There is one reason to be bullish on China despite its recent downturn, Andres Garcia-Amaya said.» Read More
With the S&P up 30% since last October, billionaire investor Jim Rogers reveals what he sees driving the market.
Burberry's profit warning signals a broader problem for the luxury market: China's slowdown.
Like the persistent haze over the Chinese city of Tianjin's skyline, fears for the state of the global economy are looming over the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of New Champions in China.
China’s leader-in-waiting, Xi Jinping, has been missing from official engagements for days, sparking speculation over possible reasons behind his absence and what it could mean ahead of a key leadership change. Still, all the hype over Xi’s disappearance may be overblown, say some China watchers.
The Australian dollar's prospects are brighter than many think, this strategist says - but there's a better game in town.
Miss the stock market rally? No worries. This strategist has a currency play on the market's rise.
The latest signs of weakness in China’s economy have raised the risk of Beijing missing its growth target for 2012 – something that has not happened in 14 years. This, however, could push policymakers - so far reluctant to come up with a 2008-style bumper stimulus package - to do more to bolster the flagging economy, say analysts.
China’s downturn is spreading to the sectors and companies that were expected to withstand the slowdown and drive growth in the region. The FT reports.
The August jobs report was lousy, but as Cramer points out, it wasn’t the only thing investors were looking at.
The most effective jobs program appears to be to convince working-aged adults they don’t need a job.
China’s stock market soared on Friday, lifted higher by a double dose of good news both at home and abroad, but the rally of 4 percent is unlikely to mark the start of a turnaround for beaten-down Chinese shares, analysts tell CNBC.
The United States is suddenly competing for influence over its most stalwart ally in the Middle East, the Global Post reports.
Prices for luxury goods in China have slowed to their lowest rate since the depths of the financial crisis in 2009.
Most Americans assume that their property insurance covers the full replacement cost of their home. Not necessarily. Check out these dos and don'ts.
The municipal government of Guangzhou, a sprawling metropolis that is one of China’s biggest auto manufacturing centers, introduced license plate auctions and lotteries last week that will roughly halve the number of new cars on the streets. The NYT Reports.
Nicholas Consonery, China Analyst, Eurasia Group discusses Hillary Clinton's visit to China in detail.
A series of unrelated traffic accidents from Bangkok to Beijing has caused vociferous debate about equal justice for rich and poor citizens in Asia.
State-controlled Chinese Aluminum giant Chalco's decision to drop its bid for SouthGobi Resources could actually push the Mongolia-focused coal producer's share price higher, according to one commodities expert.
With the summer break over in Europe, key economic data, political developments and central bank action could bring further disappointment.
On August 21, a Chinese fisherman caught a rare fish worth over $475,000. As impressive a haul as that is, it didn’t represent the highest known payday for something caught from the sea.