Willem Buiter, global chief economist at Citi, expects global growth to fall by the end of next year, led by emerging markets such as China, Brazil and Russia.» Read More
Friction is rising over Beijing’s real estate policies, with some top Chinese policy advisers arguing that restrictions should be loosened to avoid an abrupt economic slowdown. The Financial Times reports.
A couple of “Fast Money” pros largely brushed aside concerns about Iran’s effect on crude oil prices Tuesday, focusing instead on decreasing demand as the stronger factor in the commodities market.
We're still not where we need to be with Europe, but things are moving in the right direction in the United States and China, says BlackRocks's Bob Doll. And he thinks cyclical stocks will benefit.
Shorting the credit of companies positioned to do badly from a Chinese slowdown has proved to be one of the hedge fund industry’s most successful trades of 2011. The Financial Times report.
China has exposed its biggest-ever case of stock market manipulation in a show of strength by the new securities regulator, who has vowed to crack down on rampant illegal trading. The Financial Times reports.
A look at how the slump in emerging market is causing a drop in commodities, and how to trade it, with the Fast Money traders.
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.
Ting Lu, China Economist of Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says China's new leaders will not initiate major structural reforms - only monetary easing - as stability remains their focus.
China’s president, Hu Jintao, on Sunday pledged an “even more active” opening up of the country’s economy and a renewed commitment to free trade as he sought to respond to concerns over apparent reform fatigue in Beijing and a deteriorating global economy. The Financial Times reports.
Luxury watches have stood the test of time in China, one of Movado's strongest markets, the company's chief executive told CNBC Friday.
Keith McCullough, CEO Hedgeye Risk Management, discusses what's happening in China and Russia, and says he's back to bullish on U.S. stocks in the intermediate term.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks at the upward move in the U.S. markets, partially due to the EU agreement. And lower gas prices bring about a rise in consumer confidence.
The popping of the Chinese real estate bubble has just begun, with the nation likely to experience the types of problems the U.S. has encountered over the past five years, hedge fund titan Jim Chanos told CNBC.
European leaders talk, China creates an investment fund - it's time for your FX Fix.
Weighing in on why China will not save Europe, Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates, who adds that China's reserve fund is not free money.
The U.S. economy may still be struggling to recover from a recession that began three years ago, but there is a silver lining. According to business consulting firm AlixPartners, a weak dollar and rising wages in China have helped U.S. manufacturers close the competitiveness gap with their Chinese counterparts for the first time since 2007.
The “Mad Money” host likes both of these names, but thinks one is a superior stock right now.
Based on the findings of hedge fund manager Jim Chanos and other experts, it seems that some sort of economic disruption, fueled by a collapse in the real estate market, is almost inevitable in China, according to TheStreet.com.
The United States is a debtor nation and will never "become a great country again until we become a rich country," Donald Trump told CNBC Thursday.
Michael Kurtz, Chief Asia Equity Strategist at Nomura, thinks that Chinese stocks will recover in the second half of the year as they respond to China's policy easing.