Analysts say the company has a proven track record of dealing with Chinese regulatory authorities and will likely get approval for its games eventually. » Read More
By: Kelly Olsen
A controversial Hong Kong politician who advocates independence called for the U.S. to open a new front in its trade war with China. Analysts say it is unlikely to happen — even accounting for Trump's willingness to break longstanding norms. » Read More
A Chinese delegation will travel to the United States for trade talks in late August, China's Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday. » Read More
Geoff Dennis, UBS head of emerging market equity strategy, and Richard Kang, former Emerging Global Advisors CIO, discuss their outlook for Chinese stocks as the Chinese economy slows. » Read More
Peter Boockvar, Bleakley Advisory Group chief investment officer, and Bricklin Dwyer, BNP Paribas senior economist and head of IHC scenario development, discuss the potential impact of a China slowdown on global markets and economies.
Rob Sanderson, MKM Partners managing director, discusses the drop in Chinese internet stocks like Tencent and Alibaba.
Paul Richards, Medley Global Advisors president, discusses what's driving the market sell-off on Wednesday.
Wall Street veteran Byron Wien says he's undeterred by Wednesday's stock market tumble.
The escalating trade war with China is leading U.S. retailers to speed up the import of goods from Asia's largest economy to avoid new tariffs and ensure they have adequate supplies for the winter holidays.
The firm's shares closed at 16.30 Hong Kong dollars, below the 17.00 Hong Kong dollar price its stock had when it went public in July.
Emmanuel Hauptmann, partner and senior systematic equity fund manager at RAM Active Investments, speaks about investing in emerging markets.
Emerging markets and banks are among the biggest casualties in the recent decline of the Turkish lira, but there will be some winners in the economic crisis as well.
Jeff Powell of Polaris Greystone Financial Group says there's already some positive developments happening including the U.S. and China talking about trade deals again.
There's still a lot of upside for Chinese tech giants Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent — known as the BAT stocks — because investors see them as a safe bet, a research analyst told CNBC on Wednesday.
Y Combinator President Sam Altman said China had been "an important missing piece of our puzzle."
Ucommune founder Mao Daqing says the company is primarily considering listing in Hong Kong but is open to other locations such as the United States.
Stocks still rank low on the popularity list for Chinese investors, while private funds are playing a larger role in the country's asset management market — which many predict will soon become the world's second largest.
The club will reportedly include North Korea, the United States, China, Japan, Russia, Mongolia and South Korea, according to Yonhap News.
As Sino-American trade tensions escalate, Beijing could use Chinese cybersecurity standards as a weapon against Washington's tariffs.
Hiking interest rates won't halt the lira's slide, says Steve Hanke, who in past helped stabilize currencies in Argentina and Bulgaria.