China shares have surged this year, but with active fund managers still underexposed to the market, the rally isn't over, Goldman Sachs said.» Read More
With disappointing economic data chasing China into the new year, HSBC is cutting its growth forecasts, citing five key themes for the economy.
Mark Konyn, CEO at Cathay Conning Asset Management, says there is strong momentum for Chinese stocks going into 2015 on expectations of easing measures.
Stephen Davies, CEO at Javelin Wealth Management, explains why these three countries will be the biggest beneficiaries of lower oil prices.
Doug Gordon, Senior Investment Strategist at Russell Investments, explains why investors brushed off lower oil prices in Tuesday's U.S trading session.
Larry Hu, Head of China Economics at Macquarie, expects more stimulus next year on expectations of slower growth in the first quarter of 2015.
Erwin Sanft, MD & Head of China and Hong Kong Equity Research, questions why China's economy is still struggling after eight months of easy money policies.
Following news that Beijing issued draft rules for insuring bank deposits, Alaistair Chan, Economist at Moody's Analytics, says the move is in line with China's recent easing measures.
Julian Evans-Pritchard, China Economist at Capital Economics, explains the timing behind the People's Bank of China's interest rate cut.
Jonathan Garner. MD and Chief Asia & Emerging Market Equity Strategist at Morgan Stanley, is cautiously optimistic that monetary easing in Japan and China will boost Asian growth next year.
Tai Hui, Chief Market Strategist, Asia at JP Morgan, says the divergence of global monetary policy on expectations of a Fed rate hike will be the key theme next year.
Sean Darby, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Jefferies, explains how the crash in commodity prices is impacting central bank policy in Asia.
China has revealed its floor for economic growth is 7 percent after unexpectedly cutting interest rates, the former chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia says.
Forget those fears about China's holdings of U.S. Treasurys. Now, some managers are pointing to buying China's government bonds as the next big play.
China's economic risks may keep market watchers up at night, but at least one analyst believes the bugbears are reasons to be bullish.
China is set to unveil key legal reforms, in a step closely watched by companies hoping for a more impartial legal system.
The PBOC plans to inject about $32.66 billion of loans into select listed banks to keep liquidity ample and support the economy, sources told Reuters.
New plans to clean up China's long-feared local government debt will bring near-term pain, but a longer-term fix may be in sight, analysts say.
Michael Kurtz, Global Head of Equity Strategy at Nomura, discusses reports that the People's Bank of China injected liquidity into the country's top five banks.
After a slew of bad data across the globe, the market may need to rejig its expectations for the end of easy monetary policy, some analysts said.
China's sharp credit growth slowdown in July may signal rising default risks in some parts of the economy, analysts said.