CNBC's Dominic Chu reports that according to Dow Jones, the U.S. and China are planning a way to resolve the trade dispute between the two countries, including a high-level meeting in November. » Read More
By: Thomas Franck
The U.S. stock market is well on its way to better-than-average gains this year, but a quick glance at overseas markets reveals a more sobering story. » Read More
Rick Helfenbein, American Apparel and Footwear Association president and CEO, discusses the state of the retail sector as companies report good quarterly earnings. » Read More
By: Bob Pisani
The Shanghai exchange is down 25 percent from the late January high, but that doesn't mean there has been a dramatic deterioration in the Chinese economy. » Read More
China’s economy is still one of the fastest growing in the world, contrary to White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow’s assertion that its economy looks “terrible.”
U.S.-China trade talks in August will likely be centered on the Chinese yuan, which has fallen almost 6 percent against the greenback so far this year.
Amid the turmoil in global markets caused by a sharp decline in the Turkish currency, investors are carefully watching the links between the embattled economy and Asia Pacific countries.
Chinese robotics firms have gained market share domestically, but it they want to compete globally, "there is work to be done," says an analyst from McKinsey & Company.
At an internal meeting on Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that Google was "not close" to launching a search product in China.
Tim Seymour, Seymour Asset Management CIO and “Fast Money” trader, and Jonathan Brodsky, Cedar Street Asset Management founder, discuss the market and economic risks from a potential slowdown in China.
Chinese regulators said this week that rainbow trout can be sold as salmon, according to new standards set by a government-affiliated fish association and 13 commercial fisheries, The New York Times reports.
In the letter, which was obtained by The New York Times, employees wrote that the project and Google's apparent willingness to abide by China's censorship requirements "raise urgent moral and ethical issues."
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on China and the U.S. resuming trade talks, which prompted the market to rally on Thursday.
White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow discusses how the U.S. economy is performing in comparison to China during a Cabinet meeting at the White House on Thursday.
The longtime bull who recently turned cautious says China is the main driver for the stock market.
A medication used to treat hypothyroidism has been voluntarily recalled due to quality concerns, although there have been no "adverse events" associated with the recalled products, USA Today reports.
AlphaOne Capital’s Daniel Niles believes there’s a high probability China tariffs will hurt iPhone growth.
Tencent's shares have fallen over 30 percent since they hit an all-time high in January, because of issues with its core gaming business.
Cees 't Hart speaks about the Danish brewer's latest earnings release and its Russia business.
Danish brewer Carlsberg raised its full year profit outlook on Thursday after second-quarter sales beat forecasts on growing demand for its expensive beers in China and strong sales in Russia during the World Cup.