"That will present, I think, an opportunity for shares to re-evaluate the China threat, big time," the former Morgan Stanley Asia chairman told CNBC.» Read More
Currency wars are one reason Michael Farr thinks the Fed will either defer the first rate hike to next year or do one small move and then pause.
The U.S. economy is being pulled in opposite directions by two factors, Pimco's Joachim Fels said.
A stimulus from the Chinese government, even if effective, may not buffer big tech companies like Apple and Cisco from a slowdown in China sales.
Germany is taking recent market volatility “very seriously,” but a finance ministry official told CNBC there was no reason to panic.
Australia experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes.
While campaigning for a fourth term, Canada's Prime Minister seems reluctant to admit oil's toll on his country's economy.
Active fund managers took a beating in the last few years but history shows now is a good time to get active again, says this investment chief.
The slowdown in China's economy will have a wide impact on U.S. regions, with West Coast states more heavily reliant on Chinese exports.
Today's selloff is completely normal so panicking would be premature, says Ron Insana.
The New York Stock Exchange invoked the largely unknown Rule 48 four times in the past week. Here's what the market usually does in response.
Gambling revenue in Macau dropped 35.5 percent in August from a year earlier, sliding for a fifteenth month in a row and providing more evidence of a deepening downturn.
Here's what Congress and the president need to do to get the economy pumping and create jobs, says former Office Depot and Auto Zone CEO Steve Odland.
Global economic growth is likely to be weaker than earlier expected, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday.
Unemployment across the euro zone fell in July to its lowest level in 3 years.
Euro zone manufacturing growth eased last month, despite factories barely raising prices, adding to the European Central Bank's woes as it battles to spur expansion and inflation.
European stock markets ended sharply lower on Tuesday after new data from China exacerbated concerns about the outlook for the world's second biggest economy.
Despite a big drop in China's market, here's why Chinese stocks are still not a buy, says wealth manager Michael Yoshikami.
India's economic growth slowed to 7 percent in the three months through June from 7.5 percent in the previous quarter, data showed on Monday.
Euro zone annual inflation came in at 0.2 percent in August on Monday, marking a stable reading for the second month in a row.
China announced a slew of confessions after investigations into recent stock market gyrations, including from a detained reporter.