Discussing if China shows buying opportunity or should investors brace for another bubble with Russ Koesterich, BlackRock Global chief investment strategist.
The selloff in China continues despite government attempts to stabilize markets and restore confidence. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the latest developments.
Insight to heavy selling in China's market, and the emergency measures to stop the selloff, with CNBC's Susan Li.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports China authorities rolled out emergency measures to stop the market selloff.
Charlie Awdry, investment manager for Henderson, discusses the Chinese equity market.
Catherine Yeung, investment director of Fidelity Worldwide Investment, says headwinds offshore and the speculative nature of China's rally are deterring foreign investors, but this trend will likely change soon.
As Greece news worries the world, China's stock market bubble could become an even bigger issue, Insana says.
Puru Saxena, CEO of Puru Saxena Wealth Management, says the bull run in the Shanghai Composite index could continue for another 12-18 months.
The liberalization of Chinese derivatives markets has attracted a new breed of creative traders employing complex trading strategies.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on why the Shanghai composite index has had such a bumpy May and whether new rules on margin lending will ease concerns of a bubble.
As U.S. fund managers increasingly look overseas to beat tepid growth at home, the rally in Chinese stocks is attractive.
Instead of valuations, the possibility of further rate cuts will continue to fuel the rally in Chinese markets, says Herald Van Der Linde, head of Asia Equity Strategy at HSBC.
As growth is slowing in China, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera explains why the country cut rates.
With margin trading volumes down in recent weeks, Chinese stocks are entering a volatile consolidation period, says Hao Hong, managing director of research & chief strategist at Bank of Communications International.
The opening of Shanghai Disneyland gives significant upside potential to Disney as the company enters the lucrative Chinese market.
Richard Titherington, CIO for emerging markets at JPMorgan Asset Management, explains what is driving investors into Chinese equities.
Vivek Vaidya, vice president of Automotive at Frost & Sullivan, says"discarded brands" like the Ford Taurus can do well in China. He adds that the mainland is also on the lookout for new technology such as greener cars.
Peter Alexander, managing director of Z-Ben Advisors, discusses whether the rally in Hong Kong is structural or stimulus-driven and adds that the upswing still has "steam behind it."
The Shanghai markets are in the midst of a speculative bubble, said Simon Male, Auerbach Grayson head of Asian equities.
Russia, Australia and the Netherlands became the latest three countries to say they plan to join the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.