While energy prices could see some consolidation around $60 a barrel, markets remain firmly on a downtrend, says Daryl Guppy, CEO of Guppytraders.com.» Read More
Derek Scissors, AEI resident scholar, weighs in on what's driving the Chinese markets. This rally is not connected to reality, say Scissors.
Derek Scissors, AEI resident scholar, weighs in on how lower oil prices will likely help the Chinese economy.
Dickie Wong, Executive Director of Kingston Securities, discusses the market debut of CGN Power in Hong Kong Wednesday.
Alain Bokobza, Head of Global Asset Allocation at Societe Generale, explains his optimism for Chinese equities in 2015.
Frank Holmes, CEO & CIO at U.S. Global Investors, says China's A-shares are "going through a healthy correction" after a parabolic move for the past few months.
Conrad Saldanha, Portfolio Manager, Emerging Markets Equities at Neuberger Berman, outlines the factors that will continue to fan volatility in the mainland's financial market.
With Shanghai having its worst day in 5 years, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses what's behind the sharp decline in Asian stocks.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports a fall in oil prices and profit-taking sent Asian stocks sharply lower.
Stephen Sheung, Head of Investment Strategy at SHK Private, expects double-digit upside in A-shares and Hong Kong-listed Chinese equities.
Viktor Shvets, Head of Strategy Research for Asia at Macquarie, discusses warnings from Bill Gross on the impact of debt raised by global central banks.
Sani Hamid, Director of Wealth Management, Economy & Market at Financial Alliance, compares China's central bank to the European Central Bank.
Jonathan Lowe, Fund Manager at J.P. Morgan Multi-Income Fund, explains why the developed European stocks make up 15 percent of the fund's equity portfolio.
FMHR trader Josh Brown dissects the almost 30 percent move higher in the Shanghai Composite this year.
Timothy Moe, MD, Asia-Pacific Investment Research at Goldman Sachs, outlines his expectations for the landmark trading scheme between Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Fanfare surrounding the Hong Kong-Shanghai stock connect allowing cross-trading between the two exchanges has faded, with investors staying away in droves.
The mutual market access program of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Exchanges will allow greater access to Chinese stocks, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
A look at how Europe is reacting to news of Japan's recession, with CNBC's Seema Mody
Paul Krake, Founder of View from the Peak: Macro Strategies, says the Stock Connect program will open up China's capital account and lead to more structural reforms.
Western retail investors will likely have access to individual Chinese stocks when a new market-to-market link launches.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on Alibaba's influence on Chinese culture. Also Yoon takes a look at the latest developments in the Glaxo bribery case in China.