Ctrip Chairman and CEO James Liang talks about Beijing's push to promote tourism and how it benefits China's tourist-related sectors and spending.
Take a look at some of Thursday's early movers: YHOO, M, RAD, CTRP, WMT, JBL
U.S. stocks traded mostly higher, helped by gains in oil prices, with the Dow and S&P about 1 percent below their 52-week intraday highs.
Tuesday's rally appears to be tied to the battle over whether China's two mainland stock exchanges should be included in the world's biggest indexes.
CLSA gave clients its top stock ideas for the next decade.
Why the emerging nations are attractive
Shares of several U.S.-listed Chinese e-commerce firms rose after Alibaba Group's earnings showed continued strength in Chinese consumer spending.
Hedge funds had their worst quarterly stock picking performance since the financial crisis, according to data from Morgan Stanley.
Discussing the trade around earnings, with Kevin Norris, Univest Wealth Management President, and Noah Blackstein, Dynamic Funds VP & portfolio manager.
The first quarter roller-coaster ride has finished its round trip and markets are heading into the historically dull second quarter. Here's how to trade it.
While earnings season was underwhelming, the few companies left to report are seeing heavy upward revisions activity. Estimize reports.
Baidu reported a 33 percent increase in quarterly revenue as more advertising money flowed into its core search engine business.
Shares of China ETFs are getting hit hard after a broad sell-off in Chinese markets.
For years, the technology sector has been on a tear. But this year, it's fallen on hard times. Here's how to play a rebound.
Using Kensho, a quant tool used by hedge funds, CNBC Pro searched for the stocks that move the most on China market volatility.
The Chinese economy may be slowing but that's not stopping a record number of tourists from traveling over Lunar New Year.
Believe it or not, these big Chinese companies like Alibaba, the biggest e-commerce retailer by far, have not been represented in global indices.
Adding U.S.-listed Chinese companies to its key emerging markets index is not a gateway for A-share inclusion, MSCI has warned.
Alibaba, Baidu and 12 other U.S.-listed Chinese companies will be added to MSCI's $3.5 trillion market-cap emerging markets index, MSCI said.
Despite the three U.S. Web giants failing to crack China, Priceline seems to be succeeding. Thus far, anyway.