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Thomas DeMark, CEO of DeMark Analytics, says Chinese stocks could regain a portion of their losses, but not before the Shanghai Composite hits a low near 3200.
Mark Grant, Southwest Securities, says devaluation of the yuan and Chinese market manipulation are signs of concern in China. Also Grant provides his call on oil.
Volatility in China's stock market is inevitable following recent government intervention, says independent analyst Fraser Howie.
Roger Xie, China equity strategist at HSBC, says the airline, property, retail and insurance sectors will likely underperform amid a sharp depreciation in the yuan.
Soren Aandahl, director of research at Glaucus Research Group, says the recent correction in China's A-shares offer opportunities for investors to go long.
Charles Blankley, CIO of Gemmer Asset Management, prefers H-shares because of a "significant valuation advantage" and the fact that China's A-shares are being "held hostage to news headlines".
The suspension of initial public offerings (IPOs) in China will tend to result in more listings in Hong Kong, says Jackson Wong, associate director at United Simsen Securities.
China has stepped up its short-selling crackdown with new rules that prevent traders borrowing and repaying stocks within a day.
Jing Ulrich, JPMorgan Chase, discusses China's turbulent summer as the central government tries to stabilize the market amid weak economic data.
Stephen Roach, Yale senior fellow, shares his thoughts on the Chinese government's plans to prop up its equities.
Eddie Tam, the CEO of Central Asset Investments, says he hopes the Chinese government will learn to use market intervention sparingly.
The play on equities amid a steep selloff in China, with "Shark Tank" investor Kevin O'Leary.
Ruchir Sharma, Morgan Stanley Investment Management, breaks down the selloff in China's market.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports how a Chinese investor lost all of his savings to Chinese markets.
On Monday, the Shanghai Composite had its biggest one-day drop since Feb 2007, yet Douglas Morton, head of Asia research at Aviate Global, explains why the moves aren't that extraordinary.
Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter editor, shares his views on China's sell-off, and the outlook on U.S. markets. We're closer to a top than a bottom, says Gartman.
Leland Miller, China Beige Book president, weighs in on why the Chinese economy is actually stronger than consensus opinion, and detached from China's stock market.
Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, and Brian Levitt, OppenheimerFunds, discuss the sell-off in Chinese stocks.
Shanghai shares dropped more than 8% on soft economic data, reports CNBC's Sri Jegarajah.
Madelaine Ollivier, luxury analyst for Wealth-X, discusses China's luxury consumers.