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Fears China's debt mountain will turn into an avalanche have hit the headlines recently, but there are signs at least some of the risk is easing.
Beijing is likely to focus on China's overcapacity which is still a huge problem, says Willie Chan, Asia Regional Strategist at Kim Eng Securities.
After months of market volatility, China's top securities regulator finally got the boot over the weekend, leaving many to wonder what took so long.
The market is reacting positively to the new CSRC head but the policy reforms remain to be seen, says Zal Devitre from Citibank Singapore.
China has removed Xiao Gang, the head of its securities regulator, from his post, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Saturday.
Wong Kok Hoi from APS Asset Management says PBOC's recent easing moves are an attempt to boost investors' confidence.
Is deflation still a real risk for China? GAM Fund Manager, Jian Shi Cortesi weighs in, following the country’s latest CPI data.
Amid worries about China, capital controls could help steady the situation, but only in the near term, explains Zhu Haibin of JPMorgan.
The yuan is likely to gradually depreciate rather than undergo a massive one-off devaluation, says Fidelity International's Medha Samant.
China's loan book has increased at an unprecedented rate so more non-performing loans are to be expected, says John Mauldin from Mauldin Economics.
Former Dallas Fed president, Rob McTeer, discusses how the slowdown in the Chinese economy may affect how the Fed moves forward with their policies.
TD Securities' Annette Beacher says it's not clear whether PBOC intervention or natural market forces are driving the yuan.
Dr. Derek Scissors of AEI and China Beige Book International talks about the state of China's economy and how its financial system affects global currencies and markets.
China should let its currency appreciate to support the country's transition to a consumer-driven economy, analysts tell CNBC.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the markets including oil, the rally in Chinese markets, and European banks.
Asia traded broadly higher on Tuesday, extending Monday's rally, but experts were not convinced it was the end of the volatility.
The euro and yen weakened Monday after a warning on volatile currency markets and huge gains from China's yuan helped settle financial nerves.
Stewart Paterson, portfolio manager at Tiburon Partners, says the yuan currency could be devalued by another 35 percent.
Japanese shares surged, after last week's sharp sell-off, despite weak Q4 GDP. But Chinese stocks lost ground after its markets re-opened from a week-long holiday.
Tiburon Partners' Stewart Paterson, explains why China’s public could be losing faith in their own Yuan currency.