Marc Faber, editor and publisher of the Gloom, Boom & Doom report, says China's economy is much, much worse than official statistics suggest.
Zhao Yang, China chief economist at Nomura, and Mark Grant, MD and chief fixed income strategist at Hilltop Securities, discuss their expectations for China's GDP figures.
Chinese citizens are really worried about a potential hard landing in the economy, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
China's macro data show small changes, but there is a wider performance variance in different cities and sectors says Xiao Geng, professor of practice at the University of Hong Kong.
China's statistics are designed to project a perception, they're not accurate, says Andy Xie, an independent economist.
It's a positive that China's chief stock regulator appears to be taking responsibility for an error of judgement, remarks Richard Harris, chief executive at Port Shelter Investment Management.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics, says China's official 2015 GDP will be 6.9 percent, but the data will be met with skepticism.
China will continue to command the markets' attention this week, with key economic data due this week.
Russia's Economy Ministry has changed its 2016 forecast to predict economic contraction, a draft document showed on Friday.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera explains how local financial crises expand globally.
Chip Dickson, Discern Investment Analytics director of research tells CNBC's Rick Santelli why job growth isn't leading to better productivity and GDP growth
The infrastructure spending helped create 13 million new jobs, the top economic planning agency said.
Tech companies could soon rebound from the dip that China’s markets caused them as earnings season approaches, experts said.
Here’s the only chart you need to explain the New Year’s dive in markets. An the Fed doesn't seem to get it, says Dan Alpert.
China's economic expansion may be far less than official estimates of 6.8 percent and could be closer to 2.4 percent, according to a new report.
Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman, talks about the Fed's accommodative policy and the link between the fed funds rate and what banks pay their depositors. Also Fischer discusses whether the Fed will be able to get inflation back to two percent.
We have to act on incoming events and we don't know now how many there will be, says Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman, sharing his view on raising interest rates this year.
CNBC's Steve Liesman talks with Stanley Fischer, Federal Reserve vice chairman about rumors of North Korea testing a hydrogen bomb, uncertainty in China and the Fed's rate hike in December.
China's stock market drop send jitters around the globe. Here's why investors should be very worried about the country's future, says Steven Kopits.
Singapore grew a surprise 5.7 percent on-quarter on an annualized basis in the final three months of 2015, but a more tepid 2.1 percent for 2015.