Peter Thal Larsen, Asia editor at Reuters Breakingviews, discusses China's debt level and highlights that as most of the debt is held domestically, it is easier for the authorities to sort it out.» Read More
Go after the American parent company instead, he says. Right now it’s the best way to play Macau.
Asian economic growth is becoming increasingly driven by international consumers and this will eventually make the Asian market much more profitable than the West, according to Puru Saxena from Puru Saxena Wealth Management.
Young foreigners are coming to China to look for work in its unfamiliar but less bleak economy, driven by the worst job markets in decades in the United States, Europe and some Asian countries.
The trend for stocks continues to point up and could stay that way through the end of September, even if there are some choppy days.
The International Monetary Fund's executive board on Friday was discussing selling some of the fund's gold to provide low-interest loans to poor countries and shore up its internal finances.
The Chinese obsession with American chicken feet could actually prevent a trade war.
While many investors have their attention on Google, it isn't the only technology growth story out there. Believe it or not, there is a market that Google does not dominate: C-H-I-N-A!
Even as China overtakes the US in the dubious category of “world’s leading greenhouse gas producer” it is also taking the lead in developing the technologies and policies to solve the problem well ahead of the US - - and sell those solutions to us at massive profits which could have been ours.
The stock market took a rest Thursday, signaling traders that it may be getting ready to shake off some recent gains.
Karen Finerman sat down with Teamsters president James Hoffa and asked the union chief some pretty candid questions. What's his number one priority? Find out now!
The economic recovery may be sharper than many forecasters, including the International Monetary Fund, have predicted, precisely because the recession was so deep, Michael Mussa, senior fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics, told CNBC.com.
As US stocks continue to push higher, some investors are increasingly concerned that the market is becoming over-extended. But one analyst told CNBC that he expects the S&P 500 to tack on nearly 200 points by March.
Rising stock prices are acting as a powerful magnet, prying loose fresh cash and drawing it into a market that's 58 percent above its March lows.
Wall Street's bulls are convinced there is enough good news to graze on for a while longer.
The action in these stocks shows that nary a shot’s been fired.
Sometimes it's the forward looking announcements that accompany earnings reports that are the more important item.
Stock and options trading turned bullish on Focus Media yesterday as investors bet that the Chinese company will rally by this fall.
Oversight of the financial system is going to be much more rigorous and will include steps such as higher capital requirements for large institutions, which are so deeply interconnected that the failure of one could bring about a failure of the entire financial system, President Barack Obama told CNBC Monday.
The Street is awash with chatter about a potential trade war following a White House tariff on tires imported from China.
Shares of menswear manufacturer Dayang Trands soar in Shanghai after a state-run Chinese newspaper relays Warren Buffett's enthusiastic praise of the company and its business suits.