

    Ronnie Chan, Chairman of Hang Lung Properties is not worried about the company's first half sales numbers, saying they will be able to fund projects in China regardless of sales in Hong Kong. He talks about Hong Kong's property controls and China's clampdown on luxury spending.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: Chinese PMI data

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.

  • The Making of China's Tinseltown

    Bruno Wu, Chairman & CEO, Seven Stars Media talks about his plans to develop China's movie industry.

  • Confidence in Asia dips: YPO's July CEO Survey

    David Spencer, Member of the Board of Directors at Asia Pacific Investment Partners highlights July's findings of the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO) recent survey.

  • 4 top market themes: Strategist

    Four themes will provide the next leg of the four-year stock market rally, Savita Subramanian says.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: Q2 GDP & the Fed

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.

  • China still a big concern

    Jim O'Neill, former Goldman Sachs Asset Management chairman, discusses why he thinks China is at risk for further economic slowdown and how the Fed's tapering program will likely impact global markets.

  • Top picks in China's internet sector

    Kevin Chen, Contributing Analyst to the Motley Fool describes China's rapidly expanding games industry and explains why he is bullish on game developer Changyou.

  • Sohu.com earnings beat, but revenue misses

    Charles Zhang, CEO of Sohu.com, discusses the company's latest set of quarterly earnings.

  • Dennis Gartman, editor and publisher of The Gartman Letter

    There's a clear trade suggested by chart action in gold and copper, Dennis Gartman says.

  • Commodities Tomorrow:

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities market. Crude finished the day down on concerns over tomorrow's Fed meeting. And natural gas prices hit their lowest level since March 1st.

  • Watch out for China bubble bust?

    Patrick Wolff of Grandmaster Capital makes a bear case for Chinese investing and explains why, right now, the U.S. is the safest place to invest your money.

  • Consumer confidence could slow in China: economist

    Venkatesh Bala, chief economist at The Cambridge Group, tells CNBC that consumer confidence in Asia is generally high but starting to tick down in some places.

  • China's debt is manageable: Pro

    Eddie Tam, CEO at Central Asset Investments explains why he isn't concerned about China's total government debt.

  • China railway construction, the top pick: Pro

    Patrick Xu, Infrastructure & Transportation Analyst, Asia Ex-Japan at Barclays, explains how Chinese railway stocks are set to benefit from Beijing's increased investment in the sector.

  • Chinese Market Attractive To Get Into?

    Kerry Series, Founder & CIO at Eight Investment Partners says that debt is one of the main reasons that has driven the Chinese market to low valuations. But it remains an attractive opportunity for investors to get into the market.

  • Open to strategic acquisitions: Vish Iyer

    Vish Iyer, President of TCS Asia Pacific says the company is looking to expand footprint in China and is keeping an eye out for acquisitions that boost growth.

  • Steer clear of China equities for now: Pro

    Hartmut Issel, Head of Wealth Management Research Singapore at UBS explains why he remains bullish on U.S. high yield and bearish on China over the next six months.

  • A container ship berths in Qingdao port, east China's Shandong province.

    The European Commission said on Saturday it had agreed a deal to resolve a dispute over alleged Chinese dumping of solar panels in Europe.