The Shanghai Composite is seeing its best two-day gain in seven years after some intense selling, but despite volatility and uncertainty, Fidelity Investments remains confident in that market. Bobby Bao, Fidelity's China Region Fund, shares his take.
Investment strategist Andy Rothman, Matthews Asia, helps make sense of the latest market action in China as all three major Chinese indexes rebound
New York Times Jim Stewart joins the Squawk on the Street team to discuss China markets and the latest market action.
Dickie Wong, executive director at Kingston Securities, says the single-digit forward P/E on the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index indicates it is time to buy in.
China bears are everywhere, but this market correction could be a buying opportunity for smart investors, says Katie Stockton of BTIG
David Riedel, Riedel Research president and China investor, discusses his bet on China and where to find opportunity.
Minggao Shen, Greater China chief economist at Citi and Michael Spencer, chief economist & head of Research, APAC at Deutsche Bank, debate whether Beijing's support measures are having an effect on the stock market.
David Wessel, Brookings Institute, spoke with Treasury Secretary Jack Lew about how worried U.S. investors should be of the escalating situation in China. Wessel provides insight with the Squawk on the Street team.
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.