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China's auto industry has hit a soft patch, but there may be a bright spot.
Some of the world's largest automobile companies unveiled flagship electric vehicles at the Shanghai Auto Show this week.
European markets edged higher Wednesday, as first quarter earnings news continued.
China's stock markets have been on a tear so far this year, amid optimism about a possible trade deal with the U.S. and hopes that the economy may be bottoming out.
Investors have been watching the health of the Chinese economy amid Beijing's ongoing trade dispute with Washington.
"I think most of the gains for this year in Chinese as well as Asian equity markets are already behind us," said Mixo Das, Asia equity strategist at J.P. Morgan.
European stocks closed higher on Tuesday, as investors monitored a fresh batch of corporate earnings and supportive economic data.
China's approval process for biotech crops is beset by regulatory hurdles and delays that have cost U.S. companies billions of dollars and added to challenges for American farmers.
China's economy increasingly appears set to avoid a dreaded "hard landing" and that could help push the country's stock markets higher the rest of this year, an investment strategist said.
Brazil, Russia, India and China were supposed to reshape the economy in the early 2000s. But that all changed after the financial crisis.
China's exports for the month of March came in much higher than expected, while its imports came in much lower than expected, according to customs data released on Friday.
University of Pennsylvania professor Jeremy Siegel says President Trump's impact on the stock market and economy has been positive overall.
China's March consumer inflation rose to a five-month high due to rising food prices, data from the country's National Bureau of Statistics released Thursday showed.
The International Monetary Fund said China is projected to grow by 6.3 percent this year, higher than the previous forecast of 6.2 percent.
A lot of market commentary sees tariffs as temporary events. But there are indications that we may be in for a longer battle.
Jim O'Neill, former chief economist of Goldman Sachs, says the rise of the Chinese consumer will have a huge impact on the global economy as a whole.